Philada 1 mo. 25, 1876 Dear Alexis I got Tom to make out a statement of thy account which I enclose. He has not quite finished is as thou will see - leaving it open in case another of thy drafts was presented & as he has ridden over to Wyndown today - (taking advantage of his brothers absence to pay a visit to Maggie) it must go in its unfinished state - It will serve as a memorandum however for thee. The francs in Alfreds [----] we did not reduce to dollars as we did not know the rate of exchange at which you drew in London - But thee can readily do that thyself & will then see that thy credit is not quite used up yet. But I do feel a little astonished as Alfs. [proportion] of the expenses. He must try to be more eco
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