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Letter from Fanny Ginsberg to her sister Hetty (Mrs. Bacher) who'd ran away to Blackpool to get married when it was not her turn but Fanny's turn. Fanny writes that Rory? went to Tilda and heard about the news and Fanny writes that she supposes Rory told their father. Their father she writes 'has not said one word to me nor mother'. Later she writes 'You have no need to bother, you can shake a loose leg'. Fanny says her mother got to know all about the wedding when she was at Tildas' and 'We are delighted'. Fanny later writes about a letter coming from Mrs. Jackson 'Wanting to see mother on Sunday. It was a good job I got it else we would not have seen anything of it. I have not been to town as father has been to town every day and I have been afraid of him seeing me'.
Letter from Fanny Ginsberg to her sister Hetty (Mrs. Bacher) who'd ran away to Blackpool to get married when it was not her turn but Fanny's turn. Fanny writes that Rory? went to Tilda and heard about the news and Fanny writes that she supposes Rory told their father. Their father she writes 'has not said one word to me nor mother'. Later she writes 'You have no need to bother, you can shake a loose leg'. Fanny says her mother got to know all about the wedding when she was at Tildas' and 'We are delighted'. Fanny later writes about a letter coming from Mrs. Jackson 'Wanting to see mother on Sunday. It was a good job I got it else we would not have seen anything of it. I have not been to town as father has been to town every day and I have been afraid of him seeing me'.
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Letter from Fanny Ginsberg to her sister Hetty (Mrs. Bacher) who'd ran away to Blackpool to get married when it was not her turn but Fanny's turn. Fanny writes that Rory? went to Tilda and heard about the news and Fanny writes that she supposes Rory told their father. Their father she writes 'has not said one word to me nor mother'. Later she writes 'You have no need to bother, you can shake a loose leg'. Fanny says her mother got to know all about the wedding when she was at Tildas' and 'We are delighted'. Fanny later writes about a letter coming from Mrs. Jackson 'Wanting to see mother on Sunday. It was a good job I got it else we would not have seen anything of it. I have not been to town as father has been to town every day and I have been afraid of him seeing me'.
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n.d.
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GB124.DPA/1424/42a
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English
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