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Letter to Lacey about cricket

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This letter was written by Arthur Conan Doyle to Mr. Lacey about cricket.

Dated 19 january but maybe from another hand.


Letter

My dear Lacey

I have been trying to fix a day but have been very full. I fear now (unless the matter presses) I must wait until my return from Scotland. I am off to sow some more seed. Shall be 10 days away.

All thanks about the match. I must beat up some of our Scotch members, Stevenson, Johnson and others. Selkirk considers itself the centre of Scotch cricket.

Yours very truly

A. Conan Doyle








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