Letters to Lydia: 'beloved Persis'
Hypatia Publications, 2005 - 410 páginas
Fact and Fiction: the 19th Century love affair between Henry Hartyn, a chaplain of the East India Company, and his 'beloved Persis' in Cornwall, Lydia Grenfell, based on their letters and diaries.
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Truro and Cambridge
Giving Light to the Heathen
Striving against this attachment
Let her live happy and useful in her occupation
Time and Tide
The Passage to India
Come out to me in India
Gool and Bulbul roses and nightingales
It is the custom here to think much and speak little
Heard from Tebriz from Mr M
Living or dying remember me
He was known as a Man of God
Little Henry and his Bearer India
married him The Brontë Connection
Her Title of Honour India and Persia
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affection appears arrived August become begin believe beloved blessed brother Calcutta called Cambridge Cawnpore Christian Church close Company continues Cornwall correspondence dated dear dearest death describes desire Diary duty East Eleanour Emma engagement England entry European expected expresses faith fear February feel finally fleet Frank give Grenfell hand happy heard heart Henry Martyn Henry's hope India John Journal journey July later leave letter live look Lord Lydia Marazion March marriage married meet mind missionary months mother never October once pain Parr perhaps Persian pray prayer preaching present proposal reason received records refers religious remained seems sent Sherwood Shiraz Simeon sister soul spirit suffering things thought translation travelling turns walk wife wish writes written wrote young