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This letter was written by [[Arthur Conan Doyle]] on 4 november 1895 from Caux, Switzerland, about sending a cheque for account and giving his address in Cairo, Egypt where he [[Sir_Arthur_Conan_Doyle:Travels#1895|travelled]] a few days after.  
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This letter was written by [[Arthur Conan Doyle]] on 4 november 1895 from Caux, Switzerland, about sending a cheque for account and giving his address in Cairo, Egypt where he [[Travels#1895|travelled]] a few days after.  
  
  

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This letter was written by Arthur Conan Doyle on 4 november 1895 from Caux, Switzerland, about sending a cheque for account and giving his address in Cairo, Egypt where he travelled a few days after.


Letter

Caux
Nov. 4 /95

Dear Sir

I enclose cheque for account.

In reference to your note I should be sorry to do you any injustice, but (whoever's fault it may be) I have certainly had a great deal to complain of.

My address is Mena House

Near Cairo, Egypt

Yours faithfully

A. Conan Doyle.








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