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Correspondence between Betsy Reading and her parents, and with her future husband Edward Leathes; letters relating to their clandestine marriage in September, and their subsequent stay with Betsy's aunt and uncle at Strumpshaw; letter from Revd Philip Reading to his brother James about his difficulties in America due to the political situation.

2/5/1-4, 10-13, 15 Mar-Aug 1774 letters between Betsy Reading, at Charlbury House, and her parents at Woodstock, including from Revd James Reading suggesting she views Saturn's ring through Mr Holloway's telescope [2].Letters between B...

Letters between Betsy Reading and Edward Leathes about their engagement and his forthcoming ordination; letters from Betsy to her parents, and from Edward to her father, Revd James Reading, about reconciliation with his father.

2/5/1, 3-19,21,23-4, 28-9, 30-6, 39-40, 42-5, 47-50 Jan- Dec 1773, letters between Betsy Reading, mainly at Woodstock, and Edward Leathes, at Bury and Strumpshaw: he professes his love, regrets past errors, and sends turgid poetry; she promises n...

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From Edmund Jewell, Aylsham, to Augustine Earle on estate matters, 1744, and Mr Bulwer's ?marriage articles and supply of tiles for repair of stable and summerhouse, 1756; Sir Edward Astley, MP, thanking W.W. Bulwer for return of (electors) i...

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