Autograph letter signed from Hannah More, Cowslip Green, to Mrs. Garrick [manuscript], 1789 June 29.

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More, Hannah, 1745-1833,. Autograph letter signed from Hannah More, Cowslip Green, to Mrs. Garrick [manuscript], 1789 June 29.

Autograph letter signed from Hannah More, Cowslip Green, to Mrs. Garrick [manuscript], 1789 June 29.

Gives her impressions of Madame Piozzi's work, which Mrs. Garrick had sent, [Observations and reflections made in the course of a journey through France, Italy and Germany?]. Mentions a book written under the name of Dr. Taylor but probably by their poor friend Johnson [Sermons on different subjects [Attrib. to Dr. Johnson] ... 1788, 1789].

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