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Letter to Robson (17 september 1904)

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This letter was written by Arthur Conan Doyle from The Grand Hotel (London) to Mr Robson on 17 september 1904.


My dear Robson

I am of opinion that there is no good purpose to be served by my addressing meetings in November so losy as I come up in October. If I shoot away all my Cartridges now I shall not have them at the crisis. I will come October & then again late in winter, and come up in the interval without speaking, just for golf & to see the...

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