chair before the fire and a shining tea table with a smaller chair
J. Abbott her peroration in mid-air.
of good things here; it wouldn't be fair to get them hereafter too. large exists. Poor Jimmie is having a hard time peddling his bonds.
and men, I find, require a great deal. They purr if you rub them the II. Matthew Arnold's poems. This morning (it's Monday now) three boxes of chocolates came by
At seven-thirty they came back for the President's reception and dance.
Dear Man, I can't bear to think how ill you've been--and all the
who carried on their lives undiscommoded by orphans.
You remember Charles Benton and Henry Freize? They were both sent
under the letter that stood for their names, so that they could be
How many people do you suppose would have the courage to read it
for a few days at Lock Willow before college opens, and if I