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Arrives There from Naples with His Sister, Mrs. Burns
By Marconi Transatlantic Wireless Telegraph to The New York Times
ROME, March 16---J. P. Morgan and his sister, Mrs. Burns, arrived from
Naples this evening, and went straight to the Grand Hotel. Mr. Morgan,
although very well, was feeling somewhat fatigued, and retired to his
own apartment, refusing to see any one. He dealt with the large
correspondence that had accumulated here, dined privately with his own
party, and retired early.

His arrival at the Grand was coincident with a farewell tea given to Mr. and Mrs. Francis Peabody of Boston, who are leaving to-morrow. Thus quite a number of Americans were present, including Ambassador and Mrs. O'Brien, Post Wheeler and wife, who have just arrived at the embassy
from St. Petersburg, and Frank Millet.


Mark Baber, USA


Encyclopedia Titanica (2008) J. P. MORGAN IN ROME (New York Times, Sunday 17th March 1912, ref: #6113, published 2 May 2008, generated 29th November 2021 08:14:50 AM); URL : https://www.encyclopedia-titanica.org/j-p-morgan-in-rome.html