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|Mary Musgrove to Charles Musgrove
Written by Robbin
(10/5/2011 9:24 a.m.)
in consequence of the missive, Persuasion Tweet: Mary Musgrove, penned by Cheryl
Mary Musgrove to Charles Musgrove, between 7:05 am and 1:21 PM, on the morning of Anne’s arrival.
Mary Musgrove: I was never so ill in my life as I am this morning.
Mary Musgrove: I am very unfit to be left alone, I am sure!
Mary Musgrove: Shooting! To be without u is 2 cruel!
Mary Musgrove: U will not be long?
Mary Musgrove: Suppose I were to be seized of a sudden in some dreadful way and not able to ring the bell!
Mary Musgrove: Anne still a no show! No consideration for me.
Mary Musgrove: Your sisters have not come. No matter, I do not want them.
Mary Musgrove: I am too ill to leave the sofa.
Mary Musgrove: O the noise! The boys do me more harm than good.
Mary Musgrove: I have not seen a creature all morning.
Mary Musgrove: I am making the best of it. I always do.
Mary Musgrove: Charles, I think I am dying. Where r u?
Mary Musgrove: I hear a carriage! Anne has come at last.
Mary Musgrove: It is only right u come home. U know what is due my sister.
Mary Musgrove: Pork! The ham is delicious!
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