Lady De Courcy is a character in Lady Susan. She is the mother of Mr. Reginald De Courcy and Catherine Vernon. Her husband, Sir Reginald De Courcy, has a very large estate and fortune, but is very infirm, according to Mrs. Johnson.
She often writes to her daughter Catherine, and hears all about the relationship between Lady Susan Vernon and her daughter Frederica Vernon. Catherine feels sorry for Frederica and is annoyed that her brother, Reginald, always takes Lady Susan's side because she is a beautiful lady.
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- ↑ Letter 9: MRS JOHNSON TO LADY SUSAN