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Portia at May 20, 2024 03:19 AM

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[Page 391]

1892? 344

53 Brompton Crescent
Wednesday Evg

My dear Bessie

I ws so very glad to receive
your note this morning, for
I began to wonder about you &
felt afraid some trouble
might be keeping you silent
I am so glad that you have
had such satisfaction dear
& it is really delightful that
Jack has made for himself
such a position as to ensure
welcome for George as you say
Indeed I rejoice for you & with you

It would be so delightful to see you at leisure
My dear Bessie – there is so much I should
enjoy talking over ! I am sure you are glad
to have your Brother in law & Mrs Onslow here
Always with love to Sybil & all ever
yr very affecte E M Falbe

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[Page 391]

1892? 344

53 Brompton Crescent
Wednesday Evg

My dear Bessie

I ws so very glad to receive
your note this morning, for
I began to wonder about you &
felt afraid some trouble
might be keeping you silent
I am so glad that you have
had such satisfaction dear
& it is really delightful that
Jack has made for himself
such a position as to ensure
welcome for George as you say
Indeed I rejoice for you & with you

It would be so delightful to see you at leisure
My dear Bessie – there is so much I should
enjoy talking over ! I am sure you are glad
to have your Brother in law & Mrs Onslow here
Always with love to Sybil & all ever
yr very affecte E M Falbe

[second page]
1892?
[indecipherable] on looking at your note
you ask the age of Katies girls
Violet 14 a fine girl but has
ond Ear quite deaf – what a pity
Olive a nice bright girl of 11
and Marjory 9. Marjory is
plainer than her sisters but
very bright indeed –

Katie does deserve credit for the
bringing up of her children
Colin the 2½ yr. old Baby must
be a very fine child –

I do feel for you dear in the loss

[pencil]
x Maria Kate, wife of George Hannibal Charles
Macarthur, R.N.