excerpt from 'Diary of Hester Lynch Thrale, April 1781' pp. 488–489 (141 words)

excerpt from 'Diary of Hester Lynch Thrale, April 1781' pp. 488–489 (141 words)

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Diary of Hester Lynch Thrale, April 1781

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[Hester Thrale is giving an account of events during the days leading up to the death of her first husband, Henry Thrale, on 4 April 1781]

When I came home to dress […] I gave him [Piozzi] the Money I had collected for his Benefit 35£ I remember, it wasa Bankers Note, and I burst out o’crying […] Just then came a Letter from Dr Pepys, insisting to speak with me in the Afternoon; & […] I burst out o’crying again, read the Letter to Piozzi who could not understand it, and threw myself into an Agony, saying I was sure Mr Thrale would dye.  The tenderhearted Italian was affected, bid me not despair so […] and then turn’d to me with a good deal of Expression in his Manner, rather too muchit affected me.and sung Rasserena il tuo bel Ciglio &c &c

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