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sauce and bread & butter &c. &c. All tasted good. Then we packed up and took Papa and Mama D. and the dishes back to St. Helena and Christine

& I rowed Helen and Laura to the Pointe. Stiff rowing too - against the sea and the breeze (tho' Dr. Goler, who bought us letters to Mandalay) said it wasn't bad!) We didn't go to Jack
's - but only to the Mackintosh house. Dear old Mrs. McI. limped out to see me and sat down by me and talked sweetly. She seems to remember & like me first rate. I really felt quite flattered. Belle
was as dear as ever - and Addie
and all of them. They were coming down today but it was too rough. We went up to hire Oldfield's tug for tomorrow - but it wasn't at the Pointe, so we hurried back before darkness and more wind should overtake us. It was rough and very breezy going back - we fairly flew - but Christine
and I didn't attempt to keep our course - only went down the main channel and to see if we could see the tug at Raspberry Island, where it was rumored the two young doctors from Chicago, who came down on the "Midland" with us (one dying of


sauce and bread & butter &c. &c. All tasted good. Then we packed up and took Papa and Mama D. and the dishes back to St. Helena and Christine

& I rowed Helen and Laura to the Pointe. Stiff rowing too - against the sea and the breeze (tho' Dr. Goler, who bought us letters to Mandalay) said it wasn't bad!) We didn't go to Jack
's - but only to the Mackintosh house. Dear old Mrs. McI. limped out to see me and sat down by me and talked sweetly. She seems to remember & like me first rate. I really felt quite flattered. Belle
was as dear as ever - and Addie
and all of them. They were coming down today but it was too rough. We went up to hire Oldfield's tug for tomorrow - but it wasn't at the Pointe, so we hurried back before darkness and more wind should overtake us. It was rough and very breezy going back - we fairly flew - but Christine
and I didn't attempt to keep our course - only went down the main channel and to see if we could see the tug at Raspberry Island, where it was rumored the two young doctors from Chicago, who came down on the "Midland" with us (one dying of


sauce and bread & butter &c. &c. All tasted good. Then we packed up and took Papa and Mama D. and the dishes back to St. Helena and Christine

& I rowed Helen and Laura to the Pointe. Stiff rowing too - against the sea and the breeze (tho' Dr. Goler, who bought us letters to Mandalay) said it wasn't bad!) We didn't go to Jack
's - but only to the Mackintosh house. Dear old Mrs. McI. limped out to see me and sat down by me and talked sweetly. She seems to remember & like me first rate. I really felt quite flattered. Belle
was as dear as ever - and Addie
and all of them. They were coming down today but it was too rough. We went up to hire Oldfield's tug for tomorrow - but it wasn't at the Pointe, so we hurried back before darkness and more wind should overtake us. It was rough and very breezy going back - we fairly flew - but Christine
and I didn't attempt to keep our course - only went down the main channel and to see if we could see the tug at Raspberry Island, where it was rumored the two young doctors from Chicago, who came down on the "Midland" with us (one dying of

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