3rd Nov 1909
My dearest Julius,
I was glad to get your card this afternoon, I hope you may find poor George rather better when you go & see him tomorrow.
Juliet arrived safely this evening, it was such a disgusting day here, foggy, drizzling & filthily dirty & dark, that we get Evans’ trap to meet her & Ethel went down in it. The little maid was rather tired, but not too much so; she very much enjoyed Mme Tussaud’s & was very full of it. Cyril met her at Oxford & took her down in the tram to his rooms, they just had time to manage it.
I hope you are in comfortable quarters, I am glad you have Mary to go about with; you must let me know if you want any more things sent up, I only packed one clean shirt.
It is bedtime so good night dear, I shall look anxiously for further news of George tomorrow.
With much love
Your loving wife
Eugénie N Sladden