Robert C. Porter
And shall [therefore?] be obliged if you will send the amount as [soon?] as you can, conveninetly. -I suppose California hill sides are already showing signs of the green of Spring, - and the air is filled with suggestions of its coming - while [illegible] in Cambridge -13 [Mellen?] St.My dear Mrs Muir -With the present issue of the College bills I find that I must ask you for the second $250.00 of the five hundred you are so good as to lend to me.Inclose a note made out for the amount, - 02400
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