"Steve Orlen" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
In a letter written >from a relative in England circa 1900 the writer says,Are you sure this doesn't read lodgings - which would make more sense?
I think that this would be the equivalent of what Americans would call a
He would have had his own room - or possibly been sharing.
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