- n. a short personal letter
“Footnote: Among the Ayscough MSS. in the British Museum there is one (No. 4276) containing a short letter from Joseph Meade to Hartlib, dated from Christ's College, Cambridge,”
“MY DEAR MR. ANAGNOS: You will laugh when you open your little friend's letter and see all the queer mistakes she has made in French, but I think you will be pleased to know that I can write even a short letter in French.”
“The third was a short letter to a friend confirming a weekend bird-slaughtering party in September.”
“Before his wife returned from the visit of consolations, the Captain had finished a short letter to William, reporting Doctor Waddel's opinion of him, the gratification it afforded his mother in particular, and his connections in general -- urging him not to disappoint the high expectations which had been raised of him -- to be studious -- not to mind the taunts of the boys about his fine clothes -- to wear them out as quick as possible with lightwood knots, and get plain, coarse ones.”
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