Hannah More to Charles Ogilvie

To: Mr. C. Ogilvie/ & Mr. Davies’s/
Address: Brunswick Square/ Bristol
Seal: Red wax

MS: Weston Library, University of Oxford, MS Eng. lett. d. 124, f. 100
Published: Undetermined

Dear Sir

There are few things I more fear than procrastination. I therefore lose no time in inclosing my letter to Mr. Dunn. Pray remember me most kindly to Mr. and Mrs. Davies in whose anxieties I cordially sympathize.

It gave me much pleasure to see you so improved in health. I hope your temporary change of situation will perfect it. I have [tear]mmunicated to Mr. Dunn your Academic honours. May they lead to more solid advantages Be that as it may, may you secure that better immortality which the breath of Man cannot bestow, but which I trust the dedication of your talents and learning to Him who gave them may attain for you, thro the merits of our Redeemer.

I shall like your remarks on the characters you meet with. You need not fear to speak your mind. Yours very sincerely

H. More