Item 117 - Letter from E. P. Arnold to George Otto Trevelyan

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Letter from E. P. Arnold to George Otto Trevelyan


  • 6 Mar 1885 (Creation)

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Wixenford, Eversley. - Glad that Bobby's report [originally enclosed] is again 'a satisfactory one': he has done 'well all round' and would have done very well with a 'little more briskness'. Feels his 'continued rapid growth' may be slowing progress, so has suggested to the Matron [Elizabeth Bartlett?] she should ask Mrs Trevelyan if he can take the tonic he took last year for a few weeks. His conduct has been excellent, and 'with the approval of all the masters' he has been given the senior boys' 'little privileges of walking alone etc'; thinks he has 'just the kind of character that grows with increasing responsibilities'. Thinks Bobbie intends to work hard and be higher in class by the end of term; he 'did decidedly best' in the Greek exercises they are just beginning.

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