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rather one Verona than a thousand Milans.  And of the garden - well some day when [[insertion]] ^so many of [[/insertion]] the attractions of Venice can not be seen from my window, directly in front of [[strikethrough]] the [[/strikethrough]] San Giorgio - I will be  better able to express my opinions of [[underlined]] Giusti, [[/underlined]] also of Venice.  Would you call me unbalanced if I should tell you that in my humble opinion Whistlers "Little Venice" is more beautiful than Venice herself seen from the same point of view.  Not that I would detract one single item from the superb magnificence of this glorious city, but give honor to whom it is due.  I was delighted to receive your cable giving such comforting news concerning Watson and to know that you are all well. With cordial greetings to all- 
Faithfully C.L. Freer
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