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Maw will forward a copy of Davies' letter to Dora. Maw defends his letter to Davies, stating, "What I was complaining about was the absence of any reasons. I certainly intended no insinuation which ought not to have been made. I still consider it quite a fair proposition that it would not be difficult to make temporary arrangements for a term's schooling. You have now stated the reasons for Lord Russell's desire to have an early decision and I accept them fully."
Enclosed with document .133493, record 115489.
Typed copy is document .101011be, record 115788.
Divorce Bundle, 70
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