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System Number: 05257
Date: [21 September 1890][1]
Author: George W. Rowe[2]
Place: London
Recipient: JW
Place: [London]
Repository: Glasgow University Library
Call Number: MS Whistler R153
Document Type: ALS


Sunday,

8, CRANLEY PLACE,
ONSLOW GARDENS.
S. W.

My dear Master,

So many thanks for the copies of the "Whirlwind[3]"

Mr. Graham Ellis'[4] account, which Stands uncontradicted, is [p. 2] I should think, sufficient to convince the most unbelieving of believers, be he Jew, Journalist, or Art Critic, that Mr. Moore[5] got what he [p. 3] richly deserved, and that administered in the most deft fashion -

Alas! we have unfortunately to go out of town this morning -

Sincerely yours,
With love from [p. 4] Madam[6] to you both[7],

George W. Rowe


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Notes:

1.  [21 September 1890]
This is a reply to JW's letter, #13265. Dated by reference to Whirlwind, 20 September 1890 (see below).

2.  George W. Rowe
George W. Rowe, lawyer, third husband of Louise Jopling [more].

3.  Whirlwind
Newly established journal (see #11302). Copies of JW's letters, #09460, #13260, #13194, #13195 and #09461, published in 'Mr. Whistler and the St. James's Gazette', Whirlwind, 20 September 1890.

4.  Mr. Graham Ellis'
Graham Ellis, possibly a journalist [more]. His letter was written on [13 September 1890], #13261.

5.  Mr. Moore
Augustus Martin Moore (d. 1918), journalist and acting manager [more].

6.  Madam
Louise Jopling (1843-1933), née Goode, later Mrs Jopling-Rowe, artist [more].

7.  both
Beatrix Whistler (1857-1896), née Beatrice Philip, artist [more].