<%@LANGUAGE="JAVASCRIPT" CODEPAGE="65001"%> Letter from Mark Twain to James Redpath - Jul. 10, 1871
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Letter from Mark Twain to James Redpath

ELMIRA, July 10, 1871.

Mark Twain James Redpath

DEAR REDPATH,—I never made a success of a lecture delivered in a church yet. People are afraid to laugh in a church. They can't be made to do it in any possible way.

Success to Fall's carbuncle and many happy returns.

Yours,
MARK.

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