Sir Edwin Arnold

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[left hand side] [notation, different hand] Edwin Arnold Ansd by Telegraph. [/notation, different hand]

again, & I remember your courtesy too well to doubt that you will forgive me for thus troubling you.

Most faithfully [yours?]

Edwin Arnold

The Hon [?] Senator L. Stanford

[notation in shorthand] [illegible] [/notation in shorthand] [/left hand side]

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c/o Mr. Andrew Carnegie

[preprinted] [monogram: C] 5 WEST FIFTY-FIRST STREET, NEW YORK. [/preprinted]

Feby 6 1892

Dear Sir

[Presuming?] on the pleasure [wh.?] I had of making your acquaintance two years ago at San Francisco, I sent to you [there?] yesterday the [illegible] telegram

"Sir Edwin Arnold asks the President kindly to have [reserved?] for him in Belgic for

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[left hand side] Yokohama March 1st the same single-berthed deck cabin he occupie d on the voyage described in "Seas & Lands". Please wire reply"

No reply has come, & I hear you are in Washington. If this reaches your hand, will you most kindly wire [/left hand side]

[right hand side] me a word before next Wednesday the 10th [on wh.?] I go with Mr. Carnegie's party [round?] by New Orleans to San Francisco. The pleasant relations [wh.?] I have had with the O & O Company, & my [argueable? agreeable?] recollection of the "Belgic" & her Captain make me desirous to sail by her

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Sir Edwin Arnold

Feb. 6, 1892

Wants cabin on O. & O. S. S. "Belgic" for Yokohama, Mar. 1.

(Author of 'Light of Asia'; 1832-1904.)

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