<p style='text-align: justify;'>Letter from Louisa Murray, Lady Stormont, to Mary Hamilton. She discusses John Dickenson's health and hopes that he will find Bath beneficial for it. She expects that Hamilton will be 'confined' [during her later stage of pregnancy] in the 'New Buildings w[hi]ch are very pleasant' and is impatient to hear when she will be confined. The letter continues with news of family and friends, including a Mrs Hatton has had a daughter and is as well as can be expected (see HAM/1/18/151), Mrs King and Lady Cathcart.</p>
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