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VWL275 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to René Gatty

Dear R.A.G.

This is not a letter but a hasty attempt to teach my grand mother to suck eggs. Could not the title be something like this...

189912--
VWL298 Letter from Adeline Vaughan Williams to René Gatty

My dear Herr Gatty,

I have just got your letter forwarded by Ralph to me ...
I have been indoors with short intervals of freedom ever...

18991231
VWL4459 Letter from Adeline Vaughan Williams to René Gatty

My dear Herr Gatty
How callous you must have thought me not to have written before - I have meant to so very often but we have had such busy...

19000101
VWL4455 Letter from Adeline Vaughan Williams to René Gatty

My dear Herr Gatty
We haven't had any news of you for so long: we do want to hear from you when you feel inclined enough to write to us. ...

19000409
VWL137 Letter from Adeline Vaughan Williams to René Gatty

My dear Herr Gatty,

Your letter was delightful reading & since then we have heard from Hooton that all is settled & you have a...

19000424
VWL4460 Letter from Adeline Vaughan Williams to René Gatty

My dear Herr Gatty
Ralph & I have been very pleased & touched by yr letters to us. The best news to us will be to hear you are quite...

19001004
VWL300 Letter from Adeline Vaughan Williams to René Gatty

My dear Herr Gatty
Ralph & I are so very disappointed that you have not come home.  We had so looked forward to seeing you.
[...]...

19001214
VWL181 Letter from Adeline Vaughan Williams to René Gatty

My dear Herr Gatty

Will you kindly foward the enclosed to Mrs Oppenheim - I am sorry to hear such a sad account of her and I’d so like to...

19030616
VWL116 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to René Gatty

My Dear R.G.

You must get well by hook or by crook.1  Now I consider that between friends and especially between...

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VWL117 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to René Gatty

My dear R.G.

In great haste 
I'm so distressed to hear of your tremendous expense so - the enclosed is but a drop in the ocean...

1904----

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