Posted by: rearadmiral | December 27, 2011

She sent me a letter/Tis folly(sp?)/Anonymous/Poster!/Emma quoted re Post Office/Jane in Eastern Mass.

http://reveriesunderthesignofausten.wordpress.com/2011/12/27/jane-austens-letters-letter-57-fri-sun-7-9-oct-from-castle-square/

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/art/architecture/8975862/Britains-follies-must-be-saved-for-posterity-says-historian.html

http://www.latimes.com/news/opinion/commentary/la-oe-1227-folkenflik-anonymous-20111227,0,7045611.story

“I wish you a merry Christmas, but no compliments of the Season”. JA to CEA Monday Dec. 24,1798

“Mr Digweed has used us basely. Handsome is as Handsome does; he is therefore a very ill-looking Man”. Jane Austen to Cassandra Austen Sunday Jan 24,1813

http://www.spinelessclassics.com/pride-and-prejudice-book-text-poster-32.htm

http://thesecretunderstandingofthehearts.blogspot.com/2011/12/talking-jane-austen-with-deirdre-le.html

“We are just beginning to be engaged in another Christmas Duty, & next to eating Turkies, a very pleasant one.” Written by Jane Austen to Martha Lloyd on 11/29/1812. From JASNA Eastern PA

http://www.janeausten.co.uk/keeping-a-georgian-christmas-york-house/

Emma is quoted in the following Op-ed piece:

http://www.usnews.com/opinion/blogs/Jamie-Stiehm/2011/12/22/christmas-cards-send-the-post-office-a-thank-you-note

Jane in Eastern Mass?
“But for there being no Ice, what could prepare me!-Weymouth is altogether a shocking place I perceive, without recommendation….by the inhabitants of Gloucester….You found my letter at Andover”. JA to CEA Friday 9/14/1804

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