excerpt from 'Letter from Anna Seward to Rev. T.S. Whalley, 19 December 1790' pp. 47–48 (86 words)

excerpt from 'Letter from Anna Seward to Rev. T.S. Whalley, 19 December 1790' pp. 47–48 (86 words)

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Letter from Anna Seward to Rev. T.S. Whalley, 19 December 1790

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Your last arrived in my absence, and followed me to Colton, about ten miles from Lichfield, the lately purchased seat of Mr and Mrs B., a young couple from the West Indies. […] 

Giovanni [John Saville] and his daughter [Mrs Elizabeth Smith] were with me upon this visit, the former most, the latter all of the time. Mrs B. was a scholar of Piozzi’s, and sings with great taste, and perfectly in tune, though her voice is weak. Their charming songs inspirited our evenings.

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