25 October 1922

La Prieuré, Fontainebleau, Avon

All the parcels arrived safely. Please send the cloth one. No, I dont want another petticoat or knickers. Don't send the book. Why should you? I don't want any books at present. Id like another sleeping jacket - a very warm one, and a Tuteur for teaching the 'cello & a book of quite elementary exercises - for teaching. This is urgent.
I am staying here indefinitely. I feel better. But as a precaution I shall send my will to the Bank in case of accidents. I hope your toothache is quite cured. Write to me from time to time won't you? Jack seems to have toothache too. If you go back to England I hope you'll see him.
K.M. [To Ida Baker, 24 October 1922.]