Letter about a Sunday lunch (27 june 1892)
From The Arthur Conan Doyle Encyclopedia
This letter was written by Arthur Conan Doyle, from his house at 12 Tennison Road, on 27 june 1892 to an unknown recipient about a Sunday lunch.
My dear Sir
I was very glad to get your card and your brother's note.
London is (as you may have already found out) a very good place to be out of on a Sunday. I hope that you will come out and lunch with us this next one. It is a step from your hotel to Victoria Station. You get a train there at 12.35 for Norwood Junction reaching it at 1.14. It is about ten minutes walk and you will find us awaiting you. We might have a drive after lunch and you could get back by the 5.41 in time for your Metropole dinner.
I hope you'll be able to manage it. Messrs Lippincott & Kimball did it the other day.
Yours very truly
A. Conan Doyle