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Letter from Sir Robert Grant, London, to Lady Teignmouth, 1834 January 8 : autograph manuscript signed.

Author: Robert Grant; Charlotte Shore Teignmouth, Lady; John F Fleming
Publisher: London, England, 1834 January 8.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Manuscript   Archival Material : English
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Concerning the birth of his daughter; thanking her for the '...kind & almost maternal interest you have taken in Margaret's welfare at this crisis. She also feels it very deeply; as well as Lord Teignmouth's great kindness; and desires to join with me in acknowledging both. We are going on, I hope & trust, as well as possible. The little lady (who, by the way, they tell me is not so very little when compared with  Read more...
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Material Type: Manuscript
Document Type: Book, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Robert Grant; Charlotte Shore Teignmouth, Lady; John F Fleming
OCLC Number: 270870900
Notes: The place of writing is not legible however references to Miss Grant's birth state the place of birth as London.
Formerly accessioned MA 4586 and acquired as part of a collection of letters to Lord Teignmouth.
The Grant's daughter, Constance Charemile Grant was born January 3, 1834 and died in Italy in 1842.
Description: 1 item (3 pages) ; 16.6 x 11.1 cm

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Concerning the birth of his daughter; thanking her for the '...kind & almost maternal interest you have taken in Margaret's welfare at this crisis. She also feels it very deeply; as well as Lord Teignmouth's great kindness; and desires to join with me in acknowledging both. We are going on, I hope & trust, as well as possible. The little lady (who, by the way, they tell me is not so very little when compared with other atoms of the same age) seems in excellent health. But I must confess she already shews a little tendency to the family-failing of sitting up at night;" adding, in a postscript, "This note needing no answer, I shall direct it to be left at your door."

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