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Church over near [[Thule?]] - If we go here, near us, they are all very high Church Episcopal we shall get our lunch at a restaurant.

We spent a quiet and I don't think unprofitable morning in our room. And at three I went to see Mrs Greene -   Her establishment is on the scale of an English butler in a dress suit, everything else to match.  I was ushered into a little boudoir where Mrs Greene was in bed! Such a bed - With a beautiful waxen white old lady propped up on pillows in it - She was partly shaded by the pale blue damask bed curtains - The bed, what you could see of it was delicate white and gold - What a 



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nice to him; and I should like to get even - He said he was coming to call on us, but he has not been yet - We have seen him twice - Poor Constance has had such a cold she can't go out with us at all - Saturday May and I poked about the Bon Marché ever so long - Wasted much time - but May got a pair of $2.00. gloves for 30 cts. You ought to have seen me rubbing my legs to explain that I wanted merino drawers.  I had a nice little note from Mrs Greene saying that she was unable to come and see me, and asking me to come and see her at Three o Clock on Sunday afternoon - We shall go to church with Aunt Sarah and Constance in the morning -.

Monday - Feb - 5 -
Oh, what a mail I had today. Grandma's precious little note (If she knew the amount 
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