and not till you had explored that were you to return to this country. You did not give any date and I thought you would be much longer on the way. Yesterday I read in a common, everyday newspaper that you had arrived! I am glad. I was afraid illness would overtake you somewhere on your dark journeyings.I fancy all sorts of strange inscrutable dangers hiding in the swamps and forests you have been wandering in. I wonder which proofs you are now going to be busy correcting in New York.As you see, I am again in Los Angeles. I came down here two weeks ago. Three weeks ago I was in New York, and if I had only staid a little longer should
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