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(No.10) in the northeast corner. Mr. Joiner was there & introduced us to Mrs. Nash, the proprietress, who, I soon found, was an admirer of Claude's. She is pretty (tho’ large) and recently a widow - a very popular boniface. After Mr. J.

went & we got “washed up”. We went over thro’ the new Court House - inside and out - and into the beautiful Wadsworth grounds - as lovely - or more so - then ever. We also took a ride (and walk) up on Temple Hill. After dinner (quite a hurried one) we went down on the flats to the Horse Show - which was as interesting as ever - especially the people (all kinds) the horses (beauties) the incidents like the careering of “Don M" - with Seward Cary on his back & the throwing of another rider - & numberless refusal to jump &. queer actions & horses - and last but not least the famous Steeplechase and flat race - both rich - especially the “hard” in a light green and majenta sweater, who got second in the flat race (’15) (the first was ’35)


(No.10) in the northeast corner. Mr. Joiner was there & introduced us to Mrs. Nash, the proprietress, who, I soon found, was an admirer of Claude's. She is pretty (tho’ large) and recently a widow - a very popular boniface. After Mr. J.

went & we got “washed up”. We went over thro’ the new Court House - inside and out - and into the beautiful Wadsworth grounds - as lovely - or more so - then ever. We also took a ride (and walk) up on Temple Hill. After dinner (quite a hurried one) we went down on the flats to the Horse Show - which was as interesting as ever - especially the people (all kinds) the horses (beauties) the incidents like the careering of “Don M" - with Seward Cary on his back & the throwing of another rider - & numberless refusal to jump &. queer actions & horses - and last but not least the famous Steeplechase and flat race - both rich - especially the “hard” in a light green and majenta sweater, who got second in the flat race (’15) (the first was ’35)


(No.10) in the northeast corner. Mr. Joiner was there & introduced us to Mrs. Nash, the proprietress, who, I soon found, was an admirer of Claude's. She is pretty (tho’ large) and recently a widow - a very popular boniface. After Mr. J.

went & we got “washed up”. We went over thro’ the new Court House - inside and out - and into the beautiful Wadsworth grounds - as lovely - or more so - then ever. We also took a ride (and walk) up on Temple Hill. After dinner (quite a hurried one) we went down on the flats to the Horse Show - which was as interesting as ever - especially the people (all kinds) the horses (beauties) the incidents like the careering of “Don M" - with Seward Cary on his back & the throwing of another rider - & numberless refusal to jump &. queer actions & horses - and last but not least the famous Steeplechase and flat race - both rich - especially the “hard” in a light green and majenta sweater, who got second in the flat race (’15) (the first was ’35)

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