D. Chesterfield to Kathleen, London, [April 6, 1900?]

Add MSS 412
Box 6 Files 4-10


Dearest – how sweet of you to send me those delicious flowers they are so sweet & always speak so to me. Thank you 1000 times. I had always been wanting to take you up some when in the Hospital but I never got out. Now it is so much better. I cd not write even when you sent dear. I had betters innumerable to see & never had one moment till night. I cant think how I let the post go without one line. I hope you & yr Father will lunch with us to-morrow Harry wrote as I was so busy. but you are going on Saturday & I shd so love to se you & know yr Father. I ask no one else as I knew you wd not like it

so à demain

dear I do hope

yr very affecte

D. Chesterfield


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This collection of letters has been digitized from an earlier transcription project and is for informational purposes only. This transcription has not been verified against the originals. Researchers interested in these letters should consult the original documents housed at the BC Archives.

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