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Letter ReferenceMary Gladstone (Mrs Drew) Add. 46244, f.187
ArchiveBritish Library, Department of Manuscripts, London
Epistolary TypeLetter
Letter DateSaturday September 1914
Address From30 St Mary Abbotts Terrace, Kensington, London
Address To
Who ToMary Drew nee Gladstone (m. 1886)
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The Project is grateful to the British Library for kindly allowing us to transcribe this Olive Schreiner letter, which is part of its Special Collections. The date of the letter has been written on in an unknown hand.
1 30 St Mary Abbotts Terrace
2 Kensington
3 Saturday night
5 Dear Mrs Drew
7 Thank you for your letter. Yes I shall still be in London in two weeks
8when I hope I shall see you I wish I could share your happy feelings
9about South Africa & the native question; to me things grow darker &
10darker there.
12 I don't know if I told you I was in Schlesien in ^the extreme east of^
13Germany visiting my friend the Countess von Moltke when the war broke
14out My heart feels paralyzed over this war. It is all so wicked;
15infinitely wickeder than the Boer war.
17 Yours ever
18 Olive Schreiner