|Content Description||Addresses her as 'My dear Sister'; informs her that they leave for Rome on Sunday and speculates on travel plans; has received £50 for 'Sons and Lovers', £5 of which he will send to her; informs her about a dispute with J[essie Chambers, over the character of Miriam in the novel]; discusses social news and sends love to everyone; signed 'Your afflicted brother D.H Gummidge'.|
Date: letter is simply dated 'Tuesday'; date provided is based on that given in James T. Boulton, ed. 'The Letters of D.H. Lawrence' (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1979) vol I, pp 531-532.
Note that 'The Letters...' refers to a postscript by Frieda which originally accompanied this letter [Not present?].