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ARNOLD ARBORETUM,2do this, take a very early train Wednesday morning in New York for Wilmington. It would be a pity, however, for you not to see the country about Wilmington as it is a good one with many fine trees. The best plan of all, however, is to return to Boston soon and make a respectable start from here with me. In case you do not come, let me know if you want me to get your shoes and take them with me. I am counting on you, of course, for the Florida trip especially as I am in too feeble a condition to go alone.On the whole I think I like your last article the best of the series. Jordan too has an excellent article in this number, well written and convincing.Faithfully yours,[illegible]John Muir, Esq.C/o R. U. Johnson, Esq.Century Magazine, N. Y.02490
Jamaica Plain, Mass.
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