Postmarked: 7 pm 1 Feb 1940 Sheerness, Kent
Thursday Feb 1st 40
Well your letter #3 arrived to-day after travelling all over the globe on a 3¢ stamp.
1st It costs 5¢ for a letter to Europe.
2nd I cable my address to Warren on Dec. 23rd last. Bank of Montreal, Waterloo Place, London. —Why in the d. did he not at least let you know my address.
Well I hope you hve received your cks ok, and that you are not in good shape -
Miss you all very much here.
I am going to London for the week end to get a good bath and a good bed.
Will write you there. Lots of love.
P.S. Did you ever receive a letter I sent you by Air Mail it cost me 65¢ to do it.
Please tell me all about it.
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