(Original in Bengali)
102 E. 58TH STREET,
25th July, 1900.
I received a letter from Mrs. Hansborough telling me of your visit to her. They like you immensely, and I am sure you have found in them genuine, pure, and absolutely unselfish friends.
I am starting for Paris tomorrow. Things all turn that way. Kali is not here. He is rather worried at my going away, but it has got to be.
Address your next letter to me care of Mr. Leggett, 6 Place des Etats Unis, Paris, France.
Give my love to Mrs. Wyckoff, Hansborough, and to Helen. Revive the clubs a bit and ask Mrs. Hansborough to collect the dues as they fall and send them to India. Sarada writes they are having rather hot times. My kind regards for Miss Boocke.
With all love,
Ever yours in the Lord,