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“December 28. ...Mrs. Barrows dined tete-a-tete with me, and we had much talk about Armenia. I said: ‘If we two should go to England, would it do any good?’ I spoke only half in earnest. She said: ‘If you would only go, I would go with you as your henchman.’ This set me thinking of a voyage to England and a crusade such as I made for Peace in 1872. I am, however, held forcibly here by engagements, and at my age, my bodily presence might be, as St. Paul says, ‘contemptible.’ I must try to work in some other way.”
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