Mr dear Mr. Sinnett,
I have got your yesterday's letter — it would be charming if we could go together Monday morning, do now try to arrange this.
Letter A is a long epistle written by H. P. B. to me in October 1885.
"B" is the one which fell from behind the picture in August '84, about which Rudolf wrote in Hodgson's report.
"C" is a letter received by Mrs. G. one day in her room about 4 to 5 weeks after letter B.
I may say to you that Mrs. G. never attached great value to letter C in which Mrs. Holloway was praised too much and all were asked to love her etc. etc. etc.
You will of course change the style of Arthur's ------- [This word undecipherable. — Ed.] letter which is simply horrible. What does he mean by saying, for instance: "possibly complete" instead of "as complete as possible." You are quite safe to word the experts' testimony according to the sense of the thing, because the man was the more violent in his judgment when I saw him.
I hope to see you on Monday morning.
Ever yours truly,