THE COLLECTED WORKS OF MAHATMA GANDHI
3. LETTER TO MATHURADAS TRIKUMJI
April 25, 1935
I had your letter. I spoke to Munshi
and wrote to Sardar.
Youwill be keeping good health.
OMBAYFrom the Gujarati original: Pyarelal Papers. Nehru Memorial Museum andLibrary. Courtesy: Beladevi Nayyar and Dr. Sushila Nayyar
4. LETTER TO F. MARY BARR
April 26, 1935
If you had told me what to send I would have sent the amount.But you are in the midst of friends. Let the bills come, they would behonoured nevertheless. If you want me to send you cash please write.
I have told you in my wire that I could easily arrange for yourexamination in Bombay or Nagpur. My impression is that there is theapparatus in Wardha also. But if the friends there advise otherwise,their advice should be followed.We were all glad to see Duncan
. He does not look strong. He willbe here for two days.Chandra is selfish. She prefers to be on the floor from whichthere is no fall. And she would watch the fun of my slipping from thebed down to the floor and probably having a bump on the forehead.Tell her I shall succumb to none of her wiles.Love.
APUFrom a photostat: G. N. 6036, Also C. W. 3366, Courtesy: F. Mary Barr
K. M. Munshi
“Speech at Gujarati Meeting”, 5-10-1909
The addressee had fallen ill. The expenses of her treatment were being metby Gandhiji.