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SELECTED LETTERS OF SALMON P. CHASE

From Johns Hopkins .

BALTO June 24, 1870.

MY DEAR SIR: I have received your kind letter of June 20th, and return you my thanks for your cordial expression of good will.
I unite with you in the earnest wish that the University and Hospital bearing my name, may prove to be substantial blessings to the community. I have confided the management of each institution to competent trustees and I shall take care to place at their disposal means sufficient to maintain both institutions. I may therefore indulge the reasonable hope that my friends will not be disappointed in the practical utility of these undertakings. I am very truly and sincerely your friend
JOHNS HOPKINS.

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