Item 104 - Letter from R. C. Trevelyan to George Trevelyan

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Letter from R. C. Trevelyan to George Trevelyan


  • [1885?] (Creation)

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Thanks his father for his letter. It will be 'nice to live at Grosvenor Crescent'; supposes there will be 'more room' than at Ennismore Gardens. There was a 'frost of 6 degrees' the night before last. Robert and his classmates are studying Virgil and Euripides'; thinks they will start on Homer when they have finished the current play. They are still playing cricket, but it is 'growing so cold' he expects they will soon begin football. They are going to stop doing the [school news]paper, 'because nobody cares anything about it, no more does Mr Arnold, no more do I'.

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