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but surely-if God is all must be working for some unimaginable good for you. He spared not his own son and so redeemed the world, lifted him up to his own right hand for our salvation. Could you not come rest in England? How we should love to shelter you. How honored we would feel in doing so. I will not multiply words my dear one, but just say how closely we clasp you to our heart anew. Your ever-loving friend, G.C.T. (Georgina Cowper-Temple) Note: We are unsure who is referenced as “Sister Sarah” or what trials she is referring to, but the letter gives a good feel for the ecumenical (if not completely orthodox) spirit of Lady Mount Temple and her religious nature. This letter also uses the term sometimes applied to Hannah as “The Angel of the Churches.”

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Robert A. Danielson

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