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TitleLetter from Grace Chaffer in Hammersmith, London, to Nelly Mundy regarding Mary Feilding
Date16 Dec 1805
CreatorMiller Mundy family of Shipley Hall, Heanor
Extent1 item
Transcription[Note: spelling has not been corrected]
Madam
I thank you for the Honor of your
kind letter I gave the inclosed to Miss Feilding as
you was so kind to wish me to take for bord & lodging
Miss F was with me five weeks I made a charge of
three pounds which she paid me her mother wrot
to me & said no power upon Earth should ever
make her take Miss F to her again she would
pay me for a fortnight bord after that she would
not have aney more to do with her since that I have
not seen nor hard from her. I have promised
if Mrs Williams pays me I will return it to
Miss F she left me on the 13 and said she was
going to seek after Lodgings she did not say wear she
was to be till she found them. I am sorry to say
I donot think Miss F possess much gratitude I have
advised her to take care of her selfe & keep from
bad company which she promes to do I believe
her abilitys for the stage are very great if she
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succeed I shall be verry glad as she niver will attend
to Business. Madam I hope your health continues good
I am sorry to say Mrs Middleton is but poorly she as a
verry bad cough.
Madam your moste obedient
Humble Servant
Grace Chaffer
Decbr 16 1805
Hammersmith
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