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Home Thursday Afternoon.  
Jany 5, 1911

My dear Francis
I would give a great deal if you were here.  I want to see you more than I can tell. There are many things I want to say. I carried away with me the joy of your parting caress & I think of that now to give me comfort  I am entirely alone when you are gone.

I forgot to tell you yesterday that I went to the bank & deposited your dividends, so you can draw on them. You said you would have something to send on, soon, for deposit.

Mr. Gurley was here & worked with me all the morning. We have changed the titles of the first two chapters.


Location: Linguistic Relationships.
This covers the account of the 5 cognates.

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