D. Chesterfield to Kathleen, London, January 29

Add MSS4 1.2
Box 6 Files 4-10

JanY 29th

My dearest

I was so sorry not to ring [?] myself to-day to you. I am so glad you are better. I do hope you wont go out today in this bitter cold unless quite right – it is too vexing when I am sure you have lots to do & is Folkestone good for you. why dent they come up & see you? it wd be much better. I am sorry yr brother is not well either. do put off another week? it will be better for you both I am sure.

I have just been having a talk with Harry on the telephone he is back from his visit and seems alright. he asked if you were coming to dinner today. I got yr kind note saty night. Let me hear from you to-morrow morg

Darling ever
& loving

D. Chesterfield

Love to [?] Frank you musnt come out tomorrow night either

[written vertically]

if still seedy at all [?] as I shd be – we will see in the morg


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