Malvern House, 176 the Rye, Dulwich, S. E. 22, July 3rd 1939. Dear Starkey, I have been expecting a copy of your July-September issue containing my Peg Woffington article, but as it hasnt come to hand, I am fearing that it has been sent to my former address at Forest Hill, which would be unfortunate as the the landlord there is very dilatory in sending on correspondence, and in some cases letters have gone astray. please see that on no account remittances are sent there. What news on the Rialto? It has been my good fortune recently, despite the handicap of defective eyesight, to make a remarkable Shakespearian discovery, and I have embodied the find in a small book. I am asking T. S. Eliot to sit in judgment on this in his capacity as a director of the firm of Faber and Faber, with a view to its publication. One difficulty has to be surmounted. Although the matter runs only to 20,000 words, eleven illustrations are vitally necessary, so that the book, though small, cannot be inexpensively issued. Without a possibility of profit no publish would enter upon the speculation.