Marseille [20 June], 54 Cours Napoléon, Ajaccio, Corse [3, 6 July], de Canelle d'Orcino [6, 10 Aug., 14 Sept.] - Ceccaldi writes of a trip with lost luggage in Marseille, and on 3 July writes that he received many items from her on his return, including a portrait of [Robert Ranulph] Marett; he has found grave faults in Ptolemy regarding the position of Corsica and finds it difficult as geographers don’t work with antiquities and philologists don’t work with geography or astronomy, notes it would have been useful to consult Salomon Reinach; tells the story of sending his calculations to Andre Berthelot; thanks her for sending two copies of 'Essais et souvenirs' by Mme de Pange. He writes he is about to go to the country on 6 July; is getting maps from Geneva that he never found in Paris; hopes that she will rest herself; understands that the library at Trinity is not in perfect order, but advises her to only do what is essential. On 6 Aug. he writes that the most recent work by Roberto Almagià is wrong about the origin of Fra Leandro’s map of Corsica; approves of their proposed trip to Berne, Paris, Riviera, Ajaccio; suggests the title 'Regains' for the French translation [of 'Aftermath'?]. He writes how quiet they are in the country on 10 Aug., and notes they are getting water, telephone, and electricity. On 14 Sept., the post has been delayed while the election of Landry and Chiappe have been taking place; is pleased to hear that they are already looking at proofs of 'Aftermath'.