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but your cablegram did- And now I shall worry no more.
Referring to your kind letters of Nov, 12th + Dec 3rd and 10th I judge business has improved but little since I left home. Well, it's likely to be a long wait, and I am very glad to be away from such conditions. I trust ere this the Philips-Barre row has been adjusted as you intimated it might.
Many thanks for attending to the Dewing pictures, and the jars and terra cottas, and Anna's piano and the hundred and one minor things in my interest, unmentioned but which I know has your care. Surely Anna 
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