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Letter to decline invitation (15 september 1906)

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This letter dictated by Arthur Conan Doyle to his secretary Alfred H. Wood was sent on 15 september 1906 and sent to a council representative to decline their invitation to their annual dinner.


Letter

15 Sept 19906

Dear Sir,

Please express to your Council my sincere thanks for the high honour they have done me in inviting me as their guest to the Annual Dinner of the Society.

I regret however that I am compelled to decline their kind invitation, as I am not accepting any public engagements at the present time. My future movements are very uncertain.

Your faithfully,

Arthur Conan Doyle

W. [1]






  1. W. for Wood : Arthur Conan Doyle's secretary : Alfred H. Wood.

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