Item 52 - Letter from Caroline Trevelyan to Elizabeth Trevelyan

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Letter from Caroline Trevelyan to Elizabeth Trevelyan


  • 30 May 1906 (Creation)

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8 Grosvenor Crescent, S.W. - Glad that Elizabeth had 'such a satisfactory interview with the nurse'; hopes she will engage her in good time. Aunt Annie [Philips] seems to have enjoyed her visit to Elizabeth and Robert and to like the house and the view, though thinks it will be damp in the autumn. Unlucky it was so wet on Sunday so she could not see the view from [Leith Hill] Tower. She and Sir George are going to Welcombe on Friday; C[harles ]and M[ary] are going to the Lakes today; Pauline will stay at Rounton not with the Trevelyans. Sure Elizabeth will enjoy her Sunday visitors, and the 'fresh air on [her] hill will be delightful' now the weather is getting hot. Wishes they could go north, but she has to be back on the 18th for the Fedn [Women's Liberal Federation?] meetings. Has told Maria [Springett?] that Elizabeth may want a bed [at Grosvenor Crescent] on the 6th, but is sure Elizabeth will write herself to her in good time.

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