H. Stanhope to Kathleen, [August 1900]

BCARS
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Box 6 Files 4-10

TELEGRAPH OFFICE, AMULREE.
KINLOCH
DUNKELD, N.B.
Sat.

Dear Miss O’Reilly

Many thanks for your letter. I have been touring about, and my mother appeared here a few days ago. I am going to take her to Peebleshire tomorrow. I have arranged for shooting &c till the end of September, and shall in all probability be in London some time in October & hope to see you before you leave for B.C. I hope your father is really in better health after Aix. There was great woe up here among the Erskines, at his the Admiral not getting Portsmouth. I should l like to see Admiral Hotham in Southsea society.

With kind regards to your father and yourself. Ever yours sincerely

Harry Stanhope

 

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