Letter: from Lord Robert Cecil, Prime Minister, to Mr Faithfull

Scope and Content

Dear Mr Faithfull,

Since you will call me Ld Robert, I must address you Mr - I am very much obliged to you for your kind offer, but am not able to avail myself of it having lent them (the trousers and boots) by Mr Balfour. Would you be so good as to [tell?] Eustace that I am ___the likelihood of ___ - ting either shocking _____ chiefs; but ___ will try any beef. Believe me Ever _____ Yours very truly Robert Cecil.