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Typed letter from Mahatma Gandhi, London, UK, to Vivian Butler Burke, November 11, 1931 page 1 of 1, English SN 18207 Summary: Inquiring of a mutual friend as to where Gandhi thinks of staying when he visits Dublin; fearing previous letter did not reach; Gandhi says one must never trust the honours of a bull or the smile of an Englishman, meaning C.F. Andrews.

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