Monday, May 3, 2010

Sweet Love.

My dearest Fanny,

I am writing these few lines to tell you that I cannot live any longer without you. I worship you always. I think you are a beauty and the nicest girl I ever saw and I adore you. Oh exquisite Fanny, do not despise me for loving you so well. I shall be broken-hearted if you desert me. Can you meet me on Monday night, when I will take you to the Star Music Hall. I hate that Bill Robinson, who is hanging after you and I intend to horsewhip him when I see him. I shall be delighted to hear from you at once. Do not let my suit be fruitless. Reply by next post to
Your loving
William Weightman

ca. 1890 via here What a sweet way to write a love letter...I'd like one....

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Wow...what a linguist! Though...I think I'd be happy getting any letter like this too...ha...