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^[[LETTER #10]]

Paris, November 16th/94
Dear Mr. Hecker,
I arrived in Paris on Saturday last the 10th inst and the following afternoon Dewing came --  Well, its been one continued whirl eversince. [[strikethrough]] So [[/strikethrough]] This morning we seperated for the day so as to give each one of us a chance to make some personal calls and to also attend to correspondence.  Surely my own is sadly behind.
I had no letters forwarded from Paris, consequently upon arrival here, I found from you #2, 3, 4 & 5 and this afternoon, #6 came.
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I have enjoyed them all -- Home news is always the best news --  And you are very kind to write
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