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Dora tells Meynell that she met with Maw the previous day regarding Davies' letter, of which Meynell has a copy. "There does not seem to be disagreement about the divorce costs, except in so far as Crompton is attempting to link the settlement of these on to the settlement of the Chancery costs, which he is strictly not entitled to do, though he may argue that if the latter are not paid he will be in difficulty in meeting the costs of the former, and in accepting the Judge's ruling that all the divorce costs are to be met by Bertie."
Dora writes, "You put it to me that argument should not continue on the basis of revengeful action. I utterly fail to see in what respect this could be charged against me. As between two parents both trustees of their children's welfare and funds...." Dora states that after the separation she agreed to buy John and Kate's clothing while they were at Beacon Hill.
Dora continues to complain at length of BR's alleged vengefulness.
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