A Romantic Love Letter written by Jane Baillie Welsh

A Romantic Love Letter written by Jane Baillie Welsh to Thomas Carlyle.

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It is believed that this romantic love letter was written October 3, 1826

…it is so easy a thing for you to lift me to Seventh Heaven! My soul was darker than midnight, when your pen said “let there be light.” and there was light as at the bidding of the Word… When I read in your looks and words that you love me, I feel it in the deepest part of my soul; and then I care not one straw for the whole Universe beside…


Written by Jane Baillie Welsh to Scottish essayist, Thomas Carlyle. This was her last letter to him before they married.

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