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Davies tells Maw, "I received your letter of the 13th, and in reply to its first four pages I can only repeat that what Lord Russell desires, and what I have aimed at in writing to you, is helpful co-operation in all matters concerning the children." Davies tells Maw that BR has left Dora free to choose whether or not she will continue Beacon Hill School, and should she continue it, BR will allow her to stay at Telegraph House, "... on the footing that he will pay £300 for the children's fees and that the rent will be paid by the application of the £400 annuity."
If Dora does not make her decision clear "by Lady Day", BR will rent Telegraph House to another tenant. [Lady Day is March 25.]
Typed copy is document .101011bk, record 115794.
Divorce Bundle, 80
Record last modified 2016/02/11
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