Documents associated with: Saint Stephen's Review (London)
Record 6 of 7
System Number: 07999
Date: [2 October 1889]
Recipient: Charles James Whistler Hanson
Repository: Library of Congress
Call Number: Manuscript Division, Pennell-Whistler Collection, PWC 1/43/10
Document Type: AL
What is the meaning of this letter of yours -
You write as though you were most satisfied with the way in which you are attending to your duties as though I certainly ought to be so too! -
You say nothing in reply to my question as to what you have done during my absence - and in what way you
my you have [deleted word, illegible] been of any service to either yourself or any one else - Not a word in reply! -
I enclosed you a letter from Peter Robinsons lawyer, with copies of what I wished you to write to them - you simply take no notice whatever! - -
What does it all mean? -
Today no Pall Mall has come - How is that? We should never be a single day without it - you have been told -
C. J. Hanson Esq.
25. Margaretta Terrace -
[postmark:] AMSTERDAM 2 - 8 V / 2 / OCT / 89
1. [2 October 1889]
Dated from postmark.
Place from postmark.
The letter was written in pencil, the envelope in purple ink.
6. the Vale
No. 2, The Vale, King's Road, Chelsea inhabited by JW and Maud Franklin from c.1886 until June 1888 and his marriage, then let out.
9. Pall Mall
Probably the Pall Mall Gazette.
11. St Stephens Review
Article not identified.