Item 187 - Letter from R. C. Trevelyan to Caroline Trevelyan

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Letter from R. C. Trevelyan to Caroline Trevelyan


  • 6 Feb 1912 (Creation)

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The Shiffolds. - The doctor has been and 'seems quite satisfied'; of course Bessie's recovery will be 'slower than usual' [after her premature birth of a dead child] but there is 'no need for anxiety any more'. She 'seems quite cheerful this morning''; thinks she is very glad nurse Godwin is there. Still, they will keep nurse Fry for now, and perhaps she will stay when nurse Godwin has to go, or they may get nurse Shepherd. The weather is much warmer, which is good.

Is very glad Charles and Mary are better and can return to London. Has many letters to write, so perhaps will stop now, but will 'send a line tomorrow morning'.

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