Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:
Ruskin tells Heaton that he will be frank with her with regards to what he would like her to do so that Heaton can assist him, if she is able to. Ruskin is going to Oxford and describes his transportation method ("a fly & a single horse"). Ruskin agrees with Heaton that "Ida" (Elizabeth Siddall) should go to Switzerland for the summer.
"All kinds of people -- old friends, and stiff unreformable new ones -- have written to say they are coming here tomorrow, Wednesday -- our day for Miss Siddall -- Can you make it Thursday at 12 instead -- or if not Friday -- I am afraid I could not get a minutes [sic] time tomorrow." [Date provided by Surtees: 14th? October 1856]
The collection comprises letters from John Ruskin to Ellen Heaton, written from 1855 to 1864.