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Letter to Colonel Conbrough (february 1896)

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This letter was written by Arthur Conan Doyle in february 1896 from Mena House Hotel, Cairo, Egypt, to Colonel Conbrought.

See Arthur Conan Doyle's 6-month trip in Egypt in 1895-1896.


Friday (Feb 1896)

Dear Colonel Conbrough,

Many thanks for invitation card. So kind of you to think of sending it.

With all kind regards
Yours sincerely
A. Conan Doyle