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My dear Sir
 
My dear Sir
  
All thnaks to you. Yes, I still have that scar. I live at Crowboro' now and should always be glad to see you if you are that way. I avoid town all I can.
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All thanks to you. Yes, I still have that scar. I live at Crowboro' now and should always be glad to see you if you are that way. I avoid town all I can.
  
 
: Your very sincerely
 
: Your very sincerely

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This letter was written by Arthur Conan Doyle on 1st march 1912 from the Grand Hotel, Lyndhurst, New Forest, UK.


Letter

My dear Sir

All thanks to you. Yes, I still have that scar. I live at Crowboro' now and should always be glad to see you if you are that way. I avoid town all I can.

Your very sincerely
A. Conan Doyle.
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