“I have received a very large box full of beautiful tea from Russia yesterday … my life is as regular & monotonous as a clock.
I make sure, but wofully slow progress, with my new book.”
Down. | Beckenham. | Kent. S.E.
My dear Sir
I received a very large box full of beautiful tea from Russiayesterday, & no doubt from you.— It is very kind of you, but youare really too magnificent. I suppose you are at Heidelberg, but Ihave always regretted, since your visit here,f2 that I forgot to ask youto […]
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