Macaulay, Hannah More

Hannah More to Marianne Thornton, Thursday, unknown date

The were with me when your very welcome letter arrived. – Come! come! I shall be most happy to see you and dear , and not the least glad to see my dear , the last I believe left in this land of nunnery abroad. Tell that is very glad at the prospect of having such a helper in cleaning and cooking, and I will pay her wages for hard work by giving her a kiss every morning. I am glad you go to the first – as soon as you arrive there send me a line to warn the welcome hour when I may expect the really great gratification of seeing three such dear Creatures. It was certainly my Goddaughter’s turn.*