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1895
funny Kanucky-looking wheel and seems to be happy amid much very tame surroundings. We took quite a long walk around to the dock, only to be informed that the boat had not yet arrived in from Rochester. We saw the smoke before it went in to Coburg. We weighed the fish. We talked to the Barnards. We found out about a woman travelling with 6 children. We visited again. We walked the pier. We were pur- suaded to sip whiskey to prevent colds &c. &c. all long before the boat "hove in". At last it came - as I was snapping at
a Canadian "hack" & we got on board & snapped at
everything - officers & men & people & each other - to kill time. At last we started - 2 hours late - at 11:45 - and our nice purser told us dinner would be served at 12:30. It was very rough and people began being sick immediately - Mr. & Mrs. B.
staid out on deck, by Mary's advice, & so avoided utter wretchedness. We 4 & 3 others (men) were the only ones besides the officers at dinner. Mary was

1895
funny Kanucky-looking wheel and seems to be happy amid much very tame surroundings. We took quite a long walk around to the dock, only to be informed that the boat had not yet arrived in from Rochester. We saw the smoke before it went in to Coburg. We weighed the fish. We talked to the Barnards. We found out about a woman travelling with 6 children. We visited again. We walked the pier. We were pur- suaded to sip whiskey to prevent colds &c. &c. all long before the boat "hove in". At last it came - as I was snapping at
a Canadian "hack" & we got on board & snapped at
everything - officers & men & people & each other - to kill time. At last we started - 2 hours late - at 11:45 - and our nice purser told us dinner would be served at 12:30. It was very rough and people began being sick immediately - Mr. & Mrs. B.
staid out on deck, by Mary's advice, & so avoided utter wretchedness. We 4 & 3 others (men) were the only ones besides the officers at dinner. Mary was

1895
funny Kanucky-looking wheel and seems to be happy amid much very tame surroundings. We took quite a long walk around to the dock, only to be informed that the boat had not yet arrived in from Rochester. We saw the smoke before it went in to Coburg. We weighed the fish. We talked to the Barnards. We found out about a woman travelling with 6 children. We visited again. We walked the pier. We were pur- suaded to sip whiskey to prevent colds &c. &c. all long before the boat "hove in". At last it came - as I was snapping at
a Canadian "hack" & we got on board & snapped at
everything - officers & men & people & each other - to kill time. At last we started - 2 hours late - at 11:45 - and our nice purser told us dinner would be served at 12:30. It was very rough and people began being sick immediately - Mr. & Mrs. B.
staid out on deck, by Mary's advice, & so avoided utter wretchedness. We 4 & 3 others (men) were the only ones besides the officers at dinner. Mary was
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