Jena 8. Feb 1875.
Many thanks for the Kindness you have had to send me your new syllabories and for the kind letter you have written me. I hope to study the Syllabories in the next days: they seem to be very interesting! Syll. 17 I had copied myself, when I was in London, and I am very glad to see that your copy agrees with the mine. I was very sorry not to see you at the Congress, as I hoped
it. I was asking for you every day – and cd never found you! Since it is not impossible, that I return to England in a shorter or longer time, I then hope to see you, dear Sir!
I have not seen the new volume of the Records; but I hope to get it <ill. del.> in the next time
Allow me, dear Sir, that I present you the little treatise I have written upon the Semitisme and Babylonisme!
Excuse, please my bad English!
Yours very truly