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[[note]] ansd Mar 2[n]d [[/note]] 9 Newchang Road Shanghai, 11th Feb. 1912. Dear Sir:- Let me first apologize for having not written to you Since you left Shanghai. I have been very busy since the civil war broke out, in our country, I hope that it will be settled very soon. But the scenes of Shanghai are same as before. I am not going to tell you in detail about the war affairs, as I believe that you have been informed better by reading the papers. I was told the other day that your country will be the first to recognize The Chinese Republic & I am sure that our people are very much pleased & thankful. The friendship between your country & ours will surely be the most intimate & closer
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