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These messages were to be relayed to Constance Malleson through Miss Rinder. They are contained in BR's letter to Frank Russell, document .079969, record 46917. Both "Percy" and "G.J." were pseudonyms used by Malleson.
"Hope you sent International Journal to Percy—tell him it contained something in French that I hope will interest him. Say I am glad about York. Please tell G.J. I shall be glad of news of him. Please, also, if at any time you are writing to Lady C. suggest that she might write some time; and perhaps she might give me some news of G.J. and save you the trouble. I should not wish to lose sight of him. I was glad he had pleasure in seeing his friend. I do not know his friend very well, but from such knowledge as I have I feel convinced the pleasure was mutual and that the friend is longing for it to recur. In writing to Lady C. please thank her for biscuits which are a solace."
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