The Mary Hamilton Papers : Letter from Anna Maria Clarke to John Dickenson

Clarke, Anna Maria

The Mary Hamilton Papers

<p style='text-align: justify;'>Letter from Anna Maria Clarke to John Dickenson, relating to his daughter Lady Louisa Anson. Clarke is concerned that she has not heard from Anson for some time and makes enquiries on her health. She continues her letter with general news of how she passes her time and on acquaintances. She notes that music occupies much of her time at home as she is not able to exercise as much as she once did. She also writes that she received an invitation from a friend to spend the spring with them in Chelsea, which would have given her an opportunity to visit, but the exertion necessary to travel was too much for her so she turned the invitation down. Clarke's letter continues on the subject of music and with news of acquaintances.</p>

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