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Dora informs Davies and BR that she plans to continue Beacon Hill and will have the children remain there and will pay the £400 rent.
Dora writes, "This house has the disadvantage of size, difficult water supply, and an overhead of £500, added to by its very remote position. I am willing therefore, that an attempt should be made during the present year to find another tenant for it, if I may be informed in good time as to my leaving, so that I can make my plans for July 1934."
Regarding the children's finances, Dora wishes to come to an arrangement that will not upset the equal rights clause. "It is useless and unprofitable to ask me not to care about Bertie...."
Divorce Bundle, 93-5
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