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u may faint!
I opened your letter this morning, by the faint light of dawn, on my arrival from Holkham,—after a long night's journey.
I knew, of course, the familiar hand, and hurriedly broke the spassing over the spot where King John lost his baggage, and over the Wash. . . .
Arrived at Holkham, the superb seat of Lord Leicester, better known as Mr. Coke.
After four days at Holkham, wherHolkham, where were Lords Spencer and Ebrington,
Lord Ebrington, second Earl of Fortescue, 1783-1861.
He was M. P. for North Devon in 1838.
He moved, in 1831, the address of confidence in Lord Grey's administhe plate was rich and massive.
I did not like the dining-room so well as Lord Leicester's, at Holkham, though it is more showy and brilliant.
The drawing-rooms were quite rich.
While wandering aren any thing by Rubens that pleased me, or that I could tolerate (except, perhaps, a picture at Holkham). There is one room devoted to Rubens.
They were kind enough to invite me to visit them again