<%@LANGUAGE="JAVASCRIPT" CODEPAGE="65001"%> Letter from Mark Twain to James Redpath - Mar. 22, 1870
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Letter from Mark Twain to James Redpath

BUFFALO, March 22, 1870.

Mark Twain James Redpath

DEAR RED,—I am not going to lecture any more forever. I have got things ciphered down to a fraction now. I know just about what it will cost us to live and I can make the money without lecturing. Therefore old man, count me out.

Your friend,
S. L. CLEMENS.

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