MY DEAR SIR, — I am honoured by the Prince’s thanks and very much obliged to yourself for the kind manner in which you mention the work. I have also to acknowledge a former letter forwarded to me from Hans Place. I assure you I felt very grateful for the friendly tenor of it, and … Continue reading April Fool’s Day 1816
Wordy Wednesday #8
Source: source unknown via CNJ JASNA on PinterestQuote is from the Jane's letter to Cassandra on November 20, 1800
Monday Post – A Letter from J. S. Clarke, Librarian.
I was at a lost for what to post today when I saw a tweet from The Republic of Pemberley's twitter account.Nov 16 1815 - James Stanier Clarke writes to JA to suggest she write a novel with a clergyman as a hero. https://t.co/Y8hgMiKyAP— Jane Austen - RoP (@pemberleydotcom) November 16, 2015//platform.twitter.com/widgets.jsThis made me think … Continue reading Monday Post – A Letter from J. S. Clarke, Librarian.
Friday Fun – Folding a Regency Letter
I bookmarked this post back in May and then promptly forgot about it. The blog Her Reputation for Accomplishment is full of things that Jane Austen would have learned during her life time and shows the modern person how to accomplish these skills.Over the years I've had pen pals. We've always started off strong, letters … Continue reading Friday Fun – Folding a Regency Letter
SAVE THE DATE: June 12
On June 12, 2010, we will have a meeting focused on selected Austen letters at Mildred Younger’s home in Tinton Falls. Our plan is to have members choose selections of their favorite letters to focus on and read aloud to hear the “voice” of Jane Austen. More details to come....“I am sorry I have affronted … Continue reading SAVE THE DATE: June 12