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The Letters of Eliza Pierce, 1751-1775: With Letters from Her Son Pierce ...
Eliza Pierce,Violet M. Macdonald
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able acquainted affair Affection answer appear assure Aunt begin believe Bishop Boys certainly Compliments continue Dear Denbury Denbury near Ashburton desire doubt Duty ELIZA PIERCE Estate excuse Exeter expect father fear follow Form give given glad hand happiness hear heard heart hope Horses House imagin immediately interest Joseph keep Lady late least leave letter live London look manner married mean meet Miss Money months Morning Mother never night obliged occasion Ogwell opinion perhaps pleasure poor pray present pretty reason received regard remaining sake School seems sent Sincerely Sister soon sorry Spirits sure taken Talbot tell thank thing Thomas Taylor Esq thought told trouble Uncle week Wife wish World worse wou'd wou’d writ write wrote Yendacott young