of the Club could send him a pr[illegible] &cHe was an officer of the British Army in India, and his wife, I think, grew up near their present home - they travel much & are nice people - He tells me he knows Mr Keith. His wife is a joyous, merry hearted woman who would be delightful on an outing.What have you published since your return from the East, (we say east - but perhaps you call it West)?Believe me always with most love admiration of your daughters and of your great hearted and wisely philosophic selfYour friend J. S. Merriam.enjoy them without, almost th[illegible] [illegible] of Robin Hood to seek you out.And I am sure your keen observation has produced much to tell of the Fossil Forests in which I assume you lived at Alamana and all through that wonderful belt of trees so strangely preserved from decay - I never forget the one day I spent in [driving?] to the cliffs and among the [ships?] of that great lumber yard & logs cast down from the logers above. Will you not let me know03698
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