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while we were still on deck, she on the quay. She has an automobile now, and the Evanses having but 12 hours in Rio I played truant, left all but my hand baggage and we all went off with Dona Maria. I had been told by State Dept to call at Embassy here for free entry permit, so did not suppose I could get my baggage out that day anyway, but I learned next day that Mr. Meyer ^[[insertion]] of the Embassy [[/insertion]] was at the custom house to get out my
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