Letter to Fitzwilliam Cartwright

Bath, August 19th, 1763
My dearest Nephew,
it is very long since you wrote to your old aunt and I am quite impatient to see you again. Nevertheless I am not angry with you, nor will I scold you as I should. Therefore I will come to Leyland and visit you. But more important for your dearest aunt is meeting your wife, whom you have shamelessly held back. You should have come to town to introduce her or invited your relations to your wedding. But you have not. I demand explanations young man, as I am your most affectionate aunt,

Susan Cartwright

PS: It happens to be in my power to bring with me your cousin Frank. He is as impatient as myself.


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