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[[blank page]] [[end page]] [[start page]] 3 May 10th 1890. Saturday. The morning has come at last. And we started in the omnibus at a quarter to nine. I had hoped to have a lively sunny morning to leave New York on, but in this I was dissapointed. at it was heavy and cloudy. Every moment I expected to see the rain come down, but we only had two May showers, before the ship sailed. Fraulien met us at the dock with her friend, that I have heard her mention so often. She introduced her to me, and I found her excedingly sweet, quite pretty, and very pleasant. As we left the dock, and turned around, we could see the people waving as a
Siobhan:- I don't think the 3 is preprinted. Looks hand written to me. Above is the standard way TC prefers blank pages transcribed. As it the [[end page]] [[start page]]
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