Writes about the death of Anne. Wishes EAD to insert an announcement of the death in the newspapers.
My dear Erasmus.
Will you be so kind as to get inserted as follows in Times & in any other one
or two Papers of largest circulation. “At Malvern on the 23
I have no idea whether men who supply newspaper insert these, if so Swale I employ & w
I will pay for this & Electric Telegraph together.—
—Poor Emma is well bodily & very firm, but feels bitterly & God knows we can neither see on any side a gleam of comfort.—
Fannys sweetness, firmness, constancy & experience were of inexpressible comfort to me at Malvern, & to the last day of my life it will be a comfort to me to think of the tears she so tenderly wept over our poor dear child, when all was over.
My dear Erasmus | Yours affect
- f1 1416.f1In 1851 the firm was known as Swale and Wilson, publishers, general stationers, and news-vendors, of 21 Great Russell Street, London (Post Office London directory 1851).