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System Number: 11848
Date: 24 [February?] 1863[1]
Author: Isaac Henry Keene[2]
Place: London
Recipient: James Anderson Rose[3]
Place: London
Repository: Library of Congress
Call Number: Manuscript Division, Pennell-Whistler Collection, PWC 2/48/59/1
Document Type: ALS


8 Kennington Green

24th [Feby?] 1863

Dr Sir

haveing [sic] been last evening informed by a Gentleman from your Office that you wished to know if I would let No. 7 Lindsey Row Chelsea to a Mr Wistler [sic] for 3 Years I beg to say that I should consider any one in whome [sic] you recommended as a very eligable [sic] Tenant - on a former occasion[4] of [p. 2] Mr Wistler applying his references were not sufficient - and he required too many alterations and I declined him - if you think the letting likely to be satisfactory as between Landlord & Tenant I shall be quite satisfied

Yours very truly

I. H. Keene

Rose Esquire
Sent to Strand[5].


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Notes:

1.  24 [February?] 1863
The writer's abbreviation for February is unclear (his writing and spelling are erratic).

2.  Isaac H. Keene
Isaac Henry Keene, builder, landlord of 7 Lindsey Row [more].

3.  James Anderson Rose
James Anderson Rose (1819-1890), solicitor [more].

4.  former occasion
See letter from C. W. Downes to JW, 9 January 1863, #11857, regarding alterations and repairs needed for 7 Lindsey Row.

5.  Sent to Strand
Rose's office was at 11, Salisbury Street, Strand.