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I4 had no hesitation about pronouncing the countenance of Daisy Ashford5 very like the fair face of Belloc-Lowndes6. I also thought I saw internal evidence. But what about this7 mature portrait8 in the Herald9?
The Trevelyan10 book11 I am enjoying very much. Thank you for both. And please send me James Husband's12 book "A Year in the Navy."13 I might get some things14 I want from his straight-forward manner.
Is there anything in "The Last Million"15 that I ought to see?STEAM HEAT
I am very much pleased to hear that Mr.
Linscott16 is inventing
things17 to help my product18 along.
Miss Lewis19 said before she left
that she had put down some valuable advertising copy in a note book. I
happened to be working hard and forgot to ask her to read it to me—which is
a fair sample of human gratitude! We climbed the mountain before she left. I
shall be here until the 23d, when, by the especial grace
of God we move back to Bank street; yes, to Five Bank Street20! After all our goods are piled
GARAGE LIVERY ELEVATION 1200 FEET
OPEN FIRES The Shattuck Inn
AT THE FOOT OF MONADNICK MOUNTAIN
OPEN ALL THE YEAR
JAFFREY, N.H. in a house on West 11th, our landlord decides not to cut up his apartments, but to rent them at twice the former price. So back we go to our old apartment, but for mercy's sake sell more books, or I can never keep up my share of this horrid increase!