Frederick William Pleydell Bouverie to Frederick Chesson, 15 January 1884
Archive location: Bodleian Libraries, MSS. Brit. Emp. s. 18 / C126 – 69
Author(s): Frederick William Pleydell Bouverie
Recipient(s): Frederick Chesson
Sent from: England
Date: 15 January 1884
30 Longridge Road
Janry 15 1884
My dear Sir,
I … to get a few words with you after our satisfactory meeting, I wanted to ask the question how our Society is kept up, … me the favour of enlightening me some day.
I am at all times ready to assist in the good cause of the poor African in any way you may suggest in my power to do so, although I fought shy of seconding a most important motion, which I regret, and why I did so I am unable to account for, but … discourtesy was … to you.