The Letters of H. P. Blavatsky to A. P. Sinnett
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Letter No. 110

{Wurzburg, Oct. 12}
[This letter is incomplete. — ED.]

Hartmann writes and would like to be permitted to write to you. He says he is paralysed and is prevented by doing me justice and helping me because he is shown by Olcott as a liar and black magician etc. He says he was told that I have prevented you to see him at Wurzburg, that I have deliberately worked at sending you away so as not to meet him. For mercy sake write to him the truth. I wanted you to meet him and I know that bad and unreliable as he is, he is often good and true (a medium!) but you know you did not care. Write to him that you were hurrying off to England, could not wait, but that I have not intrigued to prevent you from meeting him. The address is Marzstrasse 28 iii Munchen at Count's Spreti. I know he can help you in many things though he is furious against Olcott who acted as always — like a fool.


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