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with me all goes well.  By degrees, as my acquaintance here and in Paris grows, I find new and increasing interest on this side.  There is so much to be seen and learned and my acquaintances are so obliging.

In Edinburgh, Glasgow, Paris, and here, nothing but courtesy and  kind attentions have come my way.

Luncheons at the United University Club in this city have brought me in contact with art and literary leaders as well as statesmen and business people.

I have been much with the ladies of Mr. Whistlers' family and trust that to some slight degree I have been of use to them in the
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