Dundas, Scots Guards, a Memoir With Preface by Horatio F. Brown
This record of the life of a dearly-loved
son I dedicate to his Mother. Only those who have known them can
realise to the full the wonderful relationship that was theirs. He
knew well the extent of his debt to her; and the intensity of his
love for her is the measure of her loss.
I wish here to express her grateful thanks and mine
to Mr Henry Marten and Captain Oliver Lyttelton for the chapters on
Eton life and life in France which enrich this book. We are proud to
feel that it was our son who inspired these narratives. Also for Mr
Horatio Browns beautiful and scholarly Preface we are under a
further debt of gratitude to our friend.
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