On a similar note...
Posted by May on May 10, 1998 at 23:11:22:
In response to Jack and Alice - some favourites, written by Kate on May 10, 1998 at 19:58:45
Lady Williams refraining to remind Alice of their dispute, but kept bring the up the subject.
Lady Williams' persuasion on Lucy going to Bath, "...I shall be miserable without you--t'will be a most pleasant tour to you--I hope you'll go; if you do I am sure t'will be the Death of me..." And her letter to Lucy, "It will, to be sure, be a great expence to me, to have you always with me--I shall not be able to support it--but what is that in comparison with the happiness I shall enjoy in your society?--'twill ruin me I know--you will not therefore surely, withstand these arguments, or rufuse to return to yours most affectionately..."
- Lady Williams Cheryl 14:33:59 5/11/98 (0)
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