<p style='text-align: justify;'>Letter from Mrs Jane Holman née Hamilton to Mary Hamilton, relating to family matters. She is still unsure whether she will travel to Dublin to be with her husband. He has told her that he needs to clarify some matters before he extends his engagement at the theatre there, and that he needs to speak to Frederick Jones regarding this. Jane Holman notes that Jones is still in London and that she has spoken to him about her husband, and that neither she nor he has any idea what clarification Mr Holman is alluding to, as Jones is happy for him to continue his engagement. Mrs Stratford is to return to Ireland in July and Jane Holman pities her, as her family is suffering economically in their West India property.</p><p style='text-align: justify;'>Dated at 35 Aldgate High Street [London].</p>
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