Lady Blomfield: Her Life and Times, Robert Weinberg, p297
You know how appreciative he is for this help and therefore I need not express it. . . .
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He hopes you will give to it as much of your time as you can spare . . . I am sure you will find the task very interesting, because the history as it develops is becoming more and more absorbing . . .
My deepest thanks for your suggestions in connection with the Iqán which I deeply appreciate. I am sending to your address today a further instalment of Nabil which I trust you will iind interesting. I am soon leaving for my summer rest which I need badly, though I am hoping to devote most of my time to the translation of the narrative. I hope to send you some more as soon as I receive the instalment which I am mailing today.
1930-07-04 to Blomfield re her help w/ his translating