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Legation of the United States.
London, September 29th, 1881.
I have to acknowledge the reception of a telegram from the Leeds Branch of the Anglo-Jewish Association, dated September 22nd, 1881, expressing sorrow and condolence on the occasion of the death of the late President Garfield, and to say that I shall take an early opportunity to transmit the same to Mrs. Garfield and the Government at Washington.
I am, very respectfully,
Your obedient servant,
J. E. Lowell.
To H. Worms, Esq.,
Hon. Sec. Anglo-Jewish Association.
Leeds Branch, 20, Crirnbles Street, Leeds.
Copy of a telegram forwarded by the Leeds Branch of the Anglo-Jewish Association to the members of the family of the late Eight Honourable Lord Justice Lush, on the sad occasion of his death:โ€”
" The members of the Leeds Branch of the Anglo-Jewish Association beg to tender their most heartfelt expressions of sympathy to the family of the late lamented Eight Honourable Lord Justice Lush, and to express their deep grief at this irreparable loss."
Copy of reply to above telegram, received from Montague Lush, Esq., Barrister-at-Law, son of the late Lord Justice Lush, and likewise the acknowledgment of the reception of the wreath, addressed to the Honorary Secretary :โ€”
60, Avenue Eoad, Eegent's Park, N.W.
January 10 th, 1882.
My Dear Sie,
Will you please express to the Leeds Branch of the Anglo-Jewish Association the gratitude that we feel towards them for the kind way in which they have showed their regard for my dear father by sending their beautiful wreath and for their kind sympathy with us all in our sorrow. Please convey to them our very sincere thanks.
Yours sincerely,
Montague Lush.
Henry Worms, Esq.
Copy of letter received from the late Eight Honourable Lord Justice Lush, on the objects of the Anglo-Jewish Association, addressed to the Honorary Secretary, Mr. H. Worms:โ€”
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