<p style='text-align: justify;'>Letter from Lady Frances Harpur to Mary Hamilton. The letter relates to general news of Harpur's family including a dispute between her brother, Lord Warwick and Lady Mansfield. Harpur writes that Lady Mansfield had called on her and stayed with her for some time. That she was very 'displeased' with Harpur's brother, Lord Warwick and his family and accused Harpur of 'transferring all [...] [her] affection to them' rather than her. During the visit, Lord Warwick also called on her and being told that Lady Mansfield was with her, declined to sit with his sister and her visitor and went into the Dining room.</p><p style='text-align: justify;'>Dated at Great Cumberland Street.</p>
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