(C/o Fräulein Kretschmer, 8 Räcknitz Strasse, Dresden.) Is glad she enjoyed Susan and Aunt Smythe's visit, but is sorry to hear of her weakness and headaches. The hot weather has prevented them from doing anything but sit on the terrace in the evening sipping iced coffee, kümmel, and vermouth. Describes Pryor and Forrest's visit to Prague and the battlefield of Sadowa. Has received her letter, but interruptions have prevented him from finishing his own: 'either Walter rushed in with some Statics to be explained, or Mrs Watts started her piano in the next room, or Dr Schier came to give a German lesson'. On Sunday Pryor took him to church; he likes Kitto, the English chaplain, very much. Since then they have been to the great Vogelwiese fair and to Saxon Switzerland again. Moss, master of Shrewsbury, has been at Dresden, and now two Oxford men and the Spottiswoodes are there. The hot weather has given him a bad habit of working all day and only going out in the evening. Has received her second letter. Gordon Wigan has come. The day before yesterday they visited a lead-mine at Freiburg. When he returns to England, in ten days or a fortnight, he will have to go straight to Cambridge for his fellowship examination.