HAND-WRITTEN LETTER Professor Mérimée to a dear Madam, [January 1899].
It will be done as your command commands, but I hear Vital hasn't written a line of his speech yet. Believe that the speech will not take place until the beginning of May.
Without a dreadful cold that charges my eyes and nose like a fountain, I would have gone to bring you my answer and pay my respects.
Please put me at mother and aunt's feet.
One sheet folded in half, blue laid paper, black ink,