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Davies writes: "You exposed Dora, at any rate to the trustees.... She is now trying to recover herself and pose as friendly to you and making the best of things as the respectable mother, no doubt from jealousy and wish to shove Peter aside, but you will know how to counter this."
Regarding Telegraph House Davies tells BR that the old lease, inventory and insurance policy are in "... hopeless confusion and desuetude." BR is still liable for the £400 for rent until 1937, but after that, "... unless you do something, Withers will be in embarrassment about this his trust if Mollie goes on living." Davies tells BR that because he intends on living at Telegraph House he must impose terms on Withers.
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