D. Chesterfield to Kathleen, London, August 17, [1900]

Add MSS 412
Box 6 Files 4-10

26, Egerton Gardens
Augt 17th

Dearest Child

I was so sorry about Sunday I did not think you wd go & Charlie was not very fit & seemed to want me with him – so I staid tho’ I shd like to have gone to church very much & then I shd have seen yr sweet little face again. C. is in rather a state of mind he has telegraphed for yr berth cabin & hopes it is right but he is not quite certain till he hears from you if he is to take the 2 berths I said by yr wire it is quite right. I shall tell or write Mrs. Bayliss about you I know you will like her very much so be sure & look out for her. do tell me if you liked Dr. Lorimer on Sunday Eveng. I heard it was a most beautiful sermon. I saw that Miss Gregory & she told me it was very hot & that you went & sat outside. You need not tell Charlie in writing that I have said anything to you about the Campania I am a little unsettled whether I shall go to Scotland on Thursday or not now as C. has to be here all next week.

I will write you from Scotland so will stop. Tell me about the sermon! [?] always dear

yr affecte

D. Chesterfield


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