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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

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