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sort of nervous prostration and is off to rest cure, while their father is going to Morocco! every one is now bothering about Morocco - I want to take your sister and her friend to the Theatre Francais, they ought to go more to the theater, it will amuse them and be good for their French - I am glad that things are running more smoothly with your "in-laws" as poor Mrs Scott used to call her step children and others of her husbands family - I am sure your Mother in law is feeling most unhappy over her loss, but she cannot expect Rob to feel as she does, it would be very odd if he did - How we do pretend to think that those we lose are happier in another world, when we show by our acts that 

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we have no hope - Do you remember my telling you about "James Cume" whose name turned up at a seance here in Paris and who was a cousin of Mc Peters mother, dead these thirty years. (J.C,) [[strikethrough]] is [[/strikethrough]] and buried in New Jersey - Well Mc Peters went to his medium in New York and she gave him 25 names of dead friends with particulars only known to him - It was my telling him of James Cume that started him in that line - I assure you the reports of the Psychical Society are worth reading - 

I have this moment an answer from Frances, who is not well, in bed. Miss Lloyd wrote for her, and they cannot come tomorrow as they have 
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