Jane Austen; Cassandra Austen; Alfred Morrison
|注意：||With postmark and seal, addressed to Miss Austen, The Revd F.C. Fowles, Kintbury, Newbury; written from "Paragon."
Forms part of a collection of 41 letters from Austen to her sister and two prints (MA 977.1-43).
|描述：||1 item (4 p.) ; 23.2 cm.|
Lamenting that the family's "views on G.P. Buildings seem all at an end" because the houses there are damp and may cause "putrid fevers"; answering enquiries from her sister's last letter; describing her friendship with Mrs. Chamberlayne and visits from various acquaintances; complaining that "the whole World is in a conspiracy to enrich one part of our family at the expense of another." Includes a reference to William Godwin: a Mr. Pickford "is as raffish in his appearance as I would wish every Disciple of Godwin to be."