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Letter №59 p. 2

[Some text missing] my proposal into consideration.

As I have been wandering here and there since my arrival here I have not been able to complete my second article with reference to Mr. Oxley's book.

But I will try my best to finish it as soon as possible.

For the present I beg to remain

Your most obedient servant

T. Subba Row.

To Madam H. P. Blavatsky, etc. Coconada 3rd June, 1882.

[Mahatma K. H. writes:]

My dear friend, I strongly advise you not to undertake at present a task beyond your strength and means; for once pledged were you to break your promise it would cut you off for years, if not for ever from any further progress. I said from the first to "Rishi M." that his intention was kind but his project wild. How can you in your position undertake any such labour? Occultism is not to be trifled with. It demands all or nothing. I read your letter to S.R. sent by him to Morya and I see you do not understand the first principles of ... X.


"...X": Mahatma K. H.'s note continues on the next letter, No. 60.