Letter from F.E. Kingsley [Fanny Kingsley] to William Robinson

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Written from Byfleet, Weybridge, [Surrey]. Manuscript

Her daughter Miss Kingsley has asked her to send the enclosed to Robinson in case it is worthy of a place in ‘The Garden’ [enclosure not present]; Robinson’s charming work is of constant interest to her as she is confined to the house by heart disease; she was gratified by the little notice of their garden and church yard at Eversley and the prints of their home; she would like to thank him in person if he is ever in Surrey; she asks who wrote the article about the Canon’s garden as she would like to thank them; her daughter sent her some plants and also sent some to Mr Harpur-Crewe; she expects her to come home in August laden with treasures