[24 March 1915]
I think I know Mrs Burke a little floppy kindly person. Mrs Mitchell, you have me there, unless by chance the poet Susan Mitchell. I dont know who the tall Miss French with Black Eyes is.
I wish I had been there with you, there are more interesting things going on in Dublin right now than on the whole of this miserable front. Ill send George a note on the subject of motorbikes. I dont quite know what Ill say but will consider what youve suggested and think at all events it would be well to let the Triumph & sidecar go for whatever you & he think fit. I cannot tell exactly what condition it is in or what the people have done. I will write to Ritch & find out the name of the shop. The longer we keep the bike & side-car the more it depreciates in value. You yourself know just a much of my movements as I do. Suppose you ask George to let the matter stand for 10 days or so of course in the meantime if he wants to buy another bike he can do so. I paid £60 for the triumph & side car.