Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Cecil Sharp

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[After April, 1907]

 Dear Sharp

Here are your sheets1 - you know the book’s splendid, I believe, if you don’t put too much in and cut out any questions which refer to individuals.
For these notes I have only remarked on what I don’t like - and that in my best nasty style. 
Here is U.S.2 contract - all right I think - If they don’t write to me soon I shall threaten to have them back & send them to Boosey.
Yes ask F.L.3 for the 1st lecture


1. Comments on the draft of English folk song: some conclusions (London, 1907). See VWL151 though probably only section C of the comments were actually enclosed with this letter.
2. Reference unclear; presumably an American edition?
3. Unidentified, reading uncertain - F.H.?

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MS Mus. 1714/1/26, ff. 64-65
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