[A][at?] [Bath?] attracted by the Roman remains which have been [discovered?] there. Stonehenge also formed part of the attraction. That mysterious work I visited and felt [greatly?] interested or rather my interest was by no means diminished when I saw the remains.Another year I visited Iceland. The Lakes of Kilarney - a charming spot. I fear however I [tire?] you By the way I enclose [two?] [cards?] which placed end to tend gives you a view of the [illegible] of the Tweed from Bemerside Hill. you perhaps remember Mr Turnbull Mr [illegible] & myself [took?] you to see this as the [illegible]
circa [ca. 1906]
Original letter dimensions: 20 x 25.5 cm.
Reel 16, Image 0523
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