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[letterhead]Feb. 12 1894Dear Mr. Muir,I send by today's express the "Sequoia" the Rest of Writings. Many thanks for your kindness in not prodding me up for my delay in getting them out. I ran into a little snarl of work, and am just getting out of the woods. It is quite a pleasure to have a crowd of work just now I can assure you.Have had a number of Sonnets which I sent to the Atlantic returned with thanks. Of course it was rank presumption on my part to send to this august periodical, and I am not sur-
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