Letter from A.F.W. Hayward [Alfred Frederick William Hayward] to William Robinson

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Written from The Bells, Hemingford Grey, St Ives, Huntingdonshire. Manuscript

He had a good journey back yesterday and planted out the things Robinson gave him; the king cups looked very happy beside the river; he will stay with friends at Kew for a week and when he returns he will bicycle to Overcoat to get the river violet for Robinson; he is looking forward to seeing the Dutch pictures at Christies; his eye is better for Miss Gilpin’s [Mary Gilpin] advice