|Letter written to Harriet Thiebault addressed 'Chere Henrietta'; undated (but dated added as 16 June 1852 in different hand) and signed Laura.
Congratulates Harriet on the marriage of her daughter, after reading an article that the English vice-consul sent. Sympathises with Harriet on her perhaps mixed feelings at being happy that her daughter is married but sad to lose her company. Goes on to report that 'Isabelle' has been unwell and will try a remedy that Harriet recommends. Hopes that she will see 'Nina' (Harriet's daughter) soon, and that her husband will be employed in Paris. In French