To Mrs. Ole Bull
THE MATH, BELUR
13 May 1901
I reached Calcutta yesterday. This morning arrived your letter containing three cheques for my cousin. They shall reach her regularly.
I have not had any letter from Joe [Miss Josephine MacLeod] from Japan, but several I find awaiting me from on board steamer. She also sends me a newspaper cutting to be sent to Professor Geddes. I enclose it in this letter and expect you to direct it to Prof. Geddes.
Saradananda has been three weeks in Darjeeling, where he has improved greatly. I wish he will remain some time longer there. Mr. Bannerjy is the kindest of hosts.
Mrs. Sevier is in London at 2, Maisemore Mansions, Canfield Gardens, London, N.W.
You are right: my experiences are bringing about calmness — great calmness.
Mrs. Patterson and children are off to Europe. General [C. B. Patterson] is alone and very desirous that I would call. I will the next time I go to town.
My cousin and mother and the rest send love, and my eternal love you know always.
Ever your son,
P.S. All love and blessings for Margot [Sister Nivedita].