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from pastnow.wordpress.com - On October 20 and continuing into October 21 1815, Henry Austen, who is very ill, dictates a letter to John Murray. Henry is writing the letter on behalf of his sister Jane to reply to Murray's off...writes for


from pastnow.wordpress.com - 19th—20th. The Emperor invited my son to breakfast: it may be easily imagined that he was. greatly overjoyed at this honour! It was, perhaps, the first time he had ever been so near the Emperor, or....


from pastnow.wordpress.com - We anchored about half-past ten, and found here the Havannah, Icarus, and Ferret, which had got the start of us. The governor came on board, and the admiral returned with him to determine on the sp...havannah determine on


from pastnow.wordpress.com - Pleasant weather. Numerous were the conjectures whether or not we should see the land. The admiral decided we should see it at six o'clock, and so correct was he in his calculations that the time w...


from pastnow.wordpress.com - On October 12 1815, Abigail Smith Adams writes to John Quincy Adams. My Dear Son - Captain Tracy is to Sail on Sunday in the Galen. our young Gentlemen are all flying abroad. Some upon buisness. S...


from pastnow.wordpress.com - On October 10 1815, Lafayette writes to Thomas Jefferson. My dear friend -  A Long while Has Elapsed Since I Had the pleasure to Hear from you—I might Say a Century Was I to Reckon upon the Success...elapsed


from pastnow.wordpress.com - "Nothing can however be more clear in my mind than our interest and policy to avoid as long as possible a new War with England—How long it will be possible I know not, for the problem is now to...


from pastnow.wordpress.com - On October 6, 1815, Robert Southey writes to his friend, John May, from Liege in Belgium. Southey has embarked on his tour of the Low Countries, which commenced in September and will end in October...low countries robert southey low countries robert southey


from pastnow.wordpress.com - “I have read ‘Pride and Prejudice’ again—­’tis very good—­wretchedly printed, and so pointed as to be almost unintelligible.  Make no apology for sending me anything to read or revise....


from pastnow.wordpress.com - On September 28 1815, Lady Byron writes to Augusta Leigh, and includes a poem and a concluding paragraph that more than hints at troubles in her marriage with Byron The Magpie The fame of Old Drury...augusta leigh the magpie