May 8. 1835
The kind of person you require is, I think, one who will be attentive, quiet, and judicious, to act under your present Nurse & not a tip top – fine lady of a Nurse.
There is a person who goes out occasionally as Nurse & is quite trustworthy– who would probably answer the present purpose very well–
No 36 Harwood Street
Lisson Grove- near the Yorkshire Stingo
She could be at your Service for 3 weeks, or thereabouts, afterwards She is engaged for the whole summer to keep my House where my family are at Hampstead–
There is also Mrs Chambers No 2 Great Quebec Street New Road who would do–
I hope you may find one of these & that her assistance may prove useful–
Believe me Dear Sir – Very Truly Yours
R M Kerrison
Mrs. RoughNurse and Rubber
30 South Audley St
known to Lady Cawdor
H F. Talbot Esq
31 Sackville Street
1. Lady Elizabeth W Campbell, née Thynne, Lady Cawdor (1795-1866).
2. Probably Mary Martha Kerrison, wife of Edward Kerrison, Baronet (1774–1853), General.