Melville B[est] Anderson
7Flugel [diacritic]; my bringing Green was not intended beforehand, but almost all our men are good fellows and presentable enough. You see I have such faith in you that I take you at your word.Please give my cordial regards to Mrs. Muir and express to her my gratitude for her kind hospitality. I should like also to be remembered to Mrs. Strentzel. Thanks you again for your kind words about my article; it is an ungrateful task to be so severe upon any book or man. But if one criticise at all, one must be true and thorough.Goodbye, dear Mr. Muir, and believe me to beYours ever,Melville B. Anderson01998
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