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Davies thanks Meynell for his response to the telephone report. He informs Meynell that "up to a point in the note I recorded the actual words used by each of us, and towards the end, where my verbal recollection failed, I gave the effect of what was said."
Davies tells Meynell, "You were speaking with some heat and vexation and with an emotion of friendship for both sides, and concern for the general good of society. I am also deeply moved as one of Bertie's oldest and most intimate friends, and with the sense of heavy responsibility as the one supposed to hold the key of the situation from a knowledge of all the personal aspects and legal complexities."
Davies writes that during Meynell's visit of June 12 Meynell informed him that he was concerned as a friend, for both Dora and BR, and that some accord should be reached between them, with the divorce petition in mind.
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