10 Park Hill
12 Jan 03
Dear Lady Welby,
I am so burden-ed with examination work at the moment that I have only been
able to glance at your sheets. I can see that there is much which will
I wish you could give headings to your chapters, but perhaps you think it
best not to do so
and it would I suppose be difficult to do so now.
The quotation from my ‘Illusions’ on p 166 is right as it stands. The
correction [in?] [ink?] makes nonsense of it. I suppose the [corrector?]
objects to the two ‘which’s’. Perhaps I ought to have given them the
ber thr?. The repe
tition is no doubt
undesirable, but cannot always be avoided.
I am hoping to come over + see you on Saturday. I will write again as to
the hour. I fear I cannot fare the wind on my cycle.
Yours very truly