[Letter to Miss Josephine MacLeod]
14th February, 1901.
MY DEAR JOE,
I am ever so glad to hear that Bois is coming to Calcutta. Send him immediately to the Math. I will be here.
If possible I will keep him here for a few days and then let him go again to Nepal.
THE MATH, BELUR,
11th February, 1901.
Just now received your nice long letter. I am so glad that you met and approve Miss Cornelia Sorabji. I knew her father at Poona, also a younger sister who was in America.
Perhaps her mother will remember me as the Sannyâsin who used to live with the Thakore Sahib of Limbdi at Poona.
I hope you will go to Baroda and see the Maharani.
I am much better and hope to continue so for some time. I have just now a beautiful letter from Mrs. Sevier in which she writes a whole lot of beautiful things about you.
I am so glad you saw Mr. Tata and find him so strong and good.
I will of course accept an invitation if I am strong enough to go to Bombay.
Do wire the name of the steamer you leave by for Colombo. With all love,