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Letters of Robert Louis Stevenson Vol 2 - Robert Louis Stevenson

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The Letters of Robert Louis Stevenson, Volume II

CHAPTER VIII - LIFE AT BOURNEMOUTH, CONTINUED, JANUARY 1886-JULY 1887


Letter:  TO MRS. DE MATTOS



[SKERRYVORE, BOURNEMOUTH], JANUARY 1ST, 1886.

DEAREST KATHARINE, - Here, on a very little book and accompanied 
with lame verses, I have put your name.  Our kindness is now 
getting well on in years; it must be nearly of age; and it gets 
more valuable to me with every time I see you.  It is not possible 
to express any sentiment, and it is not necessary to try, at least 
between us.  You know very well that I love you dearly, and that I 
always will.  I only wish the verses were better, but at least you 
like the story; and it is sent to you by the one that loves you - 
Jekyll, and not Hyde.

R. L. S.

AVE!

Bells upon the city are ringing in the night;
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