Item 28 - Letter from Caroline Trevelyan to Elizabeth Trevelyan

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Letter from Caroline Trevelyan to Elizabeth Trevelyan


  • 24 June 1915 (Creation)

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Written 'In the train'. - Sorry to hear that Julian is unwell; expects the 'trying weather', with hot sun and east wind, has given him a chill. Will be settled at Wallington in a few days, so if Elizabeth thinks he will be better there she should send him. Had a good visit to Annie, who is 'much quieter and less excited' than she was; they had a lunch party yesterday and 'two very elderly relations' came. Is reading the [Emma] book and getting interested, though finds it hard 'to remember which generation they belong to'. Very glad Elizabeth was able 'to help the lady with the beautiful voice.

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