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The Original Letters from India of Mrs Eliza Fay

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Excerpt from The Original Letters From India of Mrs Eliza Fay With Introduction and NotesIt may indeed be wondered how it is that a book so ufien laid under contribution so full of adventures contain ing so many clearly cut descriptions of interesting persons and places has been allowed to fall out of circulation Well in the first place as it has been observed Calcutta being the first place as it has been observed Calcutta Being Place Of being place of partings is in conseuence a place of short memories When Mrs Fay in advanced ears re turned to Calcutta about a ear before her death and .
Et to work to put Her Letters Into Print letters into print I would have been but few here who would have remem bered her on the occasion of her first visit and perhaps the Calcutta of Warren Hastings' days had not for the men of that time the glamour which it has for us today The Execution cut the hook short where Mrs Fay had left the printing of it; and after copies had been issued to the subscribers its existence was forgotten until the RevAbout the PublisherForgotten Books been issued to the subscribers its existence was forgotten until the RevAbout the PublisherForgotten Books hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books Fin. .

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