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HOTEL ITURBIDE. MEXICO. copy. #116 Mexico City Nov. 11th 1904. My dear Mr. Hyde: - We reached here day before yesterday in a regular "Northeaster" and it has rained almost every hour since. I have endeavored to write but our room is so cold that it is almost impossible to sit still. We both have colds and are glad that we are going to a warmer part of the country. We have finished packing and Mrs. Pepper is lying on the sofa with a heavy shawl over her while yours truly has an overcoat wrapped about him. The people in the city, both American and natives, claim that such a bad spell has
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