A typical letter handwritten by author in English and signed by author.
An original MS
Total Pages : 4
Pages with text: 4
Transcriber: Tannock, Wendy
Transcription date: June 1, 2015
Scrutiny: 01/06/2015 - Benny, Ruth;
Signed off: no
Perthshire, N(ear). B(runswick).
30 Aug[ust]: (18)92
Dear Mr Wallace
I am much interested in your letter, and concur with you in your view as to the advantages of small holdings and peasant proprietorship.
Do you know anything of the experimental work in [] this direction, which has been carried out at Rosen[?illeg]. I am asked to a conference which will take place next month.
I should be happy to talk all these matters over fully, when you are in London. I shall be there the greater part [] of September, and and early in October. Let me know, whenever you may be coming to town, that I may propose an appointment.
It is possible that I might find a farm in Sussex, on which a settlement on your lines may be made.
Yours sincerely | Brassey2 [signature]
1. Printed in the top left of the page is "Telegrams | Calvine, 7 miles,| Station Struan.".
2. Brassey Thomas, Sir. (1836-1918). Civil Lord of the Admiralty.
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