The Mary Hamilton Papers : Note from Lady Frances Harpur (née Greville) to John Dickenson

Harpur (née Greville), Frances Elizabeth

The Mary Hamilton Papers

<p style='text-align: justify;'>Note from Lady Frances Harpur to John Dickenson. The letter is concerned with general family news and with Dickenson's health. Harpur's nephew, Lady Warwick's son, is now attending Winchester School and she hopes that the risks to his health are no greater there than in other schools [Harpur had previously suggested that the boys at Winchester frequently suffered from fevers (see HAM/1/16/39)]. She is sorry to hear that Dickenson has had a return of ill health and suggests Rundell's remedy of taking two raw eggs.</p><p style='text-align: justify;'>Dated at Upper Grosvenor Street.</p>

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