<p style='text-align: justify;'>Letter from John Farhill to Mary Hamilton. At the top of the sheet is a note written by Hamilton stating that Farhill had sent her a 'present of a Tunbridge Box for water colours' and in the letter he notes that perhaps at some future date, he will be able to 'recall to your remembrance scenes which have lately passed [presumably with her water colours]'.</p><p style='text-align: justify;'>In his light-hearted letter, Farhill writes that he and Hamilton are similar noting that he is 'sought for by all who pretend to Taste, and like you, I am loved by all who possess it'.</p>
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