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Letter №55 p. 7

and have it once for ever at rest. Say to him that profiting by his suggestion and advice I, — K.H., will appear to Eglington [sic] in propria persona as in actu at sea, between the 21 and 22 of this month; and that, if successful in bringing the rebel who denies the "Brothers" to his senses, Mrs. Gordon and consort — will be notified of the fact immediately. That's all. We have, waited on purpose to produce our experiment until his departure, and now — WE MEAN TO ACT.

Yours ever,

K. H.


"in propria persona" means to represent oneself in court without assistance of an attorney, from the Latin for "in ones own proper person."

"in actu" is a Latin phrase meaning "in the very act"