My dearest Wife,
I am sorry my Sunday letter seems to have mis-carried but I hope it has turned up before now, if it has not please wire me on receipt of this to 79 High St, Evesham and I will make enquiries at the Post Office at once, it was in a large envelope with several other letters enclosed for you to read.
I cannot repeat all that was in it but I asked you to take the 11.38 from Weybridge to Vauxhall on Friday, take a cab from there to Victoria with your luggage, L.B. & S.C. railway, and look out for me on the departure platform for Eastbourne at about 12.45. Charlotte and Maidie are to meet us there also, our luggage must go in the cloak room. Write to Aunt Lizzie and tell her we hope to arrive at Eastbourne at 4.57. I have no time to write more.
Thank Judy for her letter which I will answer in a post or two. Ethel will also write to you. You forgot to send on May’s letter however I will write to her this evening without it.
Hope Fanny is better, love to you and Judy.
Your affectionate Husband
If I have no wire I shall conclude the letter and enclosures have turned up.