Harold Nicolson writes and states he would prefer 50 copies instead of 100, and how much he will be prepared to pay. Nicolson also expresses his disappointment about the press being full, his preference of having it published with The Hogarth Press, and his wish to have it published as a Christmas Present. Nicolson also clarifies that he can not prepare it to be printed publicly due to its intimacy, which would then be lost. He then goes on to ask whether it can be printed by December if there are only 50 copies made. He finishes his letter mentioning Woolf's 'terrifying wife' and Vita Sackvile-West's latest novel.