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To Munshi Jagmohanlal
15 April 1898
MY DEAR JAGMOHAN,
If you can find out all the letters that I addressed to H.H. on my way to â and stay in â Japan, Europe and America, please do send them carefully packed, under registered cover, to my address in the Math, as early as possible.
With blessing to you,
To Miss Josephine MacLeod
18th April, 1898.
MY DEAR JOE JOE,
I was down with fever brought upon, perhaps, by excessive mountain climbing and the bad health in the station.
I am better today and intend leaving this in a day or two. In spite of the great heat there, I used to sleep well in Calcutta and had some appetite. Here both have vanished â this is all the gain.
I could not see Miss Müller yet on the subject of Marguerite; but I intend to write her today. She is making all arrangements to receive her here. Mr. Gupta is also invited to teach them Bengali. She may now do something about her. I shall, however, write.
It will be easy for Marguerite to see Kashmir any time during her stay; but if Miss M. is not willing, there will be a big row again to injure both her and Marguerite.Â
I am not sure whether I go to Almora again. Much riding it seems is sure to bring on a relapse. I will wait for you at Simla â whilst you pay your visit to the Seviers. We will think on it when I am in.Â
I am so glad to learn that Miss Noble delivered an address at the R.K. Mission. With all love to the Trinity,
Ever yours in the Lord,