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Letter from George Yeats to Thomas MacGreevy. 26 July 1963.

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46 Palmerston Road

My dear Tom

Many thanks for your letter. I wanted to talk to you when I did because wanted to be given the little push without which I might have gone on dawdling — & I had been dawdling for years. Now I feel that the less I talk the better. But that doesnt mean on other subjects — So if you have a free evening any time do ring up or ask yourself.

I was having tea at the Savoy yesterday & saw you come in, but I didnt want to talk about anything, so didnt come over. If you saw me, you probably divined that with your usual sensitiveness.

Yours affly