Love Letter 2

THOUGH it is not fitting for a
gentleman to take his lady in
the place of a servant, yet, complying
with your desire, I willingly grant it
you, if thereby you can find yourself
less uncomfortable in the place chosen
by yourself, than you have been in
that which I gave you, thanking you
cordially that you are pleased still to
have some remembrance of me. 6, n.
A. I de A. b. na. v. e. z. [or 6.n.A.I de]

Henry R.

2 Responses to “Love Letter 2”

  1. Beth says:

    Any idea what the letters at the bottom mean?


    Claire Reply:

    No, I think it was probably a cipher that Anne would have understood though.


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