C[harles] W[alter] Carruth
[sur-]prised at thier return, but then one succeeds often where it is least likely. The rule of probabilities or possibilities even is void in sending matter to a modern magazine unless one has something transcendently good.Well, I guess I will keep on mixing words together, and if I do not get them published it is instructive work and may edify my friends.Enclosed find bill for [illegible]With best regards to yourself and Mrs. Muir, I am,Yours,C. W. Carruth01783
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