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Maw informs Davies that this letter "sets out Lady Russell's views and decision upon the recent correspondence with reference to the children's schooling including Lord Russell's letter to you of the 16th instant."
"Lady Russell would like to give effect in July next to the note dated 4th December 1932 which we have annexed to Lady Russell's part of the separation deed."
Dora is willing to send the children to Dartington for eighteen months "... only on the footing that is agreed in advance that notice shall be given to determine the schooling at Dartington at Christmas 1935 when a fresh decision unfettered by any previous decisions can be arrived at provided Lord Russell gives his assurance that at that time he will have no objection in principle to the children going to a day school in London and living with their mother."
Enclosed with document .101004, record 21490.
Typed copy is document .101011eg, record 115869.
Divorce Bundle, 201-2
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