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June 27th 1913 - Letter from Eugénie Sladden to her husband, Julius Sladden

27th June 1913
Correspondence From
Eugénie Sladden, Eynsford, Eastbourne
Correspondence To
Julius Sladden, Seward House, Badsey
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27th June 1913

My dearest Julius,

I was pleased to get your letter & also Ethel’s yesterday, so Mr Gepp cannot manage the Flower Show, I am not exactly sorry as now I can keep to my original plan as regards going to Charlotte’s

It has been lovely here today & Aunt has insisted on my going to sit by the sea a good part of the day, I am beginning this letter in my room after dressing for dinner.  Cyril has just arrived, I think he & Mela will have a fine day tomorrow, the latter is coming over to lunch.

Saturday morning-There was not time to finish this before dinner so now I must get it posted it early so that you may hear tomorrow morning.  I hope you are all getting on well in my absence, I am having  a nice restful visit & it should do me good.  

Aunt is really wonderful, she does quite a lot for a woman of her age, but tires more easily than when I was last here.  She is going to Droitwich the end of July; the Bruce-Fellows joining her there for a fortnight, she made up her mind she would not go to Buxton again, last year’s visit not having been a success.

There was a Sweet Pea & Rose Show at Devonshire Park on Tuesday, we went in for a little while, there were some very fine flowers which you would have enjoyed.

Cyril & Dolly have gone out to shop for Aunt, the former will …..


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Envelope containing 1 double sheet of notepaper
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