[in margin: 887] that enjoyment with the comfort of a glowing fire & cozy seat, free from the unpleasantness of hornet sting, and [illegible]y g[illegible]. Again accept my thanks. Yours truly J Strentzel 00762  Alhambra 11/12 77Dear Friend I have been anxiously awaiting from you some sign of life, having felt uneasy in my conscience for letting you go up the devil’s mountain for a frosty night without sufficient preparations to keep your body in [commensurate?] calorie condition. I believe myself in something like headstrong imp[illegible] to override obstacles, but the most glorious sunset
1877 Nov 12
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