Reference numberMS/928/2/80
TitleLetter from William Robert Grove, 115 Harley Street, to Charles Vernon Boys
Date26 June 1894
DescriptionHopes that Boys will forgive him for not returning his call, as Boys lives some distance away. Grove invites him to lunch, the party to include his daughter, Mrs Hill. Grove states that he has been forced to give up dinners because he cannot sleep after late hours - 'I am obliged to sacrifice everything for sleep'.
Physical descriptionOn paper.
Access statusOpen
Fellows associated with this archive
NA7589Grove; Sir; William Robert (1811 - 1896)1811 - 1896
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