Documents associated with: Standard, The (London)
Record 16 of 31
System Number: 08540
Date: [8 or 15 March 1901]
Recipient: William Heinemann
Repository: Library of Congress
Call Number: Manuscript Division, Pennell-Whistler Collection, PWC
Document Type: ALS
PROP. ALB. BOSSHARDT-REICHEN
À M. .........
I scarcely expected you would cross last night - and was not at all surprised at your telegram - Still nine passengers arrived this morning! and the boat got in quite early - so perhaps it was not so bad on the water as on the land! -
Letters have come for you - and I am sending them right on to you by the advice of the landlord - he says you receive them tomorrow morning -
They go by this afternoons boat to Marseilles - There is, it appears, also a registered letter for you at the P. O. & a small parcel - They will be told to forward them - I have just wired all this -
Weather miserable! I am [p. 2] tired [
two illegible words] of it - This endless doing nothing! and think I shall try & get back - though the getting away is as difficult as the getting here! -
Letters take an endless time -
You had a Standard also - but I have collared that foolish paper! -
De Wet ist noch einmal fort! - and they have bagged another body of Britishers!
Just wire a line to say what day you think you can look in!
Whistler Ajaccio is sufficient - & the Island belongs to me now.
Very nice of you to send me new book! -
1. [8 or 15 March 1901]
Dated by address and almanac; '' inserted by another hand at the top.
A London newspaper.