|Repository||Derbyshire Record Office|
|Archive Reference / Library Class No.||D8760/F/FSJ/1/1/12|
|Title||Letter from Eleanor Anne Porden to John Franklin, on arrangements for meeting up with people, including reference to Jane Griffin|
|Date||[mid Jan 1823]|
|Description||Sent after previous note proved to be of no use; Dr Thomson is unable to ride out tomorrow due to continued illness of his horse; Franklin can come when he wants; Miss Griffin has also cheated her, but Eleanor has her equivalent in a second walk; she makes it a rule never to be disppointed, as as something better always comes in its place. |
Undated, but context suggests mid-Jan 1823.
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|Sender||Eleanor Anne Porden|
|Sender Location||No address|
|Recipient Location||Frith Street|
|Archive Creator||Sir John Franklin (1786-1847)|
|Gell family of Hopton Hall, Wirksworth|
|Transcript or Index||My Dear Sir|
It is a pleasant thing when one has had the trouble of writing a note to find that it is of no use. However, as it is a pity that good intentions should ever be lost I always make a point of sending mine on such occasions. Dr. Thomson has just been here to say that his Coach Horse continues so ill as to prevent my promised ride tomorrow – so you may come if you like, & when you like. Miss Griffin has also cheated me today, but I have had my equivalent in a second walk. Do you know I make it a rule never to be disappointed, having found that something better always comes in place of the said seeming grievance. Adieu, pour la deuxieme fois – yours affectionately – E A Porden.
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