Documents associated with: law
Record 274 of 280
System Number: 04832
Date: [9 November 1901]
Recipient: Rosalind Birnie Philip
Repository: Glasgow University Library
Call Number: MS Whistler P472
Document Type: ALS
Only this time to tell you that I have written a capital letter of instruction, so Webb says, to Boddington about Carmen - For after reading your report this morning I felt more
anxious the danger of Carmen & Rossi both bolting while the "Counsellors of the American [p. 2] Embassy sat blandly waiting for her! -
I told him how she was to be caught - and will send you copy by tomorrows post -
Hessel will probably have to come over as witness to perjure himself in the box -
Everything is all right now it is true with the Kelly business, and the last letter I sent you for presentation to Boddington not necessary & can be burned - Still you will be able to see the other one - Webb's
Did you show it to him? -
I mean you will manage to see that Boddington understands that you are
not "turned over to him" because such was our pleasure -
However that's all right - & now one thing: -
Kelly said in one of his letters something about the possibility of your bringing Carmen up there - you have read what I said - and [p. 4] on no account allow any silliness of them to bring you into contact with any of the criminals. -
Bunnie my dear why have you nothing to say to me! -
Bonsoir! both -
This goes -
I hope you have no coughs & troubles of that kind - Awful it has been - & I am not out yet!
'NOV. 9th / 1901'To
110. Rue du Bac -
Faubourg St Germain
[stamp: x 6] POSTAGE AND INLAND REVENUE / ONE PENNY
[stamp: x 6] POSTAGE & REVENUE / ONE HALFPENNY
[postmark:] CONTINENTAL NIGHT MAIL / O.X. / * / NO 9 / 01
1. [9 November 1901]
Dated by the postmark and the date written in another hand on the envelope.
The stationery has a mourning border.
11. 'NOV. 9th 1901'
Date written in another hand.