4, Aberdare Gardens,
Hampstead, LONDON, N.W.6.
5th November, 1937.
55, Jermyn Street,
My dear Churchill,
I have telephoned many times to Bury Court in an effort to catch you, but without success, but I left messages.
Unfortunately I had dinners both to-night and to-morrow night. I could be free at tea time to-morrow (Saturday), but I expect you will be away in the country. Lunch to-morrow is difficult, as I work at Hospital in the morning and cannot state exactly when I can be free. I usually leave Hospital between 12.30 p.m and 1 o'clock, if I can: then time must, be allowed for my travelling to any rendezvous.
I will be glad to see you, as there are some points I want to talk over.
I hope you are feeling better and more rested.
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