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System Number: 09929
Date: [5 November 1900][1]
Author: JW
Place: London
Recipient: Jonathan Sturges[2]
Place: London
Repository: Princeton University Library, Princeton, NJ
Call Number: Department of Rare Books and Special Collections, Gen MSS [Misc.], CO 140 , Box WH, Whistler Folder, subfolder 1-2
Credit Line: Published with permission of Princeton University Library
Document Type: ALS


[monogram:] WH[3]
5, NORFOLK STREET.
PARK LANE. W.

My dear Jonathan -

Heinemann who had to rush out, while I have to stay in, because of a bit of a cold, has begged me to write and ask you to come and dine with us tomorrow -

Try and manage it Jonathan for I am [p. 2] leaving here on Wednesday or the next morning - et Voilà -

How are you - and what news from the various camps? -

Always

J McN W

Monday. eveg.


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Envelope:

To
Jonathan Sturges: Esq
Longs Hotel
New Bond Street
[stamp:] POSTAGE AND INLAND REVENUE / ONE PENNY
[postmark:] LONDON - 41 / 1215 [AM?] / NO 6 / 00


Notes:

1.  [5 November 1900]
Dated from the postmark; it was written and posted late on 5 November.

2.  Jonathan Sturges
Jonathan Sturges (1864-1911), author and translator [more].

3.  WH
This letter is written on the headed notepaper of William Heinemann (1863-1920), publisher [more].