excerpt from 'Letter from Lady Sarah Spencer to her brother, the Hon. Robert Spencer, 24 October 1809' pp. 84 (65 words)

excerpt from 'Letter from Lady Sarah Spencer to her brother, the Hon. Robert Spencer, 24 October 1809' pp. 84 (65 words)

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Letter from Lady Sarah Spencer to her brother, the Hon. Robert Spencer, 24 October 1809

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The three dismal bells of Wimbledon Church have been ringing their doleful ditty in your honour, my Bob. It is lucky for your credit that you were not born on the 25th, for that would be to-morrow, and nobody could tell whether they rang for you or King George; to-morrow being the famous jubilee day, which is to crack all the bells in the empire.

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excerpt from 'Letter from Lady Sarah Spencer to her brother, the Hon. Robert Spencer, 24 October 1809' pp. 84 (65 words)

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