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<Q A 17?? TC EV EMONTAGU>
<X ELIZABETH MONTAGU>
[}ELIZABETH MONTAGU TO ELIZABETH VESEY. BEFORE 1775. HUNTINGTON LIBRARY. MO 6402?}]
My dear Mad=m= If the weather permitts I will wait on Lady Primrose tomorrow evening, but should it continue thus horrible I know not what to say, (^Things that love night, love not such nights as these.^) I have sent ye great Commoner to wait on you, as for me I am quite alone at present, but I did not intend to peruse this notable pamphlet which was given my by the Author, who seems to be much pleased with it, but as that is poor security for the reader, I have sent you a new french play. My best respects attend Lady Primrose. I had a note from M=rs= Carter this morning she longs for a vision of ye Sylph. Pray say as great deal for me to M=rs Hancock.