Letter from William Dudley Foulke to May Wright Sewall.

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FOULKE, WILLIAM DUDLEY JAN 26

New York Jan 26th

My dear Mrs. Sewall

Your letters were received and I much appreciate the kind invitation to be present at the dinner to Miss Anthony. I should most certainly be present & it would to give me the most sincere pleasure to [?] to the toast ['evermore?] our [?] in public as in private life" for the sentiment is one in which I roundly concur & I [?] [?] the greatest delight in being able to do anything to show my deep affection of Miss Anthony's [?] services to a just cause But the death of my father which has just occurred will make it quite impossible. I beg you will express to Miss Anthony & to all those who have charge of this merited tribute to her that my absense will not be due to any lack of zeal or interest. It is a matter of [?] regret that I cannot be with you.

Yours Wm D. Foulke

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