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Letter No. 42

To GDC at Garroulds. Postmarked - Bungay - August 16th 1871

My dear George
I received your kind letter last Thursday week, for which I thank you very much. I was so pleased to hear from you. I had a letter from Mamma last Sunday week, she told me Father, Anna, Kate, Polly, Laura and herself were going to Lowestoft on the following Monday, I expect there were a great many people there. Aunt Hannah Draper and cousin Rosa Roe have been staying in Lowestoft, they were thinking of going when I was staying at Aunt's. Mr. Hartcup very kindly asked all Miss Woolnough's young ladies to walk in his garden, which is a very nice one indeed; there are some very large and beautiful trees in it, we had cake, and wine, and we enjoyed ourselves very much. I expect Father has begun harvest by this time, we have had some beautiful weather which has ripened the corn very much I should think.
Now dear George, I must conclude; with much love and trusting you are well.
Believe me
Your loving sister

Broad Street House,
August 16th 1871

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