H. Stanhope to Kathleen, Followed March 7, [1900]

Add MSS 412
Box 6 Files 4-10


Dear Miss O’Reilly

It was very nice to see you again. I’m so sorry about all the trouble you have had, and I hope you will soon find your father pull round. I always take the most gloomy and despondent view if things. I cant help it – its my nature to. So it sounds to me rather odd suggesting to you that you should not do the same as me, which I thought yesterday you were rather inclined to do. If you are writing to my mother please avoid the word influenza with regard to the “Beagle” & delay in paying off. she has such a horror of it. I have had to travel with her, & the compartment reeking of peppermint, eucalyptus & every kind of horror. What good news on the anniversary of Maj[?] Hill. Hoping to see when next in town.

Ever yours sincerely

Harry Stanhope



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