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"The Little French Girl"8 delighted me. It is certainly the best thing she9 has ever done. It's a little too long, I think, but there's not another fault to be found with it. It is brilliant and beautiful writing.
You accomplished something when you got money
GARAGE LIVERY ELEVATION 1200 FEET
OPEN FIRES The Shattuck Inn
AT THE FOOT OF MONADNOCK MOUNTAIN
OPEN ALL THE YEAR
JAFFREY, N.H. from Mary Elizabeth's shop11—(which is not her shop at all it seems!) Several people at Grand Manan12 had sent her checks before I appealed to you; she kept their checks and sent the candy C.O.D.!
When15 does the Miss Jewett16 come out, and what have you decided to
it the edition17? I shall want you to send out five or six copies for me—or to send them to me to send out with proper
Please mail me my September royalty check on Monday, October 13, as I'll surely be
home within a few days after that. Five Bank
Street21 is still my address,—I hope you can come to see me this winter. My
telephone number is
But it's a secret.