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for lunch. The cloak room presented a remarkable
sight of mixed French & British hats. I had a
gorgeous lunch, french cooking, & a large bottle
of Vin ordinaire - & it all cost 1/9. Hablish &
the driver went to a cheaper place, spent 2/6
each & came away hungry.

Sunday 14th Sept. I do not seem to be making very good
progress with this letter & now I must go ahead &
reach the limit & tell you as much as I can & post it.
But really, there is much to do here. The Coy we
changed places with are the oldest Coy & have the
reputation of being the best one - but the more
I have seen & hear of them, the worse they
compare with mine. They had been here for a really
long time, & I expected to find the defense
scheme all in good working order & P.A.D. &
Sire, & standing orders all ready just to take
over & carry on. But there was more or less
nothing & what there was, is all balls. So that
means that I have had to get down to it,
& I am still in the throws. Goodness only knows
how the other Coy will go on where I have come
from. Also, the annoying part is that we are
looked upon as nothing here. I have already set
about to correct that impression & shall continue
to do so. I do not want all the work I have
had for the last few months - but I do
insist on just a little more limelight &
cetainly not to occupy an inferior position

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