The Mary Hamilton Papers : Letter from Eva Maria Garrick to John Dickenson and Mary Hamilton

Garrick (née Veigel), Eva Maria

The Mary Hamilton Papers

<p style='text-align: justify;'>Letter from Eva Maria Garrick to John Dickenson and Mary Hamilton. She expresses her high regard for them and conveys general news. Garrick writes that she lives 'so much out of the world' that she is sure the Dickensons can better inform her as to what is happening in London than she can herself. She notes that the weather has destroyed her fruit and that she hopes summer will come by Christmas so she can wear her new muslin gowns before they go out of fashion.</p><p style='text-align: justify;'>Dated at the Adelphi [London].</p>

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