Eliza [Tabor] to her husband

Scope and Content

From Malvern to Allahabad. Suggests that it would be very valuable to the children and much appreciated if he wrote to them individually; this need not take up too much of his time if he cuts down his letters to her by half a sheet. Very pleased with Miss Dickson's teaching. Heard from Alethea that Mrs Robson was in Malvern and would like to see the children. Found she had already left but her sister was still in Malvern. Invited them but distressed by pointed neglect of herself; made it clear that they wished to see children and not her. Feels Alethea is at root of trouble and wishes to be main influence in children's lives, which she cannot accept.