|Content Description||Addresses her as 'My dear Sister'; discusses his poor health and a new medicine - 'Umckaloaba' capsules; requests Aunt Ada [Krenkow]'s address; will look for a gift for Jack [Ada's son]; speculates that they will stay in Italy until May, then go back to Switzerland, then come to England at the end of Jul. or early Aug.; reports that Frieda's sister [Else Jaffe] to coming to visit, but the Wilkinsons have left.|
Informs her that he has painted a series of watercolours, and might show them at a gallery in Bond Street - 'How folks will dislike them!'; reports that Martin Secker is to publish his collected poems [Collected Poems, 1928] and a volume of short stories [The Woman Who Rode Away]; signed 'Love. DHL'.
Date: Letter is dated 'Sunday 1st April'; year provided is from James T. Boulton and Margaret H. Boulton with Gerald M. Lacy (eds) 'The Letters of D.H. Lawrence' (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1991) vol VI, pp 350-351.