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ADMIRAL'S LETTER OF THANKS TO SCHOOLGIRL. Tliero is scarcely a. prouder little tiirl in England to-day than Freda l : den, of Godalming;, who has received from Admiral Sir .1. R. dellicoe, in command of the British Fleet, a very kind letter written specially to herself. A few days ng;o Freda, who is a bright and intelligent child of ](), sent a muffler which she had knitted herself to the Admiral, and with it the sent the following; note : Dear Admiral Jellieoc, —1 am sending this scarf. Will you give it to one of ymir brave sailor boys who is watching; and Taking care of us in England. My daddy used to bo a sailor. 1 am 10 years old.—l am, yours affectionately, Freda Cdkn. Freda lias now receiver! the following letter in replv : JLM.S. Iron Duke. October 2.3, 1.011. Little* Freda, —J. must write and thanlc you for your kind thought for the sailors. The boy to whom I guve your muffler was so much touched. Thank you, dear.—Yours. J. R. .Jellicoi-.

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"FREDA" AND SIR J. JELLICOE, Issue 15685, 26 December 1914

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"FREDA" AND SIR J. JELLICOE Issue 15685, 26 December 1914

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