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Miss RHODA Power : ' Boys and Girls of the Middle Ages-The Wool Merchant's Child-Bride '

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IN this talk Miss Power will quote some of the charming love-letters that Thomas Betson , a fifteenth-century wool-merchant, wrote to little Katharine Rich , to whom he was engaged when she was only thirteen years old... While telling the story, she will touch on the wool trade and describe life in the merchant's household, and when the talk has come to an end, echoes of the wedding music will bo heard.

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