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Lady M--y W---y M---e = woman Mary Wortley Montagu. Preface signed: M. A., i.e. Mary Astell.

London : revealed for M. Cooper, 1783. viii,280p. ; 12°

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May still we ever reside jointly, you'd be upset either methods; you are going to locate a simple equality of mood you don't count on, and 1000 faults you don't think. you're thinking that, if you happen to married me, I might be passionately keen on you one month, and of someone else the following: neither might occur. i will be able to esteem, i will be a pal, yet I don’t comprehend even if i will love. anticipate all that's complaisant and simple, yet by no means what's fond, in me. You pass judgement on very incorrect of my center, if you happen to think me in a position to perspectives of curiosity, and that something may well oblige me to flatter any physique. used to be I the main indigent creature on the earth, I may still resolution you as I do now, with out including or diminishing. i'm incapable of artwork, and ’tis simply because i cannot be able to it. may possibly I misinform one minute, I shouldn't ever regain my very own reliable opinion; and who might endure to stay with one they despised? should you can get to the bottom of to dwell with a better half that might have the entire deference because of your superiority of fine experience, and that your proposals might be agreeable to these on whom I count, i've got not anything to claim opposed to them. As to vacationing, ’tis what I should still do with nice excitement, and will simply hand over London upon your account; yet a retirement within the kingdom isn't really so unpleasant to me, as i do know a number of months may make it tiresome to you. the place everyone is tied for all times, ’tis their mutual curiosity to not develop weary of each other. If I had all of the own charms that i would like, a face is simply too mild a starting place for happiness. you'd be quickly drained with seeing on a daily basis an identical factor. the place you observed not anything else, you are going to have rest to comment the entire defects; which might bring up in percentage because the novelty lessened, that's constantly an outstanding appeal. I must have the displeasure of seeing a coldness, which, even though i couldn't quite blame you for, being involuntary, but it will render me uneasy; and the extra, simply because i do know a love could be revived which absence, inconstancy, or maybe infidelity, has extinguished; yet there is not any coming back from a dégoût given by way of satiety. I are usually not chuse to reside in a crowd: i may be rather well happy to be in London, with out creating a nice determine, or seeing above 8 or 9 agreeable humans. flats, desk, &c. , are issues that by no means come into my head. yet [I] won't ever give some thought to something with no the consent of my kinfolk, and propose you to not fancy a happiness in whole solitude, which you'd locate in basic terms fancy. Make no solution to this, in case you can like me by myself phrases. ’tis to not me you want to make the proposals: if no longer, to what objective is our correspondence? besides the fact that, defend me your friendship, which i believe of with loads of excitement, and a few vainness. If ever you spot me married, I flatter myself you’ll see a behavior you wouldn't be sorry your spouse should still imitate. To Mr. Wortley Montagu. [August, 1710. ] interpreting over your letter as speedy as ever i may, and answering it with an identical ridiculous precipitation, i locate one a part of it escaped my sight, and the opposite I mistook in numerous areas.

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