I trust soon to hear again from you.
36, Holland Park,
14 Oct. 1884
My dear Mrs. Onslow,
I was glad to receive your letter of the 20th Augt. and glad to hear that you were all so well at Camden. I am than[k]ful to be able to say that we are also in our usual good health. I suffer a little from bronchitis, and must be careful to avoid cold & damp as much as practicable. I often wish for a warm day, even for a hot wind, but I must try to be content with my lot and strive to do my duty. All my family are settled at home except Donald who