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what we liked and no one would care & talk. Cold blooded child that you are. No, I must talk over a letter with some one. Yes you can think of that but I think now of the years before you. Trouble & sickness might come to you or perhaps to him, could you keep to him then, nurse him, respect him & honor him then. Then again remember the rights of a husband. If he chose to be affectionate what could prevent him - you certainly not - had you not given him the right to love you.

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[[underlined]]September 4th 1895.[[/underlined]]
The nicest time lately. Such rides.
Monday August 26th ride R. Cortenet
Tuesday - [[strikethrough]]P. Lydey[[/strikethrough]]
Wednesday - M. Taylor
Thursday - no ride
Friday - L. Stewart
Saturday - " " [[dittos for L. Stewart]]
Monday Sept 2d R. Cottenet
Tuesday - M. Taylor
Wednesday - J. Appleton
Saturday - L. Stewart.
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