Correspondence: Sidney Wynne (London) to her father, Sir William Williams (Llanforda)

Scope and Content

Reports on the health of her brother William Wynn, has taken a house in Red Lyon Square, the children all have coughs and colds, grief at the sudden death of her sister Williams (her brother Richard's wife), a law suit in which she is involved, her plans for the education of her daughter, Jenny, and their future financial needs, sends a box of lemons and oranges, is giving Jenny rhubarb for her cold, prevalence of measles, trouble over diversion of a stream near her property, her children enjoy going to school as day boarders, sends accounts of the fees there.