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would occasionally dash in the boat. Even "Uncle" kept close watch of us, as we found out. It calmed down quite a good deal tho', as we approached Mt. J. & espied the Graham's boat, with Mr. G. Blanche

, & Charlotte & Helen. Then the Struthers boat, with the Misses S. Mrs. Stanberry & Mr. Stanberry (her step-son, he turns out to be) and last the canoe, with "Tom" & Mary. We all rowed back together & found boats gathering from all quarters & being tied & people taking red song books & sitting down under the trees to listen. The minister wore a red & black striped blazer & the melodeon played & we sang & listened to a man from Toronto & Prof. Forbes of Rochester & Mr. Buell of Rochester. About half the congregation seemed to be from our city. Mr. Buell had Miss Wills & Alice & Beth Averell & some of his boys with him, & invited us down to the "Shanty" quite cordially, after church. In the midst of an exercise a M.P. (I don't know his name) espied a boat canoe ap- parently drifting away & jumped up & ran for it - when Tom's head appeared. He


would occasionally dash in the boat. Even "Uncle" kept close watch of us, as we found out. It calmed down quite a good deal tho', as we approached Mt. J. & espied the Graham's boat, with Mr. G. Blanche

, & Charlotte & Helen. Then the Struthers boat, with the Misses S. Mrs. Stanberry & Mr. Stanberry (her step-son, he turns out to be) and last the canoe, with "Tom" & Mary. We all rowed back together & found boats gathering from all quarters & being tied & people taking red song books & sitting down under the trees to listen. The minister wore a red & black striped blazer & the melodeon played & we sang & listened to a man from Toronto & Prof. Forbes of Rochester & Mr. Buell of Rochester. About half the congregation seemed to be from our city. Mr. Buell had Miss Wills & Alice & Beth Averell & some of his boys with him, & invited us down to the "Shanty" quite cordially, after church. In the midst of an exercise a M.P. (I don't know his name) espied a boat canoe ap- parently drifting away & jumped up & ran for it - when Tom's head appeared. He


would occasionally dash in the boat. Even "Uncle" kept close watch of us, as we found out. It calmed down quite a good deal tho', as we approached Mt. J. & espied the Graham's boat, with Mr. G. Blanche

, & Charlotte & Helen. Then the Struthers boat, with the Misses S. Mrs. Stanberry & Mr. Stanberry (her step-son, he turns out to be) and last the canoe, with "Tom" & Mary. We all rowed back together & found boats gathering from all quarters & being tied & people taking red song books & sitting down under the trees to listen. The minister wore a red & black striped blazer & the melodeon played & we sang & listened to a man from Toronto & Prof. Forbes of Rochester & Mr. Buell of Rochester. About half the congregation seemed to be from our city. Mr. Buell had Miss Wills & Alice & Beth Averell & some of his boys with him, & invited us down to the "Shanty" quite cordially, after church. In the midst of an exercise a M.P. (I don't know his name) espied a boat canoe ap- parently drifting away & jumped up & ran for it - when Tom's head appeared. He

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