from you would be very unsatisfactory to us and to all of our readers. Have you not something in mind in addition to the review of the Silva which you can place in our hands during the coming winter ? Pray do your best to oblige us in this matter out of state pride as well as your old willingness to be of service to the magazine.It is a matter of constant regret to me that during a very brief visit to San-Francisco last spring I could not avail myself of that opportunity to call upon you. I hope to be in California again sometime and shall look forward to the pleasure of making your acquaintance if I may be allowed to do so.Very truly yours, [illegible]John Muir, Esq. 
1902 Sep 18
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