[Ralph Waldo] Emerson
John H Muir's letter to R. W. E. The letter of March 26th is a remarkable account of an Earthquake then going on in the Valley [ZWZ?] Yosemite Valley April 3d, 72Dear Emerson, Your two books came to my cabin this afternoon, Two big brown loaves, I have not seem them before. How rich I am becoming. This huge accumulation of Earthquakes & all this bread. When you were here you excited my attention to a Sweedenborgian book wh you said you had sent to Carbyle & would send to me. it never came there you sent it? Or have you forgotten it. Our Earthquake storm is still living we have many shocks every
1872 Apr 3
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