69, Trouville Road, -CIa ham ark, s. W., ' March 10th 1906. My dear Archer, I have been devoting all my time during the ast three or four days to the writing of the book, but I regret to say that the work roceeds but slowly, owing to the immense ains that have to be taken with the details. However,25 pp., or about 5000 word~ of the first cha ter have been we.ll and satisfactorily written. 1 thiak of heading it 'FRom the I nn Yard to the 1ayhouse. It . ne thing has lagues me mightily 1 m ar-ticularly fond of the im ersonal for, lone is inclined to believe etc, which is useful and grateful under ordinary circumstances. As 1 am not exactly sure whether this p>hrasing is ermissible in a wark e anating s the pronouncement ef two minds, 1 have turned a deaf ear ta the charmer u to the resent. -r ay settle the atter by acquainting me ith your o -inion. A you are not at ho e every day, and s I shall soon be requiring so e of the notes in your ' ossess t on, I t hi nk you had better send me the manuscri t on the use of Titles for localities, and the ty ewritten notes more recently forwarded on the traverses and u er stage.