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The letter has no salutation. It appears in part to be a reply to a message to Rinder in BR's letter to Frank Russell, 8 July 1918, document .079987, record 46924. Clifford Allen is anxious to help BR out. Rinder is on her way to see Frank with regard to E.E. Hunter. Mrs. Huth Jackson has sent BR some crimson carnations. Nevinson sends his "kindest regards". "Miss Royden has left WIL [Women's International League for Peace and Freedom] because they are 'always opposing' much to the disgust of Mrs. Swanwick." BR was mistaken in thinking Joad was "the happy man". Rinder, Dorothy Wrinch and others went to the theatre and then ended up at flat of Miles and Constance Malleson. Capt. Gordon was there. C. "was very gay. — She is a darling."
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