chapter  2
The Machine Age (1900)
Pages 82

Upon re ection I cannot think of anything more useful to you, for a birthday gi , than a ver – (unless indeed a Tenner1 – !!) So I enclose it with my loving wishes that all is going well with you = I am now o to my Bed = Tired out – but better than I was

– Tomorrow a long Railway journey – We travel di erently now a days to the old times – no carriage to ourselves – I hear the theatres in London are doing terribly because of the war2 – what is the good in H.I. coming to the Lyceum then for his hundred nights?