James M. Hay
[B]And finally & last of all What is to be done with those vagabond Anarchists! This dastardly assassniation of your worthy President has stirred the heart of the whole British poeple. Next to the death of our Noble Queen, there is nothing that has so universaly & so deeply touched us as this sad [event?]. The penalty for assassination of [illegible] [illegible] should be Solitary Confinement for life - &[C]& a similar punishment should be meted out to all those who preach & teach & recommend it, They are more culpable than the half witted crazy idiot who sometimes does the Deed. Now my dear Muir we all send our kindest regards. & let us know when your next visit to here is to come offYour affectionate CousinJas M Hay[pro.?] John MuirMartinez
[ca. 1901 Oct ?]
Original letter dimensions: 17.5 x 22.5 cm.
Reel 11, Image 0905
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