Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Ralph Wedgwood

Letter No.: 
[December ?1898]

My Dear Randolph

We are just off to L.H.P.1 for Xmas - so I am dashing off a Xmas letter while waiting for a cab. I could have had Trevy's2 blood when he said he was going to spend a Sunday with you - to think that I see you so seldom - still our 3 henical3 days make up for a good deal - quality is more important than quantity and those 3 days were finest quality with no alloy in them at all.
Adeline sends her love and wants to hear from you & is going to write to you, but supposes that you will both wait for the other - she has some interesting facts about Charles Davi4  to tell you.
Yrs affectionately

Ralph Vaughan Williams

1. Leith Hill Place
2. G.M. Trevelyan
3. Some idiologism apparently
4. Charles Llewellyn Davies, a family friend.

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MS Mus. 1714/1/3, ff.46-47
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