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Trinity College
Cambridge
21 August 1906

My dear Dr Howitt
Your letters of 18th June
and 9th July reached me safely,
each containing a remittance of
five pounds. The four papers
for the Journal of the Anthropolog
ical Institute
also came to hand
and have been sent in to the
Institute with a recommendation
that (to prevent the controversy
from dragging out) they should all
be printed together. I thought
it best, for reasons that you will
understand, that I should not
see the papers before publication,
so I sent them on unopened to
the Secretary and asked him not
to send me proofs of them.
Proofs will be sent to you.
This will cause little, if any,
delay, since, as you know, the

[written sideways along page]
I am very glad to hear of the improvement in Dr Fison's
health. With kindest regards from my wife and myself to
you and
Miss Howitt
I am
yours
very
sincerely
J. G. Frazer
I think
that
Macmillan
would
probably
be
glad to
publish
such a
volume
as I have
indicated

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