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These messages from Colette are relayed to BR through Miss Rinder from Frank Russell and Elizabeth Russell's letter, document .079972, record 46918.
Rinder notes that she sent the international journal at once. Rinder also notes that it was unsuccessful. [The journal was supposed to go to Colette.]
Both "Percy" and "G.J." were pseudonyms used by Malleson.
Message from Percy: "I have had £6 from Gordon and they may stay on 2 or 3 weeks more. Possibly Basil Gill may take it after that. Gill and Miles [Malleson] have become real friends. The latter is much happier. I have not seen Maurice since I first left London."
"Message from G.J. I have met a good many Quakers and get on with them amazingly well, always to my own great astonishment. At Manchester I made friends with Ranalow, who sings Figaro ... often think of a talk with you at the studio ... Lady Constance has your message. She is well and busy."
In the P.S. Elizabeth notes that she and Colette will be visiting on Wednesday.
Record last modified 2015/05/27
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