Letter from Albert J. Beveridge to May Wright Sewall.

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Beveridge, Albert Feb 4 1899

ALBERT J. BEVERIDGE. 903 NORTH DELAWARE STREET.

Dear Mrs. Sewall --

Not until now have I had an opportunity to acknowledge your gracious & thoughtful letter. Be assured that I appreciate keenly your congratulations & good wishes & I thank you for both.

I note with that pleasure which everything you say always inspires, the suggestions of your letter. In addition to the attention which I have already given that subject, I shall study it with

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conscientious care &, when it comes up for practical consideration, I hope to bring to its solution a preponderance of mind, made richer & more perfect by your wisdom & counsel.

At the very earliest opportunity I shall give myself the pleasure of calling upon you -- it was kind of you to invite me. Then we can talk over many subjects more

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thoroughly than by correspondance.

With sincere regards, I am, my dear Mrs. Sewall, Cordially Albert J Beveridge

To Mrs. May Wright Sewell [City?]

Indianapolis Fourth February 1899

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