Eliza Chasteney

Whilst she cannot be too thankfull to Divine Providence, for her merciful preservation under the late trying events, she is deeply grateful for the kind and generous sympathy the public have shown her, and begs most earnestly to return her sincere thanks to those kind friends, who have so liberally subscribed to the fund benevolently raised in her behalf, and she also trusts that her future life and conduct will be such that, as not to forfeit the good opinion they have formed of her.

Ref: Norwich Mercury, 2 June 1849, Page 2