D. Chesterfield to Kathleen, Wimbledon, March 6, [1900]

Add MSS 412
Box 6 Files 4-10


March 6th

Dearest Miss O’Reilly

I was glad of yr letter telling me the good news of yr dear self & that there is nothing really wrong. You did so right to go to Thorne. I told you so but you seemed more inclined for Dr. Broadbent. I never send him out they say he is rather lugubrious!!

Do let me know when you decide about yr treatment the when & the where [?]. How delightful to find yr dear Father better it wd rejoice yr heart. he must be very precious to you. Has yr brother left yet? Yes my Harry is so wonderfully well it is the great joy to me to see all trace of that illness gone. I am staying with my Charlie & his wife. this is such a dear little place & later it will be bright there seem such masses of bulbs in the ground coming up. I am so much better in fact quite well again just need to be a little stronger still. but the quiet & heat again just cured me! My week in Staffordshire is what really did me good – such a thorough change – thanks for asking me to tell you about myself

Much love

Always affecte

D. Chesterfield


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