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The final volume of abridged text covers the later years at Letheringsett, near the small port of Blakeney. The diarist's son William becomes lord of the manor by his purchase of the 350-acre property adjoining his childhood home and farm, where he continues to live with his parents and sister. The touring Church of England Evangelicals arrive on the scene, Mary Hardy following them around north Norfolk while remaining a committed Methodist. William buys his first and only seagoing ship Nelly, but she is wrecked with the loss of all on board. The following year the diarist's only daughter, Mary Ann, marries a widowed farmer; in 1806 a grandson is born. The set of four volumes is offered at a special price (ISBN 978-0-9573360-4-9), where you can read more about this lavishly illustrated and annotated edition of the diary.