To her mother from Allahabad. Mentions the loneliness of an evening when her husband is out, whereas a similar evening in England could be a pleasure. She still dislikes the round of entertaining and finds it hard work, but 'it all enlarges our experience'. She describes a visit to the house of rich Bengali gentleman to see the goddess prepared for the Hindu festival once a year. Her friend asked him if he believed in all and he replied with a shrug; 'I don't believe as much as my father did and I don't suppose my sons will believe as much as I do'.
Eliza [Tabor] to Mary Tabor
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- ReferenceGB 106 9/30/A/42
- Former ReferenceGB 106 ALC/5522
- Dates of Creationc.27 Oct 1876
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