Autograph letter signed from Jane (Guise) Barrington, Mongewell, to Mrs. Garrick [manuscript], [1789] July 21.

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Barrington, Jane, d. 1807,. Autograph letter signed from Jane (Guise) Barrington, Mongewell, to Mrs. Garrick [manuscript], [1789] July 21.

Autograph letter signed from Jane (Guise) Barrington, Mongewell, to Mrs. Garrick [manuscript], [1789] July 21.

Returns Madame Piozzi's book (Observations and reflections made in the course of a journey, through France, Italy and Germany (London, 1789?)), which Mrs. Kennicott read to her while she was spinning. Is leaving for Gloucestershire with Mrs. Kennicott and then to meet the bishop at Salisbury. Urges her to come to Salisbury when she visits Mrs. Montagu.

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