Letter: from Mrs Favell Lee Mortimer (1802-1878) née Bevan, author of The Peep of Day, to Emily Faithfull

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Dear Miss Faithfull,

There must be some mistake with regard to the application you refer to for it is not I who have written to you - though I did hear through Miss Paris a report concerning some tutor ship that your [mother/brother?] reported - I will forward your letter to the party where I think there may be a desire to enter into communication on the subject -A valuable tutor is difficult to obtain - much more difficult than a suitable position for such a person. I sometimes hear of you [coming/going?] through ___ Paris. The vicissitudes of life have been experienced by you in full measure of late years - & I trust - that all the supports adapted to them -have been afforded in overflowing measure ____. Yrs vy truly

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Written at Hendon.