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Frank Leward: Memorials

Mrs. Leward to Mr. Saunders

Mrs. Leward to Mr. Saunders.

My Dear Sir,—I do not know how I can sufficiently thank you for your kind letter and all your kindness to our son. However wild, I knew Frank could not be a bad boy. You seem to have so much more sympathy with his wayward nature than some masters have. Bampton must be a very nice boy. I am going to ask Frank's grandmother to invite him to spend the Christmas holidays with him, at Claydon. I suppose Frank will not be happy without his friend Jones too, who I suppose must also have some good in him, because Frank seems so fond of him, though I must say he seemed when I page 16saw him, rather rough. Thanking you again for your letter and intercession with Dr. Pott,

I am, yours very sincerely

Mary Leward.

The Shrubbery, Wednesday.