Seale 1846 Paulina Seale to J.H.Seale 1811 Sunday morning

Seale 1846 Paulina Seale to J.H.Seale 1811 Sunday morning
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Seale Family Papers:Correspondence to and from members of Seale family of Mount Boone, Hayne family and associates (transcripts) also other material related to Seale and Hayne families c.1650-1812. Property of Seale family, used with permission. Hayne family correspondence purchased by Ray Freeman, now property of Seale family, used with permission.
Other:Correspondence; diary of Robert Seale; papers on Seale family and associated families.
DHRG No:102043
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At Edginwell where she saw Mrs. Neck, PS was happy apart from annoyance with Mr. P, a pretty house & a charming garden. PS left that Saturday in time for dinner with JS & Sarah S. She came to Mt. Boone early evening with Henry. Charles was a great quiz; lonely after they went to bed. At Bicton Lord Rolle was very encouraging, he would see Lord Ailsbury when in Town. Lady R. very persuasive, begged PS to go to her party with Lady Rowden. Lady Le Despenser etc. & then go on to Powderham & Mamhead & also to accompany her to London. PS declined both. When at Exmouth PS saw Mrs. Clements, looking very ill, & Mrs.Sadley.. Mr. Neck drove PS to Torquay & she called on Miss Southcote (not visible due to her Uncle, Col Luttrell's death) & Mrs. Lethbridge. PS told JS that the infamous clerk was said to be the natural son of Mr. Holdsworth's grandfather. Miss Ouglar said the whole fraternity were in the mud. All but one approved of Mr. Hearn & hissed the Corporation etc. Mrs. Bond, Mary Ann & PS met at Townstal. Lady J. would come next day. PS's box got to Mrs. Lindsay. Need to draw on Harris to pay Howel's debt. Lady Jodrell was very deaf.