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Letter to Major Pond about a lecture tour in America (26 june 1894)

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This letter was written by Arthur Conan Doyle on 26 june 1894 to Major Pond, his impresario for preparing the lecture tour in America.


June 26 /94

Dear Major Pond

My wife is in very weak health and I can't leave her too long. You must look upon this as an experimental trip entirely. If it promises well we can try again.

For this time the lectures are quite a secondary thing with me. It is the country and the people that I wish to see. If I should seem to make any hit I had rather return another year. Don't fix anything after Dec 7th or so. I must be in Davos for Xmas.

Let me have my fixtures as soon as you can.

Yours very truly

A. Conan Doyle