Letter, Edmond Webb
25 Jun 1903 Current rights
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In the letter Edmondson writes to his sister about his love, Lily, whom he has: spoken to you of the younger Miss Greig, but not as much as would have been perhaps, since she has agreed to become my wife & so your sister.
He follows with: Of course she knows what you have been to me, what a loving helpful sister you have shewn (sic) yourself & I am sure you will both be glad some day to see & know one another.
He mentions that he is beginning to read International Law and Modern European history and asks Edith to: tell mother of this as I have not found room for it in her letter.
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