|Description||Letter written on behalf of Anne Pennington from Bastia [Corsica] to Harriet Thiebault; dated 2 November 1849 and signed Fredk Pennington|
The writer reports that there is little news from Algiers and letters have not been answered. Anne Pennington, who is unwell, is also worried about cholera on Corsica, the disease having been brought on the 'Post Office Packet'. Eight people have died, and another case is due to be brought ashore. She is also worried about not having heard from Harriet for some time.