H. Stanhope to Kathleen, London, [January 1897]

Add MSS 412
Box 6 File 3


Dear Miss O’Reilly

I dont know whether you stayed in town or went down to Folkestone for the Sunday but I’m afraid I had’nt a minute to go

& call at Bailey’s Hotel. I spent the day packing, and it seems as if the last fortnight had quite played me out. I daresay it will be rather a relief to get away. I wish everything had’nt come all together, and that I could have seen some more of you. I did like seeing you again so much and I shall always look forward to any future chance of meeting. I should like a trip out to British Columbia. I am just off to Euston. so Good-bye & wishing you every happiness. sincerely yours

Harry Stanhope


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This collection of letters has been digitized from an earlier transcription project and is for informational purposes only. This transcription has not been verified against the originals. Researchers interested in these letters should consult the original documents housed at the BC Archives.

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