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The Seven Sinners and Simmy Monica (1840)

M. E. Francis, daughter of Margaret Powell, writes about her mother's memories of New Hall. Published in 1918, the extract tells of the antics of three young girls at New Hall, circa 1840.

20 Jul 2020
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School library (1890)
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