D. Chesterfield to Kathleen, London, March 28, [1897]

BCARS
Add MSS 421
Box 6 Files 4-10

26,EGERTON GARDENS
s.w.
March 28th

Dear Miss O’Reilly
I cannot tell you how I thank you & feel so touched by yr kind thought of me sending me those lovely violets it was too sweet and dear of you. Thank you many many times. I do love the flowers so – an envoi des fleurs that goes straight to my heart

Be sure to come & see me when you come back to London – just send me a little line to say if you will lunch or tea one day that I may be at home. I heard from my son yesterday – he seems well & had much enjoyed a trip they had taken to [?] & getting away from the Harbour w11 they dont seem to care about.

Ever ys very sincerely

D. Chesterfield(*1)

I have been so long of writing I am sorry but I mislaid yr note & did not know yr address. Do forgive me.

 

(*1) – 2020 – D. Chesterfield is Dorothea (Hay) Scudamore-Stanhope, Countess of Chesterfield, and Harry Stanhope’s mother.

 

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