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|'Tis very unwise, I know (-;
Written by Rebecca Mog
(3/6/2003 9:34 p.m.)
in consequence of the missive, M.T. Chawton already!, penned by Caroline
] Chawton - marriage prospects over. No money, and Frank, who had been housing them is heading back out to sea. So Edward offers Mrs A the choice of a fairly respectable house on the Godmersham estate, or a rather scruffy old former Inn/gatekeeper's house next to the duckpond in Chawton.
to take any of JA's writing strictly at face value; however, I found these two comments of hers from the Letters interesting.... (and I'm probably missing something, but...):
1) In a letter written 24/25 October, 1808, to Cassandra:
2) Written to Cassandra, 9 December, 1808:
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