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Synopsis: This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1869. Excerpt: ... left his daughter here, except once a letter from Sister Post by Mr. Brute, who, however, told me all his kind heart could say about you and dear Eliza Sadler. We often hear from him, poor friend; but he suffers under his President's duties. How much he said of your George's kindness to him! Do write me a word about him, and if you have heard of your dear family. Added to this letter are a few lines from her daughter, which evidence the grateful heart she had (as all Elizabeth's children) been taught to nourish. Dear mother writes you I am suffering. I am, but I must still tell you how much I love you, and ever will. If Captain Duplex is with you, do remember me to him, though I almost forget his looks, it has been so long, yet I do not forget his kindness. I wish you would pay us another little visit. Your Own Rebecca. 1816.--Letters From Elizabeth, Mr. Brute, Rebecca, William, Father Babad, Mr. Dubois.--Notes And Journal Of Rebecca's Last Illness And Death.--Visit Of Bishop Cheverus To St. Joseph's. William To Rebecca. Leghorn, January, 1816. My Dear Sister,--I am almost afraid you will scold me in your next letter for not writing oftener, but you must never measure my love by my letters, it would be doing me an injustice. I have just been out to the door to see some Algerine slaves, for the Tuscans enslave them when they capture them. They were drawing a cart while two fellows were throwing the sweepings of the street into it. They were dressed in a green jacket and trousers, heads close shaven, and a green cap on. An iron chain they carried was locked by one end at the ankle, and the other drawn round the body to keep it from the ground. They seemed to bear their hard lot easily enough; one was laughing and singing while the boys were plaguing them. T...
Title: Memoir, Letters and Journal of Elizabeth ...
Publisher: General Books
Book Condition: New
Book Description General Books LLC, 2012. Condition: UsedAcceptable. book. Seller Inventory # M1235598063_4