Sent by J. Archer, Sidcup to Alfred Russel Wallace [none given] on 13 March 1899.
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Transcription date: November 11, 2014
Scrutiny: 11/11/2014 - Benny, Ruth;
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[1 word illeg.] Sidcup
13th Mar[ch]. 1899
Dear Dr. Wallace
I have no relatives left at Leighton Buzzard but I am sending on your letter to some old friends living there.
If they should not be able to ascertain the facts you need, I will ask [] my [1 word illeg.] when next I see him.
He is a very old resident in Leighton.
I am glad to tell you that Neill is going on as well as possible, and gaining strength fast. Will you please thank Mrs. Wallace from me for her kind []2 letter. I was so glad to hear about your son and daughter.
When Neill is stronger I should be so glad also to see Violet if she could make time to pay us a visit.
With kind regards | Believe me | Very truly yours | J. Archer[signature]
1. 178 is written in the upper righthand corner.
2. 179 is written in the upper righthand corner.
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