- Hawarden Castle.
- 29 September 1884.
Now I have finished my noisy journey—Is your quiet trip to Scotland also at an end and have you resumed your place in Grosvenor Square, all the better and stronger I hope for the fresh air
I had fresh and wonderful experience of the depth and fervour of the Scottish character—exceeding even what I have seen before.
It is not improbable that I may have a forced run to London this week or next. But I know nothing yet, except that Fate chains me to London in the week beginning Oct 19.
Have you seen the Biography of a remarkable woman, Eliza Fletcher, attached though of English birth to the Free Church of Scotland.1 If not may I send it you.
I am hoarse as a crow but in other respects thank God wonderfully well.
I saw Kinnaird at his beautiful place:2 he was in no way ill, but he looked and moved as an old man.
Wishing you all blessings Ever yours WEG