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Letter to David Thomson (4 january 1893)

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This letter was written by Arthur Conan Doyle on 4 january 1893 from The Reform Club to David Thomson, an old Edinburgh friend which was Medical Superintendent of the Norfolk County Asylum at Thorpe hospital in Norwich.


Letter

Jan 4 /93

My dear David,

Your letter gave us a hearty laugh as your letters usually do. The man who comes to write your life and letters should make a great humourous book. I wish I could come, but I am doing this coming opera at the Savoy, and what with the Composer, and what with D'Oyly Carte I can't even get half an hour on the ice. None the less many thanks for thinking of me! Kindest remembrances to Mrs. Thomson and every good wish for a good '93.

Yours always

A Conan Doyle.







  • Source : Brian Pugh Collection.

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