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Donald J. HARLOW skrev:
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> P.S. I know nothing about the person of "Ido"; I've never seen his 
> grammar. I've received no letter from M. Couturat in the last three 
> weeks. M. de Beaufront's behavior seems very suspicious to me; to show 
> him my confidence, I chose him as my representative before the 
> Delegation -- and without even asking me he suddenly and too 
> surprisingly went over to the reformists and wrote me a letter that 
> Esperanto must die, that in five years only a memory of Esperanto will 
> remain, etc.
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> At the present time I can still say nothing about the congress in 
> Dresden. If our German friends write me that Ostwald's act can cause 
> much hindrance, then it may be advisable to put off our German 
> congress until the following year; but if we don't need to fear 
> anything from Ostwald, then it may be best to use all our strength so 
> that the congress will become a huge demonstration.
>
Just a question: Did the Dresden congress occur before or after the one 
at Boulogne-sur-Mer? (sp)

Kjell R