Documents associated with: Ionides, Alexander Constantine
Record 3 of 22
7. Lindsey Row
Old Battersea bridge
I am very much grieved[.] Your letter owing to a false direction only reached me yesterday -
You put Cheyne Walk as the address! - I shall call this morning on our cousins and make excuses for my aparent [sic] queer conduct - Can't you give a peep in tomorrow [p. 2] afternoon - I shall go to the Greeks at about 3. - If I haven't reached London Street my dear Tom it is only because as you know I have been madly at work until the last moment -
1. [April 1863/1867?]
April 1863 is the earliest date at which JW could have written from 7 Lindsey Row. The letter may well date from later in his period there, up until 1867.
Written at the top, in pencil, in another hand.
6. 'Artist's autograph'
Written in pencil in another hand.