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Maybe I didn't make one grand sprint to catch up some of my last fortnights' lost sleep! Last night and [[underlined]] this [[/underlined]] morning were pretty near a record. And youse kin watch me do the hay act at nine sharp this night, if youse is on.

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Monday, January 3, 1910
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Took dinner with Butti over at the Club, and there we went around to pay our respects at an Indian wedding. We didn't see the bride, worse luck, - and by the way, the dear little greasy thing is only twelve years old - but we saw the proud groom, and he was only about seventeen.

After all the thousand and one ceremonies are over, they lock 'em up together in a room for three days. They ought to be good and acquainted with each other [[strikethrough]] [[?]] [[/strikethrough]] by the time they get out among folks again.
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