a short course of lectures. As
the letter has been unfortunately
mislaid, before I had taken
a note of your address, I
will enclose this letter to
Prof. Baldwin Spencer and ask
him to forward it to you.

Our return to Cambridge
so soon after leaving it gave my
wife a great deal to do,
and she was fatigued by it,
especially as much had to
be done to the house after
we entered on possession.
However, she has to some extent
recovered form the fatigue
and is fairly well.

With very kind regards
from us both
I am
Yours very truly
J. G. Frazer

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