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as I was prepared by a previous letter from Mrs. Stanford whom I hope is quite well with best wushes for your good health and all that this New Year can bring of good to you and dear Mrs. Stanford Believe me as always Very sincerely, Julia D. Grant
3 East 66th Street. May 16th 90
I hope you
will have [Austria?]
placed on the list
of the bill just now
introduced by [Sen.
for letter inbound
both of which [would?]
I know give great
satisfaction to [my?]
[young people now ?]
in Austria. You must not my dear senator think me intrusive for you know that is just what you volunteered for. To do the will of the people and the above request is the will and earnest wish of one of them your sincere friend Julia D. Grant Senator Stanford 18926
The Bruhl, August Sept. 5,1892!
Dear Senator Stanford
I cannot thank you and Mrs. Stanford enough for the beautiful watch which I had not enough time to thank you for before you left, Geneva, and which I will keep as my greatest pride when I am a grown man- It was so good and kind of you both to think of me, and the present is the loveliest one I can ever receive. I will all my life think of our dear and kind friends when I look at it.
We got into Austria just in time not to be fumigated, as they are afraid of the Cholera here, and watch all the frontier and all those [he?] who [k?] come from France and Germany-
I am afraid my letter is too long and will bother you, so I will end it by sending ever so much love to you and Mrs. Stanford