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the date on this letter was misidentified and therefore the letter was misnumbered and it is filed too early in the series.
Letter to Mr. Brown (Mannevillette Elihu Dearing Brown) in Paris, from Mr. Walker in Utica. He writes that a friend of Brown's, William, has been to visit him, and discusses Manne's art. He also urges him to come home and says if he accepts any more painting requests then he will never return. He finally says that his children, who are now young ladies, desire to see him again.