A1E Or3 St 21
64,queen’ s qate,
Dear Miss O’Reilly.
I am so sorry I missed you today [?] [?] [?] [?] the small boy’s house for much of the day. Both Charlie & s send you much sympathy I know which you will feel about your brother going off. God be with him. somehow I feel he is safer up in the air. Do propose yourself to lunch or tea one day. Lady Chesterfield is still in the North with Mrs.Davidson & I hope wont be back yet a while. She will [?]the mental & [?] storm (gloom?] of London
Adele s. Stanhope
I wanted so much to have Capt Stanhope up for a few days but it would be madness which these Zippe[?]visits go on. He does not sound much better
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