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Letter ReferenceAutograph Letters Collection: Alys Pearsall Smith ALC/7/3/14
ArchiveNational Women's Library, London
Epistolary TypeLetter
Letter DateWednesday 13 January 1889
Address FromHotel Pavillon, Mentone, France
Address To
Who ToAlys Pearsall Smith m. Russell (1894)
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The Project is grateful to the National Women's Library, London, for allowing us to transcribe this Olive Schreiner letter, which is part of its Autograph Collections. The date has been written on the letter in an unknown hand.
1 Hotel Pavillon
2 Wednesday
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4 Dear Miss Smith
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6 I've got a cold so can't go to our bay for a dip. I'm afraid I've kept
7you from making another plan for this lovely morning.
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9 I know you'll be sorry for me when you hear my hotel is going to be
10closed on Friday. The man's just written me a note to say he can't
11make it pay. I'm liked an evicted Irishman. I'm going to look at a
12couple of the quiet Hotels here & if they don't suit me will leave for
13Paris or Florence on Friday. It was very beautiful yesterday but I
14liked best seeing your mother. She's like a fountain of strength.
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16 Good bye dear beautiful friend
17 Olive Schreiner
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