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The Corresponence of James McNeil Whistler
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System Number: 04021
Date: [April/June 1892][1]
Author: Lillian Warren Spencer-Churchill[2]
Place: London
Recipient: JW
Place: [London]
Repository: Glasgow University Library
Call Number: MS Whistler M292
Document Type: ALS


[coronet crest]

3, CARLTON HOUSE TERRACE.
S. W.

Sunday.

Dear Mr. Whistler:

Will you see us, Tuesday at 3 o'c rather than tomorrow? The Duke[3] has to go to the House of Lords Monday afternoon - and [p. 2] besides before we do go to see you we want to get both the fur [Crest?] and the Dress Robes, We could hardly be down tomorrow.

We will then be at your house [p. 3] at 3 o'c Tuesday, unless it should not be convenient for you - in which case, Would you send me a line?

[p. 4] Believe me
Yours very truly

L. Marlborough


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Notes:

1.  [April/June 1892]
Dated by the reference to sittings (see note below).

2.  Lillian Warren Spencer-Churchill
Lillian Warren Spencer-Churchill (d. 1909), née Price, Duchess of Marlborough [more].

3.  Duke
George Charles Spencer-Churchill (1844-1892), 8th Duke of Marlborough [more]. JW drew the Duke in his robes but the portrait went no further (see r. and v.: Study for a proposed portrait of the Duke Marlborough (M.1337)).