CollectionGB 0231 University of Aberdeen, Special Collections
Ref NoMS 3290/2/24
TitleLetter from Amelia Nyasa Laws to her relatives
Date24 May 1914
Extent1 sheet
DescriptionLetter from Amelia Nyasa Laws, Bergstrasse 33, Dresden, Germany, to her relatives, regarding arrangements for their rooms; room not cleaned properly by the maids since they arrived; arranging for trunks to go ahead to Münich and books to Rome; they are to go straight to Münich to find a servant before going to Sterzing; she is made tired by the hot weather, though Herr Pfannstiehl is in better form; Mrs. Fleming's departure was delayed by her illness, an ulcer forming on a part previously operated on; she has now gone, accompanied by a nurse and a blue nun; Dr. Brock likes to order nurses; Uncle has been helping to entertain Australian delegates to the Women's Congress; his knowledge of Rome is useful to Mrs. Brock's guests; he met Sir James and Lady Wilson (she a daughter of Norman McLeod), and visited the lower part of San Clemente; he laid roses on Aunt Bella's grave in the cemetery; Miss Berry has died; pleased to hear that Uncle has been mentioned in the Assembly by Giampiccoli; Annie Brown has become engaged to Mr. McGregor, the minister she met at Pontresina who is now translated to Greenock.
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