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Letter ReferenceJane Cobden Unwin Papers: DM851, Box 2
ArchiveUniversity of Bristol Library Special Collections
Epistolary TypeLetter
Letter Date After Start: Monday 29 June 1893 ; Before End: 17 July 1893
Address FromHigh Field, Ben Rhydding, North Yorkshire
Address To
Who ToT. Fisher Unwin
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The Project is grateful to Special Collections, University of Bristol, for kindly allowing us to transcribe this Olive Schreiner letter to Jane Unwin, which is part of the Jane Cobden Unwin Papers. The month and the year have been written on this letter in an unknown hand. The date has been derived from when Schreiner stayed at High Field, Ben Rhydding, which was during the period between 29 June and 17 July 1893.
2Ben Rhydding
3nr Leeds
6Dear Mr Unwin
8Thank you a great deal for your note. I want so much to meet you &
9your wife. I know I should like her much. I am perhaps going to London
10next week for a few days & shall wire or write my address; I don’t
11know where I shall be staying yet.
13Please remember me kindly to your wife. I hope you had a very good
14time in America.
16Yours very sincerely
17Olive Schreiner