Letter to Robson (17 september 1904)

From The Arthur Conan Doyle Encyclopedia

This letter was written by Arthur Conan Doyle from The Grand Hotel (London) to Mr Robson on 17 september 1904.


My dear Robson

I am of opinion that there is no good purpose to be served by my addressing meetings in November so losy as I come up in October. If I shoot away all my Cartridges now I shall not have them at the crisis. I will come October & then again late in winter, and come up in the interval without speaking, just for golf & to see the...

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