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68 the contrary can be said of Magoon who left a very poor record and who was hated and brought shame on our country. I went walking all afternoon. A young good looking and rather seriously behaved [[strikethrough]] yo [[/strikethrough]] man, about 6 1/2 feet tall has charge of these sightseeing trips and is called Captain de [[Graux?]] He tells me he was captain in Cuban Army supporting the first president against the revolutionaries. He says his father came from Ixelles near Brussels ^[[in 1875]], married his american mother and died when he was 5 years old. Has never been in Belgium and knows practically nothing of the history of his father, altho' he knows that Schoonjans in Antwerp are related to his father's [[end page]] [[start page]] 69 family by marriage. Is a quiet well behaved rather sympathetic chap of about 35-40 years old of a very fine serious profile. Evening I went to Teatro Marti where a roman play was performed [[strikethrough]] and [[/strikethrough]] - well played. March 11. This night was cold that I had to use a blanket. Got up well refreshed. Since I got over the troubles of first night's sleeplessness I have slept very well practically everyday since I arrive the Island and I have lost that tired feeling and restlessness. So after all the trip has done me some good, altho' I feel bored to death. Perhaps this is just what I want as an offset [[strikethrough]] [[a found--?]] [[/strikethrough]] I joined another "rubber neck party" this morning, all countrified farmers like looking americans [[strikethrough]] mo [[/strikethrough]] or canadians and ditto
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