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Daily Reading

 


                           


To Miss Josephine MacLeod





HIGH VIEW, CAVERSHAM, 


READING, ENGLAND, 





October, 1895.





DEAR JOE JOE, 





I was so glad to hear from you. I was afraid you had forgotten me. 





I am going to have a few lectures in and about London. One of them, a public one, will be at Princes' Hall on the 22nd at 8-30. 





Come over and try to form a class. I have as yet done almost nothing here. Of course, breaking the ice is slow always. It took me two years in America to work up that little which we had in New York. 





With love for all,  





Yours ever,





VIVEKANANDA





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To Mr. E. T. Sturdy





80 OAKLEY STREET, 


CHELSEA, 





1st November, 1895.





DEAR FRIEND, 





The tickets of the Balleren (?) Society are 35 in number. 


The subject is "Indian Philosophy and Western Society". 





Chairman blank. 





As you did not ask me to send them over, I do not. I got your letters properly.





Yours in the Sat,





VIVEKANANDA


 






 





 



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