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26, EGERTON GARDENS,
I loved to have yr kind letter dear & to hear of you. Thank you so much . I am all right & really the heat does not disagree with me . I am having some massage just now for knee leg [?] W11 I thought wd be a good thing – before going to Scotland. I expect to go on the 30th this is my best address always – as they always know where I am. What a blessing the strike is over. it has been a terrible state of affairs as to Liverpool. pandemonia too awful but of course almost the scum of the earth seem to live there. I am so glad you are with dear Lady Seymour to cheer her & help her. whilst the admiral is along & then children are always cheery. even if only allowed to see little of them still they are in the house & seem to brighten the very atmosphere. Oh that plague of wasps is awful every where at breakfast my Charlie used to be slaughtering them all the time ! sometimes I came down late & was alone so I had the windows shut & none appeared then. So glad you had news of those naughty brothers of yours!! you must have been glad Harry seems quite happy at Homburg & has a good many friends having various baths & sound better certainly – Yes the Black forest ones seem well & happy baths certainly doing lady good. The posters have “Hurrah the strike is over” they have an enormous meeting in the Park today – my Charlie cd not get here this morning no trains going at all but tomorrow I suppose [?] they will be going again
Ever so much fond love dear one. yr always affec1Y
Love to LY Seymour
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