Document associated with: Metzsch, Karl Georg Levin von
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System Number: 00945
Date: [June/December 1901]
Recipient: [Karl Georg Levin von Metzsch-Reichenbach]
Repository: Glasgow University Library
Call Number: MS Whistler D151
Document Type: MsLd
His Excellency Herr Von Metzsch.
I beg to thank you for your most courteous letter. informing me of my appointment to the Royal Academy,
The gracious tidings therein contained have been delayed in reaching me because of long absence and much travelling abroad -
I would pray your Excellency to convey to
the distinguished members my emminent confreres of the Royal Academy of Dresden my high great sense of the great honour dignity conferred upon me by my admission into their august body.
And I would even venture to ask that through your Excellency's kind offices the respectful expression of my thanks, and
my profound appreciation may reach the ear of be transmitted His most Gracious Majesty. the King - who has so graciously deigned to confrères, the high the distinction conferred - bestowed upon me May I also embody with my gratitude my respectful - felicitations
And I have Sir the honour -
And I would even further venture to ask that through your Excellencys kind offices, my thanks be transmitted to His Majesty, together with the respectful expression of my profound appreciation of the Royal
confirmation - Sanction of the added lustre to the high honour conferred
1. [June/December 1901]
Dated by reference to travel (JW had been convalescing in Corsica) and by the watermark 'A. PIRIE & SONS / 1901'.
2. Karl Georg Levin von Metzsch-Reichenbach
Possibly written to Karl Georg Levin von Metzsch-Reichenbach (1836-1927), minister of foreign affairs.
4. informing me
All the corrections on this sheet are made in pencil - the original text is in black ink.
Added inthe left margin.
6. And I have...honour conferred
The remainder of the letter is in pencil.