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June 20, 1894

My dear Jinnie,

I am sorry that I did not telegraph but really there was no chance. I do wish you could see this country round here. It’s beautiful. We are just opposite Anglesea looking across the straits. It’s simply lovely.

I went to Carnarvon today. There was a lot of People there. The Prince looked well. The Welsh People don’t cheer. I think I told you that before, though I wonder what the Prince [thought] of it; and yet the People were quite excited.

We have Yeomans guarding the Castle here and we have to walk a mile and a half to our rooms. We were stopped three times by the sentrys last night and I thought they would haul all us in, we had no pass word.

So now with fondest love I remain your own
Bob

2 reponses to "June 20, 1894"

1. Yes, I think you are right :)

Yes, I think you are right :) I have corrected the transcript.

2. I think the text is: 'So now

I think the text is: 'So now with fondest love I remain your own Bob'.

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