Dinsdale, Matthew / Matthew Dinsdale papers, 1836-1897: Folder 3
Park Field / 1st April 1853 PDF (658.3 KB)
Park Field ___ April 1853 My Dear Mary Anne/ I reached here yesterday by way of ____. Before I came my expectation was that I should be able to be in york this week, even today. In taking matters over with Edward, we have concluded that one of us ought to be in Liverpool if possible this Afternoon. He thinks it is my duty to go. Perhaps it is, I therefore think of starting from the Station at 1/2 past 8 this morning. I feel very sorry I can not see you before going. As soon after the others ___ off as possible I hope to do so. I do not know what to think of the high wind, ______ now. I fear the spring gales are not over, and may not be for some time. I fully hoped to find a letter from you here. One will reach me, directed to Park Field, as I leave Brother _____. All are well, Lizzie and ____ _________ very early this morg for _______ and are expected back to breakfast. Your affectionate friend MD.
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