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Letter from Jim [James] Pearse to Margaret Pearse discussing her plans to bring the children to the countryside and his trip to London to visit the House of Parliament,

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In Collection: Pearse Papers, 1870-1932
Description: Writes "I find you can write a love letter all - most as well as you could of old" and of a couple he shared breakfast with that morning he remarks "As for the man - blast him - he is a tremendous swell, feeds with an eye-glass stuck in his eye but he has to drop it when he desires to look at any particular morsel which he intends to put into his very capacious jaws, altogther I think we made a better couple" and of his dinner he remarks "We had beautiful little green-gage pudding after the meat. How I wished your mouth was there to clap one into".
Main Creator: Pearse, James, 1839-1900
Language: English
Extent: 1 item (2 pages).
Format: MANUSCRIPT
Call Number: MS 21,082/15 (Manuscripts Reading Room)
Rights: Reproduction rights owned by National Library of Ireland.