The Letters of H. P. Blavatsky to A. P. Sinnett
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Letter No. 193

{London}

32, FOPSTONE ROAD,
EARLS COURT,
April 28, '82.

A. P. SINNETT, ESQ.

DEAR SIR,

The following cards explain themselves. The paper upon which I am writing was brought by "Ernest" to me last evening. I have no doubt it is yours. You already know of my conversion to Theosophy and my having seen the Bros. I am certain if I were in any other position than that of a medium gaining his living by his gifts, the Bros. would be enabled to manifest with great clearness and certainty.

I am uncertain whether I can return to India as I had hoped to do in June as I am using my best endeavours to obtain some appointment in England. Kindly remember me to Madame Blavatsky when you write — and

Believe me,
Yours faithfully,
W. EGLINTON.


Letter 193a

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