I have been very busy writing as you said it would be better today. Will you please explain to your friend that if the Signora Liberatori is not to be found at that direction, to leave her letter with that for Dr Vantalerni who will forward it – & ask him to call for the answers if he is leaving Rome in a few days – as I told them they might write freely, which they would not venture to do by post – & a little delay wd not much signify. Constance <1> had another visit – from Mrs Starkie <2> & Miss Wyndham – & had to do the honors of the cloisters a second time
1. Constance Talbot, née Mundy (1811–1880), WHFT’s wife.
2. Possibly Charlotte Starky, of Spye Park, Bronham.
3. Julius Troschel (1806-1863) German-born sculptor, Prof of the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Berlin; primarily active in Rome; specilised in portrait busts, mythological subjects and some grave monuments. See Doc. No: 06209 and Doc. No: 06216.