Rawdon thinks it hard for someone of Emma's age to have to find a new home. He advises her to move to Guernsey as its the place people like themselves settle in. The great feature of the place is its afternoon tea parties. He asks about title deeds to various family properties and for a copy of their father's Will. Rawdon and Maori will leave for Guernsey in March, and Emma can visit to help with garments for the baby that Maori is expecting.