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Letter to Mr. Moschelles

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This letter was written by Arthur Conan Doyle, from Moorlands, Hindhead, Haslemere, to Mr. Moschelles. Undated.


Dear Mr. Moschelles

Many thanks for your kind note. I was so sorry to desert you the other day. I fear that I am but a half hearted supporter of your cause, but Anglo American Arbitration does attract me very strongly, for I believe both nations to be ripe for it.

Thanking Mrs. Moschelles & yourself

Yours very truly,

A. Conan Doyle.