our arrival. Poor Eloisa is still so very indif::ferent both in Health & Spirits, that I verymuch fear, the air of the Bristol-downs, healthyas it is, has not been able to drive poorHenry from her remembrance –.

You ask me whether your new Mother in law is handsome & amiable – I willnow give you an exact description of her bodilyand Mental charms. She is short, and extreme::ly well-made; is naturally pale, but rougesa good deal; has fine eyes, and fine teeth, asshe will take care to let you know as soon asshe sees you, and is altogether very pretty.She is remarkably good- humoured tempered when she

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