Letter giving David the name and address of Nicholson's typist, Miss C. Mullins. He explains that he had difficulty in finding a typist who could read his writing and consequently he has to pay her by the hour instead of the usual thousand words. He claims she is pretty old and , because of her sciatica, tends to be slow. However, he also praises how careful she is in her work and that the interest she shows means she is good at spotting mistakes. Brief mention of closure of GPO in Millom and replaced with a sub-post office meaning that instead of a twenty yard walk it is now 150 yards.
Typescript with autograph.