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Letter from Maurice Llewelyn Davies to his brother Arthur on his engagement to Sylvia, 27 March 1890.
27 March 
My dear Arthur,
I must just send you a line to say how immensely interested and pleased I am to hear of this news. I got a letter from mother also this morning; she seems exceedingly happy. I have not the slightest doubt, even before making Miss du Maurier's acquaintance, that we shall all like her immensely, as I put great faith in your discrimination!
I am (selfishly) very glad that your plans for coming to Liverpool are not upset, but I fear you will feel it more an exile than ever.
I hope to be at K.L. for Good Friday and Easter Day, and to make Miss du Maurier's acquaintance then.
I hope your present happiness will continue and grow (if possible) and lead "to an age so blest that by its side / Youth seems the waste instead."
Always your affect. brother,
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