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1895.
Nov. 24 Sun. Slept till almost 9:30 - Don't feel much better. Staid home & read the new Harper all the morning. Caspar Whitney's articles about the Northwest have begun - good. Felt so restless after dinner that I thought I'd take a car & ride to Brighton & walk in. Didn't see a Brighton car however so walked out East Avenue to Oxford and then across to Charlotte's. The sunset was gorgeous & of course I en- joyed it as I always do. Mary came & we had a nice chat over Charlotte's scrapbook. Louie Saunders was there- and Frank. Rode back with Mary & found Ned had been here. Read accounts of football. Nov. 25. Mon. Poured. Gilmore treated to pumpkin pie on our bet. Papa read aloud tonight. Claude called on Mary Hampton who is here with "Sowing the Wind." Nov. 26. Tues. Pleasanter. Another pie tonight. Calls from Ned & Edith. More reading tonight. Nov. 27. Wed. Clear & cool. Rode Diana this a.m. but it was pretty cold work. Shopped a little this noon. Ned stopped & so did Edith later. J.G. is in Albany. Tonight is our pedro Club at Miss Collings. I went with the MacArthurs and Mr. Fiske. Played with Mr. Bristol (!) and we started off finely 34 - 36 - 38 - 47 ! and then - 5 - which hoodooed us & we lost count. I think it is a fine game however.

1895.
Nov. 24 Sun. Slept till almost 9:30 - Don't feel much better. Staid home & read the new Harper all the morning. Caspar Whitney's articles about the Northwest have begun - good. Felt so restless after dinner that I thought I'd take a car & ride to Brighton & walk in. Didn't see a Brighton car however so walked out East Avenue to Oxford and then across to Charlotte's. The sunset was gorgeous & of course I en- joyed it as I always do. Mary came & we had a nice chat over Charlotte's scrapbook. Louie Saunders was there- and Frank. Rode back with Mary & found Ned had been here. Read accounts of football. Nov. 25. Mon. Poured. Gilmore treated to pumpkin pie on our bet. Papa read aloud tonight. Claude called on Mary Hampton who is here with "Sowing the Wind." Nov. 26. Tues. Pleasanter. Another pie tonight. Calls from Ned & Edith. More reading tonight. Nov. 27. Wed. Clear & cool. Rode Diana this a.m. but it was pretty cold work. Shopped a little this noon. Ned stopped & so did Edith later. J.G. is in Albany. Tonight is our pedro Club at Miss Collings. I went with the MacArthurs and Mr. Fiske. Played with Mr. Bristol (!) and we started off finely 34 - 36 - 38 - 47 ! and then - 5 - which hoodooed us & we lost count. I think it is a fine game however.

1895.
Nov. 24 Sun. Slept till almost 9:30 - Don't feel much better. Staid home & read the new Harper all the morning. Caspar Whitney's articles about the Northwest have begun - good. Felt so restless after dinner that I thought I'd take a car & ride to Brighton & walk in. Didn't see a Brighton car however so walked out East Avenue to Oxford and then across to Charlotte's. The sunset was gorgeous & of course I en- joyed it as I always do. Mary came & we had a nice chat over Charlotte's scrapbook. Louie Saunders was there- and Frank. Rode back with Mary & found Ned had been here. Read accounts of football. Nov. 25. Mon. Poured. Gilmore treated to pumpkin pie on our bet. Papa read aloud tonight. Claude called on Mary Hampton who is here with "Sowing the Wind." Nov. 26. Tues. Pleasanter. Another pie tonight. Calls from Ned & Edith. More reading tonight. Nov. 27. Wed. Clear & cool. Rode Diana this a.m. but it was pretty cold work. Shopped a little this noon. Ned stopped & so did Edith later. J.G. is in Albany. Tonight is our pedro Club at Miss Collings. I went with the MacArthurs and Mr. Fiske. Played with Mr. Bristol (!) and we started off finely 34 - 36 - 38 - 47 ! and then - 5 - which hoodooed us & we lost count. I think it is a fine game however.
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