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of pleasure she gave me she would do it again often).

Uncle Will's most satisfying pages  Aunt Eliza's little, little bit of a letter  And an enchanting budget from 4101.

Did you see Jamie's letter. I almost cried over it -

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All the letters came. Cocteau - Duveneck enclosure aha all.
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Dr Bacon's are very interesting. I wonder what he will think of the picture. Nice that he sent the cheque. Uncle Will told me so many things I wanted to know. So all of you do as well, please and may it please him to continue - How nice it would be if Emma's study was good enough to exhibit - but she must have her plaque anyway -

Oh, the photographs are complete failures - There ought to have 

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been five good - ones - and there is nothing - You would have been so amused by them - And still more amused if you could have seen May and me shut up in a den, three feet square, under the rafters of a queer house in the Rue Richelieu, lighted by a tiny red lantern, and an excited little old Frenchman screaming - "C'est voilé! C'est voilé c'est voilé. La-la-la-la-c'est malheureux! C'est malheureux! C'est malheureux!!!!"

My Sunday was not spent very Sundily, at least I did not go to church. We found that it began at twelve and we should have to lose one noonday meal. Next Sunday we are going with Aunt Sarah and Constance to the French 
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