I am sorry to be obliged to defer our business of tomorrow. We are so backward in our preparations for Tuesday’s comedy that it will be absolutely necessary to devote the whole of the day to that object. I fell this will be a disappointment but our profession is one of perpetual annoyance and uncertainty. If I hear nothing from you I shall expect you at 5 on the Sunday following. With Mrs M’s kindest regards and our united wishes for a prosperous termination of your patient labours
Yours ever faithfully
C J Mathews
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