John_Pilkington - LETTER VII.

LETTER VII.

From Lord KINGSBOROUGH to MRS. PILKINGTON

            Abbe Boyle, April 29, 1748.
            Madam,
            I HAVE the honour to transmit this to you by my brother, and shall in a short time, have the happiness to thank you in person for the infinite delight your last has afforded to myself and friends, who unanimously join with me, in confessing you are, as I have ever esteemed you, Madam, unrivalled in wit, ease and vivacity.

            I entreat you will forgive my not entering upon all the particulars I long to communicate, as I reserve them for a whole afternoon's discourse with you in Dublin; in the meantime believe me,

            Dear Madam,
            most respectfully,
            your obliged,
            humble servant,
            KINGSBOROUGH.

            P. S. I make bold to send the twenty pound bill I formerly mentioned.

 

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