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System Number: 00639
Date: 8 October 1902
Author: Dr. J. Coert[1]
Place: The Hague
Recipient: JW
Place: [London]
Repository: Glasgow University Library
Call Number: MS Whistler C140
Document Type: ALS


DR. J. COERT,
MÉDECIN DE LA MAISON DE S. M. REINE DES PAYS-BAS.
LA HAYE,

8 Oct. 1902

Dear Mr Whistler,

The letter of Miss Philip[2] of 15 Sept and mine of the same date have crossed each other. I suppose you received my reply also at 17 Sept. I am very anxious to hear anything about you and hope you will get much better.

[p. 2] Did you require a physician? It was most necessary you did so for constant medical control.

Mrs Coert[3] and I send you our kindest compliments, also for the ladies. We remember as always the interesting hours of your visits with the greatest pleasure, and shall be glad to receive a good [p. 3] account of you.

Yours very Sincerely

Dr. J Coert


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Notes:

1.  Dr. J. Coert
Dr J. Coert, physician [more]. In July 1902, JW became critically ill while on holiday in Holland with C. L. Freer. Dr Coert, doctor to the Queen of Holland, was brought in to attend him.

2.  Miss Philip
Rosalind Birnie Philip (1873-1958), JW's sister-in-law [more].

3.  Mrs Coert
Mrs Coert, wife of Dr J. Coert.