Lucknow, Bruce Ont
28th Feby. 1897.
I post an addition to what I have already written you and hope it may reach you in time. I haev had many unavoidable interruptions since I began this last part, and endeavored to answer your test as far as possible, and I think it is answered. I can add more to it if required and hope this brochure may be satisfactory as far as it goes. I write in no spirit of anything but enquiry, as I profess no extra knowledge of the subject but am anxious to learn more and willing to be instructed. Do me the favor to tell me how it has been received by your society, after it is read. I have taken some trouble to write it in a distinct hand.
Yours very faithfully,
John H. Garnier, M.d.
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