Expresses concern about the "coolness" between CD and [G. S.] Ffinden in regard to the Infant School.
15, Lombard Street, E.C.
My dear M
Having occasion to write to M
In reply M
I have already assured him that as regards the first case I was sure that you intended no discourtesy, & I understand that if you confirm this he would be quite satisfied in his mind on that point.
I need hardly say that as regards his second complaint I am equally sure that there is some misapprehension, & I should be very glad if I could be the means of restoring harmony for the present state of things must be very unpleasant to you, & far from advantageous to the Parish.
I hope you will not think I have been interfering in the matter, & I should be very glad if you would let me know how the matter as regards the Infant school really stands.
I hope you are better for your visit to London
Believe me | Yours most sincerely | John Lubbock