Eliza [Tabor] to Mary Tabor

Scope and Content

To her mother from Allahabad. Mentions her delight in the country now the rains have come, and repeats that it is now much more like England. (Half a page cut out of the letter). Coachman and syce dismissed for being drunk when driving. Says she feels an exile in India ands could only feel at home in England. It may be different for those with many friends and relatives nearby. She does not appreciate the so-called luxuries and many servants, which are merely necessities because the climate makes normal effort impossible. Mentions how much they appreciate their friend Mr. Harrison. Many guests for Sunday. 'I wish it was over'