My Dearest Eugénie,
I expected to have heard of your safe arrival this morning, but possibly the letter or post card may be up at Evesham.
We are going shooting to-day I have not heard from Mitchell so conclude he must be away. We are getting along pretty fairly, Jack seems to get on at school all right. The chicks are good, the four elder ones have given kisses to be sent to Mamma and May and Kitty has added one for Auntie Fanny. I am anxious to hear about the visit to Dr Adams. How did you find them at Surbiton. I will not write more now but will scribble a few lines this evening if I am not very tired, last night I had a good turn at books. With much love
believe me ever
your affectionate Husband
10 a.m. - No letter or card at office.