Includes: 7 March 1878 from St Leonards 'Take great care of our Granny'; 14 March 1878 from St Leonards - 'I am so disappointed about the solo. Why could you not do it?'; 27 September 1878 from Chorley with instructions about rooms, washing etc; Monday, from Chorley to a London address [1878?] to 'Dearest Peg' - 'We were very sorry to hear you had a fruitless expedition to Normie's'; 10 July 1879 from Oxford; 26 January 1880 to Churt House, Farnham, Surrey - 'Love to Aunt Lucy & the boys. Drink milk and wear your jersey'; 28 January 1880 also to Farnham; 31 January 1880 also to Farnham - 'Great triumph at Girton over Miss [Charlotte Angas] Scott being Equal to 8th Wrangler. Aunts Carry & E. D. are in rapture'; Saturday  - 'so Gladstone is premier!'; 17, 22, 25, 27 and 30 April 1880 to Farnham, some concerning the death and burial of 'Uncle Teddy'; 9 July 1880 to Woodcote Place, Epsom; 12 July 1880 to Epsom - asks 'How's the singing?' and suggests Devon for the summer holidays, also encloses 4 other letters including one from Harry to Mother from Haileybury College, 11 July 1880; 28 September 1880 from Woodcote to 34 Dorset Square; 12 October 1880 c/o P Holt esq, Croxteth Gate, Sefton Park, Liverpool; 13 October 1880 from University Hall, Gordon Square c/o P Holt; 21 October 1880 c/o E Crompton esq, Birkenhead Park, Cheshire; 26 October 1880, no envelope - 'Carry & E.D. came to be ready for a Committee here at 5.30 about the Camb. Degree' - the letter encloses a service sheet for a Festival Service to be held at Christ Church, St Marylebone 31 October 1880.