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Conland, 24 July 1900 ALS: Library of Congress The Elrns, / Rottingdean, / Sussex. / July. 24. 1900. Dear Old Man If the Dem. Nat. Con. 1 isn't absorbing aU your time and the South African war isn't absorbing aIl mine I think we might as weIl write to 26 South Africa and Sussex, 1900-2 one another. I haven't had a word out of you for goodness only knows how long - and except a little news now and again from Mrs Balestier you might just as weIl be in another planet. Wherefore write. Tell me what you do and where you go; and whether you've been to Sam Coy's and who there is to play with in the hills and on the trout brooks; and 1'11 give you my budget wh ich is small and uneventful.

He'd been at San Juan, and was aDernocrat - a grey, grizzled tough old bird as ever walked. I fancy this letter will bore you, because it deals with nothing but the war. Really there isn't much else on the horizon. And the worst is that our own silly sentimental methods of doing the job are responsible for half the bother. Sherman would have wound it up in six months but we seem to delight in stopping to caress the enemy. However, it is helping to run men through the mill. We ought to come out with 300,000 trained soldiers at the end of the game - men with from six months to a year's good experience behind 'ern.

Bismillah! Prosit! and so forth. c. by hand" (ALS, Library of Congress). 30 South Africa and Sussex, 1900-2 To Alfred Baldwin, l 4 September 1900 ALS: Dalhousie University The Elms, / Rottingdean, / Sussex. / Sep. 4 1900 Dear Uncle Alfred, Thank you. H's very kind and condescending; and then people wonder why men strike out for the colonies where there is less "kind permission" and more kind help. As to what you suggested about Milner: 2 How would this do. 3 [sketch of pointing hand] Stan seems gay and festive the weather is lovely and the kids have gay times on the beach together.

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