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Re Lord and Lady Russell and Beacon Hill School. A draft.
Davies writes, "As Lady Russell found it difficult to envisage the future definitely, Lord Russell made several proposals, in the hope of timely decisions being reached, and the position was left, by our correspondence in September, that the children were to be educated at Beacon Hill School until the end of the summer term 1934, and that Lord Russell could not in any event agree to any extension of the tenancy of Telegraph House for the purposes of a school beyond the 25th of July 1934."
Davies notes that a lot of time has passed and BR is still unsure of Dora's plans and is "... therefore asked now by Lord Russell to say definitely that he could not in any case agree to the children going to any school set up elsewhere by Lady Russell, and to express his hope that she will now be able definitely to agree that they shall go to Dartington for the autumn term of 1934. As the numbers there increase rapidly, it is urgent now to secure places for them."
Divorce Bundle, 183
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