C[harles] W[alter] Carruth
[letterhead]Oakland, Cal. Dec 19, 1893Dear Mr. Muir:Your kind note of the 11th was duly received, and in accordance with my pred[illegible]tion for putting off till to-morrow what I do not have to do to-day (having so much in the [illegible] and domestic lines that I do have to do_ that it has gone this long unanswered. And then your suggestion in regard to sending the [Russia?] sonnet to Geo Kennan started me on some more sonnets, or [illegible] the one to Kennan, and the one to [illegible] was suggested by an [illegible] in the Enquirer. Of the other sonnets sent, the one on English [illegible] has the most [illegible]
1893 Dec 19
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