Item 100-106 - Seven letters from 'Jack' [François Ceccaldi] to 'Flaminica' [Lady Frazer]

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Seven letters from 'Jack' [François Ceccaldi] to 'Flaminica' [Lady Frazer]


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54 Cours Napoléon, Ajaccio, Corse - In the letter of 15 Feb., he thanks her for the Frazer Bibliography and 'La crainte des morts; is also reading Paul Valéry; in the letter of 18 Mar. he mentions the procession of [Notre Dame de] la Miséricorde going on that day and is happy to hear they are back in Britain, knows things will get better as they adjust to the new ways of doing things; in the letter of 10 Apr., he recounts a visit to the town where his parents lived and has his brother-in-law visiting for a week; later that month he comments that he is ashamed of his work compared to her active life and notes it is a pity that their trip to Glasgow is complicated by [Sir James] Macfarlane's absence; is happy to hear of their return to Cambridge (4 June); later that month he thanks her for her letter full of details of Berne and admires the second volume of ['Worship of the] Dead'.

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    Letter of 18 March and 10 April accompanied by an envelope addressed to the Howard Hotel, Norfolk Street, Strand, London. Letter of 23 April addressed to Trinity College.

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