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I was reading something and there was this sentence.

On receiving a letter from Bogle, Lady Tichborne sent enough money to pay for the fare back to England.

What does on mean in this sentence?

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It means 'when she received the letter'. Presumably Lady T. sent the money in response to a request in the letter.

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