|Title||Letter from D.H. Lawrence, 12 Colworth Road, Addiscombe, Croydon, Surrey to Louie Burrows, Coteshael, Quorn, Leicester; 11 Dec. 1909|
|Content Description||Apologises for his recent poor correspondence; reports that he has sent Ford Madox Hueffer two stories; mentions that he is having dinner with Ezra Pound and other literary folk, and that he has been invited to visit Grace Rhys to meet 'various poetry people' to read some of his poems, a meeting about which he is anxious.|
Comments on Ada's [Ada Lawrence] invitation for Louie to stay; hopes to see her in Quorn, though he will have to consult his mother [Lydia Lawrence]; is looking forward to the Christmas break at the end of term; gives details of the recent B.Sc. results and mentions several of the failed candidates, including T.A. Smith, Preston and Morrison; asks her to write; signed 'D.H.L.'
With white envelope (La B 63/2), addressed to Miss Louie Burrows at Coteshael, Quorn, Leicester. Bears two green half-penny stamps, both postmarked in Croydon at 2.15pm, 11 Dec 1909. Verso also postmarked in Loughborough at 3.30am, 12 Dec 1909.