Handwritten letter by George Cavafy from Manchester. It is addressed to his brother, Peter John, the poet's father, who is in London. The letter is written on the recto of a sheet. The address of Peter John is written on the verso. The sender refers to a financial facilitation to his brother, for which he explains that he should not feel bad. He also refers to the prospect of becoming involved in commerce in Egypt.
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