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  • -- I received to-day yours from C (astle) H (oward) of last Monday, the 28th August, and you may be sure that it is no small pleasure to me to find by every letter which I receive, that there is such an attention to your affairs, as is really worthy your understanding and capacity.

    George Selwyn: His Letters and His Life

  • I hope you will receive mine as such, or I would set out for C (astle) H (oward) directly.

    George Selwyn: His Letters and His Life

  • -- I am vexed to find, by the letter which I have had the pleasure to receive to-day, that I am expected to be at C (astle) H (oward) on Saturday, when I do not set out till Sunday, so that, as I told Lord C. in my last, which he should receive to-day, I shall not be there till Wednesday.

    George Selwyn: His Letters and His Life

  • I am very glad that H.R.H. was pleased with C (astle) H (oward).

    George Selwyn: His Letters and His Life

  • It would have been a great satisfaction to me to have been able to have accommodated Miss Gunning, and to have had her company with us at C (astle) H (oward) ....

    George Selwyn: His Letters and His Life

  • If Lord Jersey (276) cannot keep himself steady neither on his legs or his horse, you may be confined at C (astle) H (oward) the whole winter, which is better than to be at Gainthrop with me, and

    George Selwyn: His Letters and His Life

  • Lord C (arlisle) will leave C (astle) H., as I understand by his letter, on Saturday sevennight.

    George Selwyn: His Letters and His Life

  • York Races your Ladyship would be alone, and am therefore much vexed that Mie Mie and I are not at C (astle) H. at this moment.

    George Selwyn: His Letters and His Life

  • I am dilatory and procrastinating in my nature, but am not apt to defer what, when done, will make me so happy as I shall be at C (astle) H., and should not have been so now, if I had been more early apprised of your wish to have our journey accelerated.

    George Selwyn: His Letters and His Life

  • But what happens, when it comes to my knowledge, I will write it, and something or other I shall write to C (astle) H. every day ....

    George Selwyn: His Letters and His Life

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