Documents associated with: quarrel, (Leyland)
Record 18 of 40
System Number: 02584
Date: [18/25 July 1877?]
Recipient: Frederick Richards Leyland
Repository: Glasgow University Library
Call Number: MS Whistler L120
Document Type: ALd
Dear Leyland -
I find that after
themy extremely considerate letter I sent you written out of regard for simple statement answer I sent to the letter in which you assert in your odd an odd way that we are at variance to your letter I am still to made a means of discomfort and pain to your family -
[p. 2] Dear Leyland -
Surely you may have a quarrel with me, if it so be and yet not have recourse to the miserable means of
a family discour as offending your family through me -
2. Frederick Richards Leyland
Frederick Richards Leyland (1832-1892), ship-owner and art collector [more]. The quarrel arose partly over money but escalated when JW invited the press to visit Leyland's house and view his completed decoration of Harmony in Blue and Gold: The Peacock Room (YMSM 178).
This word has been re-instated by means of a dotted underline.
Frederick Richards Leyland (1832-1892), shipowner, his wife Frances, and their children Frederick Dawson, Fanny, Florence and Elinor.