Hello again! This time I've got a period piece to translate and the following interaction left me a bit puzzled. I wonder if you are more familiar with a bit older English. The surroundings are set in the 18th century and at the very beginning we see two ladies engaging in the following conversation: "-What's it you running from York, miss Collins? -I've heard London has much to recommend it." There's not much background I can give you, other than it appears that the ladies don't know each other very well and seem to just exchange a few words in a social event. I'm grateful for any ideas.