D. Chesterfield to Peter, London, March 21, [1900]

BCARS
Add MSS 412
Box 6 Files 4-10

March 21st
26, EGERTON GARDENS,
S.W.

Dear Mr. O’Reilly

Thank you so for writing to me I am so sorry about yr dear child whereever did she pick up measles. poor dear – but I am thankful she is going on well. Do give her my kindest love & tell her she must be very very careful not to catch cold when getting well. I do hope the wind will go out of the East soon for it is so bitter. What an annoyance for you to have to move. Will you do me a kindness & tell me yr address when you leave the Hotel & how she bore the moving her. this will be kind of you. I do so like yr dear girl & am always interested in her. May I tell you how grieved I was for all yours & her sorrow lately. I hope you & I will meet some day soon & Believe me always yrs sincerely

D. Chesterfield

I hope you are much better

 

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