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Letter to Herbert Greenough Smith (17 january 1902)

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This letter was written by Arthur Conan Doyle on 17 january 1902 from Ashdown Forest Hotel, Forest Row, Sussex, to Herbert Greenough Smith the editor of The Strand Magazine.


Letter

I could do with another dozen. I am planting them where good will come


My dear Smith

The "Times" was very nice.

I cant understand how it is that the London papers got in on tuesday evening and yet have not received it on Thursday. It is hard, after all our effort, that it should coincide after all with the Opening of parliament.

I hear you have got the S.A. order.

With all greeting

Yours always

A. C. D.

Here till Saturday — possibly Monday.









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