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System Number: 11560
Date: [June/July 1891?][1]
Author: JW
Place: London
Recipient: Moreton Frewen[2]
Place: [London]
Repository: The Pierpont Morgan Library, New York
Call Number: MA 4477
Document Type: ALS


21, CHEYNE WALK,
CHELSEA.

My dear Frewen -

I am really very much annoyed to think that I cannot possibly manage it for Thursday - It would be absurd too that you should go away to hotter climes (London can be so hot![)] - without our having that famous conversation - -

There is so much that I want to hear - What is to be done? -

Lunch is not for me - the day light [p. 2] is all booked for the present -

Will you dine with me on Saturday - Century Club - 12. Grafton Street? -

I have just come back from Paris - and before that I had fun in the shades of Influenza for at least a couple of months - -

[butterfly signature]

Send me a wire in the morning -


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Notes:

1.  [June/July 1891?]
Dated from reference to 'flu (see #09937, #08136).

2.  Moreton Frewen
Moreton Frewen (1853-1924), MP for North-east Cork, and economist [more].