Letter from Lieutenant Colonel Charles Doughty-Wylie to Gertrude Bell concerning the affairs in Abyssinia and Somalia and his relationship with Gertrude

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Concerning Charles complaining that the Foreign Office has yet to decide the meeting place for the commission to deliberate and discusses current states of affairs in Abyssinia and Somalia. Notes talking to Sir Reginald Wingate. Obliquely alludes to a physical relationship with Gertrude and offers reassurance that the contents of her letters have not hurt him.

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