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The name of the country town, in England—a well-known fashionable watering-place-in which the events that gave rise to the following correspondence occurred, is, for obvious reasons, suppressed. The interest attached, however, to the facts and personages of the story, renders it independent of all time and place; and when it is recollected that the whole train of romantic circumstances so fully unfolded in these Letters has passed during the short period which has now elapsed since the great Meetings in Exeter Hall, due credit will, it is hoped, be allowed to the Editor for the rapidity with which he has brought the details before the Public; while, at the same time, any errors that may have been the result of such haste will, he trusts, with equal consideration, be pardoned.
Letter III.-From Miss Fanny Fudge, to her Cousin,
LETTER IV.-- From Patrick Magan, Esq., to the Rev.
LETTER V.–From Larry O'Branigan, in England, to
LETTER VI.- From Miss Biddy Fudge, to Mrs. Eliza-
LETTER VII.- From Miss Fanny Fudge, to her Cousin,
LETTER VIII.–From Bob Fudge, Esq., to the Rev.
LETTER IX.- From Larry O'Branigan, to his Wife