ago, seems to have brought me into general disfavor. But, however some of my friends may view the matter, I am convinced that the cause of my failure in “Stocks” was on account of the habit I had of giving way to the opinions of others for the sake of peace and quietness, until I lost confidence in my own judgment. But, by your continued kindness, I judge that you have still the same friendly feeling towards me. Give my kindest regards to Mrs Muir and to Dr. and Mrs. Strentzel. Be sure, if you please, to call and see me when – ever you have time.I remain as Ever yours truly John Bagnall.P.S. Please give my best respects to the “Swett Family” “on the next Ranch”.J. B.
…San Francisco, [Cailf]
1883 Oct 23
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