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THE CREATION OF A PERSON

itself conveyed an impression of truth, but it was also consistent with Major Martin's birthplace of Cardiff; I hope that they will forgive us for taking and using their notepaper-and especially for questioning the comfort for which that hotel is noted.
Finally, I got a friend who was a partner in the firm to round off the picture by drafting the following letter, and writing it on McKenna & Co.'s note-paper:

McKenna & Co. 14, Waterloo Place,
Solicitors. London, S.W.i.
Our ref.: McL/EG
19th April, 1943.
DEAR SIR,

Re your affairs
We thank you for your letter of yesterday's date returning the draft of your will approved. We will insert the legacy of £5o to your batman and our Mr. Gwatkin will bring the fair copy with him when he meets you at lunch on the 21St inst. so that you can sign it there.
The inspector of taxes has asked us for particulars of your service pay and allowances during 1941/2 before he will finally agree to the amount of reliefs due to you for that year. We cannot find that we have ever had these particulars and shall, therefore, be grateful if you will let us have them.
Yours faithfully,
MCKENNA & CO.
Major W. Martin, R.M., Naval & Military Club, 94, Piccadilly, London, W. i .

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