Correspondence Type

ALS / Autograph Letter Signed

Date

7-16-1893

Date Note

July 16, 1893

Location (Sent From)

London, England

Location (Sent To)

Florence, Italy

Description

May go in September with Helen Dunham to see Lady Agnew in Wigtonshire; would also visit while there Miss Orr Ewing Dryburgh Abbey and the Hays at Melrose; leaves tomorrow to stay with the Wards in Hertfordshire, then Lady Ponsonby, then the Ranee at Wimbledon; called on Mrs. Cyril Flower who had changed her name to Lady Battersea, "doesn't it sounds like the queen of the washerwomen?"

Letter Number

687

Sheet Count

2

Page Count

8

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