John W. Noble
R[obert] U[nderwood] Johnson
Department of the interiorWashington, D. c.NOV. 16, '92. My dear Sir:This is all right. Unless you choose to add that Mr. weigel was sent to continue the investigation as to this matter, which the department had formerly instituted, under resolution of the Senate, and upon which the Secretary had already reported, the opinion that the conditions of the grant to California had not been commlied with: and that Mr. Weigel's letter would be sent to the Senate in connection with the Secretary's annual report now in preparation.But I am not particular if for any reason you prefer thefrom.Thanks for your kindYours sincerely,John M. Noble.Mr. R. N. Johnson,Associate Editor The Century,Union Square, N. Y.06420
Washington, D. C.
1892 Nov 16
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