[Robert Underwood] Johnson
Nov. 9, '95 (?)Dear Mr. Johnson:I am not sure if I have ever told you how much disappointed I was at missing Mr. John Muir. As soon as I got his card at the House of Commons I went out to look for him, but he had vanished, and the card bore no address so I could not write to him. I had greatly wished to see him. The means provided for finding members at the H. of C. are so bad that I wish any friends of yours coming to see me there would always put their London address on their card.Please convey to Mr. Muir my regret.Yours sincerely,J[ames] Bryos.06402
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