May 30 
My dear Eddie:
It was good to hear your voice the other evening. A.J.M. Smith is here with me now and we were wondering when it would be possible to have a good long chin with you. He is a great admirer of yours and spoke of the leg-up you gave him in the Quarterly just out. Your whole article was gorgeous. It is a pity that the circulation is only 600. Woodhouse is exuberant over the issue. I hope Sandwell takes stock of it.
I wrote Dillon today a long letter telling him of what your efforts have meant to this country. I mentioned Ferguson's impression of the April issue and his enthusiastic support of the Poetry appeal, etc. etc.