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System Number: 11172
Date: [6 March 1885][1]
Author: JW
Place: [London]
Recipient: Helen Lenoir[2]
Place: [London]
Repository: Library of Congress
Call Number: Manuscript Division, Pennell-Whistler Collection PWC 8/448
Document Type: TLc


It is the fault of that wicked D'Oyley Carte[3], dear Miss Lenoir that I was not on my knees at your feet directly you arrived! - all of which shall be explained - for am I not longing to see you! - May I come tomorrow evening - instead of the morning? Say at about 6 o'clock or 6.30 - or will you be there later on as you used to be - say at about 10 o'clock -

Or better still will you both dine with me at 8 o'clock tomorrow and then we can talk all matters over -

One little word in answer - or a wire tomorrow morning -

Always,

[butterfly signature]


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[March 6 1885.]

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Notes:

1.  [6 March 1885]
Dated from postmark. A typed note gives rough details of the envelope bearing a date and butterfly signature.

2.  Helen Lenoir
Helen Lenoir (1852-1913), née Coupar Black, actress and stage manager [more].

3.  D'Oyley Carte
Richard D'Oyly Carte (1844-1901), impresario and property developer [more].