Letter from Wolseley [Frances Wolseley, Viscountess Wolseley] to Miss Gilpin [Mary Gilpin]

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Written from Culpeper’s, Ardingly, Sussex. Typescript

She enquires whether William Robinson will be free to visit on Saturday the 26th; Robinson had said he would bring Markham [Ernest Markham, head gardener at Gravetye Manor] but her garden is hardly worth a visit; she has some new ironwork that will interest Robinson

Undated [between 1920 and 1935; Viscountess Wolseley moved to Culpeper’s after her mother’s death in 1920; Robinson died in May 1935]