The Letters of H. P. Blavatsky to A. P. Sinnett
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Letter No. 178

MADAME H. P. BLAVATSKY,
WURZBURG.

LONDON,
28th April, 1886.

DEAR AND RESPECTED MADAME,

Ill-health and other considerations have decided me to return to India as quickly as I can. I am writing to Colonel Olcott for money to pay for my passage back. I have lost all interest in the politics of the Theosophical Society. When I return I shall do quietly whatever work there may be for me to do. I should have been very glad to do what I could to smooth matters with the Oakleys. But my ill-health and inability to find out the way in which I could be of use in regard to this matter, leave me no other alternative than to pass the few days I shall be in London in strict privacy. If you could suggest any way in which I can help you to smooth matters with the Oakleys, I shall be very glad.

Yours obediently,
BABAJEE.


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