[Robert Underwood] Johnson
2Have got off the most valuable of the grapes but 200 tons or so yet remain on the vines. I shall leave others to look after them as much as possible. Dr Strentzel my father-in-law is in very poor low health & I have to help in disposing of his crop of grapes also. I hope to get a lawyer to go with me into the Canon & will ask him about the description of the proposed reservation. As for Irish his case is hopeless & I dont mean to answer him at all. His moral sense seems to have given way & sloughed off in
1890 Oct 24
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