Royall Tyler to Mildred Barnes Bliss, February 12, 1913
8 Rue de la Barouillère
Feb. 12. 1913Wednesday.
I am writing because Elisina is in bed—much better though, thank you.
We will come with pleasure to lunch on Saturday, and go to see anything you like, and also something I like very much.
You have nothing to cry about where MoultonProbably Baron John Fletcher Moulton (1844–1921), an English mathematician, barrister, and judge. See H. Fletcher Moulton, The Life of Lord Moulton (London: Nisbet and Co., 1922). See also letters of January 23, 1913; February 7, 1913; and May 30, 1913. is concerned. I found him simply bewitching—never have seen his like, and never hope to. I think he liked me too, and I shall take trouble to see him again.
Love to Robert and you from both of us.