|Content Description||Addresses her as 'My dear Sister'; informs her that they have arrived in Mexico, and tells a little about the journey and the town of Oaxaca; complains about the Mexican politcal system; urges her not to send anything of value through the post to him.|
Informs her that himself and Frieda move into a house next week, but [Dorothy] Brett is staying at the hotel; speculates they will leave Mexico by the early spring; enquires about her house move [to Gee Street, Ripley, Derbyshire].
Mentions that his agent has started to leave [Thomas] Seltzer, and hasn't given him 'Memoirs of the Foreign Legion'; comments that 'poor Thomas will squeal, but then he's deserved it'; signed 'Hope all goes well.Love from us both. D.H.L.'.