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[The original is damaged so that several words are either missing or undecipherable. — ED.]
. . . have no objection whatever against your speaking of . . . pictures alleging to represent my humble self. Yet . . . as they are they are sufficiently myself to make . . . feel uncomfortable if hands other than your own touch them. I'll see what can be done for —-— en face. Please see to that review of Maitland's work. I have good reasons to desire it to be done so as to attract the attention . . . world of the Spiritualists.
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