The Founders of Canterbury
Reigate, Friday morning, 19th April
(Confidential.)Reigate, Friday morning, 19th April.
My Dear Wynter,
—I am very glad that we met yesterday; for I had fancied that you were over-bored by me and shy of seeing me, which distressed me not a little.
Seeing you as warm as ever about Canterbury, I want to talk about the all-important Church matters; with respect to which I am quite in the dark, whilst others, far less interested and concerned, have information which they say they cannot communicate because it has been confidentially communicated to them. This, of course, is not pleasant. Is it quite fair?
But my only object now in writing is to let you know what it is that I purposed mentioning to you on Sunday afternoon, and to beg that you will prevent me from going, if you have the least objection to conversing with me on the subject.