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rned we will permit him to tell his own tale, and quote his own language as used in the letter. "I am only astonished that you did not omit the identical passage, for old Curtis is indeed more to be pitied than persecuted. I would like to avoid all personal, enmity with him, as I do indeed not consider hits my enemy. On the contrary. Hiligarner writes to me. I attended to make Cursis's some chief of my staff — or had made him such. That is all humour. The matter is simply this. Maj. Shafter, at Rolls, has very much entreated me to appoint him on my staff — young Curtis very much desires to serve under Seigel, &c. I have waved as mind as possible the offer, and know not where the young man is to be found now. Herr Gicke shall be so kind as to tell Hill partner so. The writer then refer to some plan among the German, in which he is interested, and which he is pleased to term "my cause." Now, it is a pretty plainly intimated in the extract which we append that the German p
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