H[erbert] H. Allsop
4& sail from Marseilles on Aug 16th ss. "Goth" so please address all letters &c to Jinja P. O. Uganda. I wonder if you would let me know what prospects there are in your part of the world for a young man like me--a Rubber Planter & all round business man--servants & secretarial combined besides outside work. Uganda is not much of a place to take a wife to & although I am not married yet I should like to. I don't want to be another mans servant always but would to strike out on my own.Kindest regardsYours sincerelyH. H. Allson93 Queen RdLiverpool E25th July 1912Dear Mr. Muir,I was indeed very pleased to receive your letter although I have not written previously I had not forgotten you.My voyage home via Cape Town was very delightful & I arrived in London at the end of March. Shortly after05226
1912 Jul 25
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