I am very glad that it is in thy power to return thy <polling> paper, as I was obliged at another person’s expenses and thou wouldst otherwise have been placed in a painful situation —
I must thank thee however, truly, for thy good intentions —
When I heard of poor
I hope Lady Buxton Junior is now quite well again & will be able to enjoy their projected tour –
I was disappointed in not seeing thee – when though wast last here
But I saw thy dear Ellen and was much pleased to see her looking so perfectly well.
Poor Mrs. Redgrave feels deeply her sister’s death —
Dear Anna Gurney is at Thisworth, &much amended in health —
She ^is> radiant with delight while she described the wonders of the Chrystal Palace, & her enjoyment of it.
I shall direct this & the polling paper to Lombard Street where I suppose thee to be Thy good father is I believe in Yorkshire
With kind love to Madame,
thy obliged friend
 mentions Anna Gurney’s delight at “Chrystal Palace” therefore after 1 May 1851 (which is consonant with small notepaper and ink from this period).
 Samuel Gurney (1816-1882). See Richard Kirby. “Gurney, Samuel (1816-1882).” Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Oxford University Press, 2004. Web. 27 July 2018.
 Henry Barclay (1826-1891) married to Richenda Barclay (née Gurney) See Genealogical and Heraldic Dictionary of the Landed Gentry, Bernard Burke.
 Possibly Jane Backhouse, whose family was quite connected with the Gurneys. See page 200 of Cecilia Lucy Brightwell. Memoir of Amelia Opie. London: Religious Tract Society, 1855. Web. Internet Archive. 7 Aug. 2013.
 Hannah Buxton née Gurney, wife of Sir Thomas Fowell Buxton. See Olwyn Mary Blouet. “Buxton, Sir Thomas Fowell, first baronet (1786-1845).” Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Oxford University Press, 2004.
 Ellen Gurney, née Foster (1814-1892) See Richard Kirby. “Gurney, Samuel (1816-1882).” Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Oxford University Press, 2004. Web. 27 July 2018.
 Possibly Rose Margaret Redgrave, née Bacon, wife of Robert Redgrave RA, who were prominent in the Norfolk community. However, no death of a sister can be found in the likely date range. See Kathryn Moore Heleniak, “Redgrave, Richard (1804-1888), Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Oxford UP, 2004.
 Anna Gurney, daughter of Joseph John Gurney. See page 219 of Menzies-Wilson and Lloyd.