Sorry that he was not able to look up Sherrington during a recent visit to Oxford. Sherrington has asked of Bonnier. He was apparently surviving in Templeuve though his knowledge of German. Talks of his three sons, of which Leonard is 'of course chafing to go over' to France. has been doing recruitment canvasing in the Garston slums and was 'struck with the way working women were ready to give their men up for war'. Writes also 'I am glad you take to Oxford, the incomparable'.Talks about verse and of a cartoon in Simplicissimus which is worthy of Heine. Talks about Kuno 'who cut himself off from us'. Concludes with remarks about Sherrington's depleted lab, saying 'we go on with a flock largely feminine'.