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(Sunday) October 19th.  1890

Sybil drove with me Monday afternoon, and we took a walk after our drive.  I had my lessons at Sybil's in the morning as we expected to have one week at our house and one week there.  But is it changed now and we are going to have it all here.
Mr Langley is very nice and I told Sybil I like him more after every

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lesson. Tuesday I finished with the dentist. It was rainy and dissagreeable so I would only have stayed at home.  Wednesday I drove, but Thursday I walked down into Thames street and back
Saturday Sybil, Edith Blight, Ethel David and Daisy Post took lunch with me.  We played outside after lunch, and the girls seemed to have a very nice time.
At quarter past five Mr
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