Photocopy letter. Written from Montreux
She has not been very well since she came abroad: she still has the 'faint fits' which she thought would be cured but have got much worse. She wrote to Victor Lombard, banker at Geneva, asking him to cash a cheque and send her the money and he came the next day in person to see her, creating quite an impression at the hotel. She plans to stay in Switzerland until the first week of Jul. Sometimes she feels very lonely.
'I am so sorry for Oscar Wilde' because he has to bear the loathing and contempt alone which many others rightly should share with him.
'I heard from Aunt Emmy that Constance (sister of Rhoda) has a daughter (Dorothy)'. George tells me he is very anxious about Mia who is pregnant because she is ill with a fever; he is always recalling Mia's mother's slow death after her child was born. She has asked the office to forward him a letter she wrote to Stuart about the 'Caws' in Switzerland as they are apt to think her idle if they do not hear about her work.
'our 'Caws' in Switzerland' 'Bobbie's' spelling of Cause which always pleased his grandmother.