Sir, Permit me earnestly and respectfully to solicit the favour of your vote and interest to succeed Mrs. Stainbank, the late worthy matron of the London-Hospital; and to assure you, that, if I have the happiness to be the object of your choice, I will endeavour to prove my gratitude for the obligation conferred on me, by a diligent and faithful attention to the duties of the office. ... [electronic resource].
Signed and dated: Mary Calthorpe. Camberwell, March, 1790., Printed at foot: "Sir, I beg leave to recommend Mrs. Mary Calthorpe .. your most humble servant, [blank]"., Reproduction of original from Bodleian Library (Oxford)., and AVAILABLE ONLINE TO AUTHORIZED PSU USERS.
English Short Title Catalog, T219800.
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