Letter from Adeline Vaughan Williams to Ralph Wedgwood

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[1st February 1905]

Dear Randolph

I am so touched at your writing - & glad to have such dear words from you - I was so hard & matter of fact at York I felt very unhappy afterwards but it wasn't that I was not feeling things.  I can say so little & can never say what you are to us - & whatever the circumstances it is so lovely to see you. 
I had been meaning to write but waited to see if any more notices would come in - Would you kindly keep these 2 for us - one is amusing - to be no less interesting than Chakta is indeed praise.1
Ralph had tea on Sunday with Miss Block & Steele.  They are trembling lest the house sd not be all yr mother likes.
Come soon dear Randolph.
Yr affectionate


1. The Heroic Elegy and Triumphal Epilogue, Catalogue of Works, 1900-1901/1, had been performed in Leeds by the Leeds Municipal Orchestra. The notices from the Leeds and Yorkshire Mercury and the Yorkshire Observer on 23 January are preserved with the letter, see British Library MS Mus. 1714/1/3, ff.70-73.

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MS Mus. 1714/1/3, ff. 48-50
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