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Scraps - A TOUR THROUGH WALES--in a LETTER from a YOUNG LADY Post by :poppymay Category :Nonfictions Author :Jane Austen Date :May 2011 Read :2617

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Scraps - A TOUR THROUGH WALES--in a LETTER from a YOUNG LADY

A TOUR THROUGH WALES--
in a LETTER from a YOUNG LADY--

My Dear Clara
I have been so long on the ramble that I have not till now had it
in my power to thank you for your Letter--. We left our dear home
on last Monday month; and proceeded on our tour through Wales,
which is a principality contiguous to England and gives the title
to the Prince of Wales. We travelled on horseback by preference.
My Mother rode upon our little poney and Fanny and I walked by
her side or rather ran, for my Mother is so fond of riding fast
that she galloped all the way. You may be sure that we were in a
fine perspiration when we came to our place of resting. Fanny has
taken a great many Drawings of the Country, which are very
beautiful, tho' perhaps not such exact resemblances as might be
wished, from their being taken as she ran along. It would
astonish you to see all the Shoes we wore out in our Tour. We
determined to take a good Stock with us and therefore each took a
pair of our own besides those we set off in. However we were
obliged to have them both capped and heelpeiced at Carmarthen,
and at last when they were quite gone, Mama was so kind as to
lend us a pair of blue Sattin Slippers, of which we each took one
and hopped home from Hereford delightfully---
I am your ever affectionate
Elizabeth Johnson.

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