the most sympathetic of those readers, It is impossible to thank you enoughI have [illegible] learned by our friend Sargent the happy accomplishment of your voyage in Asia & that it has proved a personal consentement satisfaction. Such grand impressions you could not have [rapportees?] of these courses lointaines for which the war a little later would have rendered them impossiblitiesI finish this letter by assuring you that your short stay at Berlin has left an impression most friendly & durable which I am glad to be able to consider reciprocalWhen in the meantime I look at my sequoias, young as yet & feeble which ornament03453my garden of Scharfenbey It is with other eyes than formerly that I see perceve them They now appear to my view (one seen) under the prism of your beautiful book. 'Again a thousand thanks for a message so preciousAgreez [diacritic] Sir the assurance of my highest consideration & of my true friendshipYourAll-devotedCarl Bolle.03453
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