Barker, Mrs

Hannah More to Marianne Sykes Thornton, 28 November 1814

Most heartily have I sympathized, and still do sympathize with you, under this tedious and trying attack of We talk of it almost continually, and having heard nothing for some time, I was willing to flatter myself that he was getting on, but a letter from Mr. Babington yesterday does not give so favourable a report of his progress as we had hoped. This induces me to write rather in a hurry to ask you to let one of the young ones, send a line now and then till he is better.