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System Number: 10823
Date: [7 March 1903][1]
Author: JW
Place: [London]
Recipient: William Heinemann[2]
Place: [London]
Repository: Library of Congress
Call Number: Manuscript Division, Pennell-Whistler Collection
Document Type: TLc


Of course you will have already got from German shop, the "Neue Deutsche Rundschau[3]," whatever that may be -

And if you look in at the office before going to the country, you might tell them to send it on to me at once -

You know it is too bad that an inferior "Ten o'clock[4]" should be going over Gerrmany, when if properly done, I think it would be much esteemed and appreciated -

The man had better in any case explain himself to me - and I think I shall write him a line -

You might come here on Monday afternoon at about 5.

Always

[butterfly signature]

What a beauty, this Butterfly!!

Don't forget you are charged with my kindest and warmest messages of gratitude to the Gracious Lady[5] who sent the beautiful flowers!


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Notes:

1.  [7 March 1903]
According to the copyist, the date was noted by the recipient.

2.  William Heinemann
William Heinemann (1863-1920), publisher [more].

3.  Neue Deutsche Rundschau
Ger., New German Review.

4.  Ten o'clock
Whistler, James McNeill, The Gentle Art of Making Enemies, London and New York, 1890.

5.  the Gracious Lady
Not identified.