Letter from James Martineau to H. C. Beeton

ReadAboutContentsHelp
This is a scanned version of the original document in the Abernethy Manuscripts Collection at Middlebury College.

Pages That Need Transcription

p.
Complete

p.

35 Gordon Square, London, ] ?] Mar. 23. 1895. Dear Mr. Beeton, Accept my sincere thanks for your kind words of congratulation. They will be no worse for the keeping and will be faithfully remembered by me, if I am still here on the 21st, April, when they reach their intended date. I have indeed every reason

Last edit 12 months ago by shashathree
p.
Complete

p.

to be grateful for the immunity from the infirmities of age. I only hope that I shall understand it as a call to relax in no duty or service that may still be possible to such portion of energy as may remain unspent. I shall be very happy to welcome a call from you, as you kindly propose, whenever you find it convenient after

Last edit 12 months ago by shashathree
p.
Complete

p.

your return to London. I am, dear Sir, Yours very sincerely, James Martineau H. C. Beeton, Sr

Last edit 12 months ago by shashathree
Displaying all 3 Page