Although technically under the contract the balance of $812.19 is not due until July 1st, we should of course be glad to anticipate that payment in case it would suit your convenience to have all or part of the sum at an earlier data.Please believe usSincerely yours,[Illegible]John Muir, Esq.4 Park Street BostonFebruary 26, 1910.Dear Mr. Muir,We take pleasure in enclosing herewith a copyright statement showing the sales of your books on our list for the six months ending January 31st. We hope the showing will be as pleasing to you as it has been to us. We shall be particularly glad if we may have that journal of your first summer in the Sierra for next fall, for. needless to say, nothing is so useful in promoting the sustained life of an author's books as a new volume by the same hand.04715
1910 Feb 26
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