<p style='text-align: justify;'>Letter from Mary Glover to Mary Hamilton, concerning Hamilton’s marriage and an intended visit by Hamilton to Sunning Hill. The letter also relates to Hamilton’s friend Anna Maria [Clarke] whom Glover is anxious about as she seems to be ill. Clarke had told Glover that Mr Jackson talks of ‘finishing their affairs’ and if this is the case then Glover will not see her as soon as she hoped. Glover asks Hamilton to write to Mr Jackson as this might ‘have some effect upon him, I am very well convince[e]d that if he goes on haranguing her (for I can call it nothing else) it will very materially injure her health’. Glover apologies for the liberty she has taken but she is very anxious for Anna Maria.</p><p style='text-align: justify;'>Original reference No. 10.</p>
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