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Record 271 of 280
System Number: 04829
Date: [7 November 1901]
Recipient: Rosalind Birnie Philip
Repository: Glasgow University Library
Call Number: MS Whistler P469
Document Type: ALS
This, Major, you can have in your packet to fire off, in case tomorrow's replies & general developement [sic] make it the right thing -
I am to see Webb - he is coming here where I am staying with the fog - in the throat - but not very bad -
I need not say how furious with the Kelly fellow, dd type! -
Shall wire when to use - & you [p. 2] of course deliver yourself into the hand of Boddington [sic] -.
With love to both
Webb has been here today too - and was dispatched -
'NOV 7th 1901'á
110. Rue du Bac
[stamp x 6:] POSTAGE AND INLAND REVENUE / ONE PENNY
[stamp:] POSTAGE & REVENUE / ONE HALFPENNY
[postmark:] CONTINENTAL [NIGHT MAIL?] / O. X. / * / NO 7 / 01
[postmark on verso:] 9 PARIS 9 / DISTRIBUTION / 7 * / 8 - 11 / 01
1. [7 November 1901]
Dated from the postmark, and from the day of the week.
2. Rosalind Birnie Philip
Rosalind Birnie Philip (1873-1958), JW's sister-in-law [more]. She had complained to JW of Kelly's conduct, #04828. She replied to JW on 7 November 1901, #04830. She called JW the 'General'; she was the 'Major'.
9. 'NOV 7th 1901'
Written on the envelope in another hand.