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Letter from Arthur to Dolly Ponsonby re Theodore's death, 31 July 1905.
[Not in Peter's Morgue]
[NOT IN MORGUE]
[Arthur to Dolly Ponsonby]
July 31 1905
My dear Dolly
Thank you very much for your letter of sympathy. It was kind of you to wrote. The loss of Theodore is a terribly heavy blow to all of us. No one was ever a better son or brother.
I wish there was some prospect of seeing you again. We hope some time soon to have another summer of Rustington – even overgrown, overcrowded Rustington. Will not you come to see us at Berkhamsted? We could take you all in quite easily. From the middle of September we shall be settled at home.
A Ll Davies
[AB: This letter was one of several found by Nico, and clearly one that Peter never saw, at any rate while compiling his Morgue otherwise he would surely have commented on it.]
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