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Envelope addressed to

Miss Cail

Alnmouth

Northumberland

One penny (George) stamp franked J72 & CAMBO JY.16.07

 

Telegraph Office Typed Rothley Lake

CAMBO, 4 MILES CAMBO, R.S.O.

RAILWAY STATION

NORTHUMBERLAND

LONG WITTON

15 - 7 - 1907

My Dear Vera,

What more can I say than wishes for both every joy and happiness.

Your news was a great surprise and a real pleasure to me. To know that you had chosen one whom I feel is worthy of you. I really do not know Mr Ingledew very well but he has a nice kind face and it is something to know his family well, not like a stranger. I quite understand how father and mother will feel at first but before you have to leave home they will have got accustomed to the idea of parting with you and it is not as if you were going abroad - Mother will I am sure love the idea of going to see you and your coming to Newcastle of course I am presuming you will go to Cardiff to live. I long to have a nice long chat with you and if when you are alone and you ask me to come and spend a weekend I shall be pleased to do so.

I am sorry I am leaving here tomorrow or I would have motored over to see you - give your love to Norman and accept much yourself.

Your affectionate grandmother

E. Stewart