Autograph letter signed : Torquay, to Theodosia Garrow, [1838 Dec.].


Autograph letter signed : Torquay, to Theodosia Garrow, [1838 Dec.].

Telling her she has just received a parcel from Mr. [John] Kenyon; sending her an "accompanying volume" at Mr. Kenyon's request; thanking her for the flowers she sent; remarking that she is sorry to have missed her on her last visit; hoping she will see Miss Garrow and her sister soon.

1 item (2 p.) ; 11.1 cm.


SNAC Resource ID: 7219068

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