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Jane Welsh Carlyle


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Jane Welsh Carlyle : Message about Aunt's death

'Your sad Messenger is just arrived. I had again been cherishing Hopes, when the day of Hope was clean gone. Compose yourself, my beloved Wife, and try to feel that the great Father is Good, and can do nothing wrong, inscrutable, and stern as his ways often seem to us.'

Century: 1800-1849     Reader/Listener/Group: Thomas Carlyle      Manuscript: Letter


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