[Louie Strentzel] Muir
London 4 September 1903Madam,We have the pleasure to inform you that, since writing to you on the 28th August last, we have been able to collect the cost of our cable to you of the 26th idem.We were unable to do so at the time, as the Telegraph Company here had not instructions to hand us a paid reply form: which mistake has, however, been since rectified by them.We remain,MadamYour obedient servantsL. WildmanMrs. J. Muir.MartinezCalifornia.06215
1903 Sep 4
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