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"I saw Mr. Maw last night. He began by saying that we were perfectly right in going to the Passport Authorities after Dora's refusal to give an Undertaking that she would not take the children out of the country without your consent. He said that she now regretted her refusal, and was willing to give such an Undertaking. This being so she had suggested that Mr. Maw and I should try to make some arrangement whereby the children would be able to leave the country without reference to the Court."
There is a note in BR's hand on the letter: "My children John and Kate were wards in Chancery and it was illegal to take them abroad without the Court's consent. Dora nevertheless did so."
Record last modified 2015/11/06
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