Documents associated with: Paris, Cour d'appel de
Record 4 of 12
System Number: 04720
Date: [14 October 1897]
Recipient: Rosalind Birnie Philip
Repository: Glasgow University Library
Call Number: MS Whistler P360
Document Type: ALS
My dear Major & Bunnie -
I write in the most awful haste (which I will tell you about) to say how shocked & grieved I was to read this morning what you tell me of your Mothers health -
You must of course spare nothing to get her well - Bunnie I hope will stay [p. 2] on all through - that you may help each other - I leave tomorrow night or Sunday morning - Dont be troubled about me - I must first go to the Chatham - that I may see Beurdeley the first thing - then I will cross -
Here is cheque -
a bientot -
With the kindest things to you all - & tell your Mother that she must get well at once!
This with my warmest and best affections
If you think an English Doctor better for her - it really might be for he would be more ready to understand her daily regime - the whisky &c which might necessitate other remedies -
What do you think of the old Doctor? the [Hon.?] - I forget his name
aux soins de
Monsieur McNeill Whistler
110. Rue du Bac.
[stamp:] POSTAGE & REVENUE / 2d
[stamp:] POSTAGE & REVENUE / 2½d
[postmark:] [TOTTENHAM] CT RD / [...] / OC 14 / 97 / W
[postmark on verso:] 9 PARIS 9 / DISTRIBUTION / 8E 15 / OCT / 97
[postmark on verso:] 9 PARIS 9 / (DISTRIBUTION) / 1E 16 / OCT / 97
1. [14 October 1897]
Dated from the postmark.
The stationery has a deep mourning border.
Written in the left margin.