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Sent by:
Annie Besant
Sent to:
Alfred Russel Wallace
On:
15 February 1892

Sent by Annie Besant, Bournemouth to Alfred Russel Wallace [address not recorded] on 15 February 1892.

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23 May 2011 by NHM

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LETTER (WCP1536.1315)

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Natural History Museum
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NHM WP1/9/36
Copyright owner:
Theosophical Society in England

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[[1]]

c/o C. J. Whittey[?]

Poole Road

West Bournemouth


Feb[ruary]. 15. 92.

Dear Mr. Wallace,

I find that a meeting has been fixed for me here at 3 p.m. tomorrow. That is the hour you asked me to call. But I would run over to Parkhurst tomorrow morning, if it would not inconvenience you, & call about 11:45. If this is inconvenient -- for I hear with regret that you are not-well -- would you kindly telegraph me at above address.

Sincerely,

Annie Besant1 [signature]

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1. Besant, Annie (1847-1933). British socialist, theosophist, women's rights activist, writer and orator.

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