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Letter from James Pearse to Margaret Brady regarding her health and his own ill health and asking for her forgiveness for not being in her company so often,


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In Collection: Pearse Papers, 1870-1932
Description: Writes "I was sorry to disappoint you last Tuesday night. You know the motto "Business before pleasure". You say you hope I was engaged upon a statue. I suppose you mean to hope it was a stone one. Shurely [sic] Maggie you don't think I was engaged upon any other sort of a one - a live one for instance. I say, I am wondering if you need any consolation all this time, and if so are you seeking it in the bosom of the church or upon the breast of that same stalwart countryman of yours - which you mentioned. I believe you blew me up in your last for not writing more affectionately. Do you know you are slightly open to the same charge but I forgive you. Do you forgive me also at the same time love. I think it all fancy on your part..."
Main Creator: Pearse, James, 1839-1900
Language: English
Extent: 1 item (4 pages).
Call Number: MS 21,082/3 (Manuscripts Reading Room)
Rights: Reproduction rights owned by National Library of Ireland.