D. Chesterfield to Kathleen, London, March 30, [1900]

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Box 6 Files 4-10

March 30th

My dearest

I have never written you & yr Father was so kind I have again been a prisoner with a horrid cough it is much better & I have been a drive to day but all wrapped up in a close carriage[?] & not to walk a step to meet this wind Harry went to ask for you today & found out you had gone out. Do be very careful my dear child. You cant be too careful after measles. remember we are all so anxious about a nephew of mine Sir Duncan Hay who is terribly ill after an operation it is impossible to say how it will go but he is so young 171/2 only he has youth on his side wh is a wonderful help to recovery. God grant he will. Do ask yr Father to tell me how you really are & are you going for a little chance when you come back do tell me & let us meet. I shall be so glad to see you again

yr very affectl

D. Chesterfield


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