Letter from Charles Reade [to William Robinson]

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Written from 2 Albert Terrace, Knightsbridge, [London]. Manuscript

He thanks Robinson for his suggestions; he had thought when he wrote the letters that the roof could be used as a garden but he was anxious that mould-stained water would always be dripping on their heads and through the ceilings; when the plaster ceiling is gone Robinson’s professional could beautify the top story beyond description; if he republishes the letters he will take note of Robinson’s hint