June 13th 1936

1917. Air Raid over E. London
S.R. 4.43, S.S. 9.17

Tish & I went to Mummie’s. Went to see “The Ghost Goes West”. It was marvellous. Had tea at the Cadena. Spent the night at home.

Diary entry June 13th 1936

Diary footnote, accompanying a photograph of an English Setter: ENGLISH SETTER. Setters and Spaniels, it is claimed, came originally from the same stock. The former, like Pointers, have the peculiarity of standing and pointing to their game, thus indicating it’s position. The Setter is both handsome and intelligent. The coat is wavy and silky, the colouring usually blue or lemon ticked, and the legs heavily feathered. A very handsome golden strain has recently been introduced.

Published by derynjames

British author and voiceover.

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