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mistook the action of the militia in the rear as Unit of the regular Army.  Stayed at Club with [[red underline]] Dr. de Vecchi [[/red underline]] till about 12:45 then took him home.  It was 3 A.M. when our car arrived at Snug Rock.  Snow.

Feb. 5.  Went to N.Y. before lunch and took light lunch at University Club.  Evening went to Century Club to meet [[red underline]] Hendrick [[/red underline]] and we went together for supper to Mouquins.  At 10, Celine came with car at University Club and drove home

Feb. 6 1916 (Sunday).  Stayed home all day.  Son of [[red underline]] Captain Lucas [[/red underline]] of Washington here for lunch.

Feb. 7.  Here until after lunch.  
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Then to Brooklyn.  [[red underline]] Paulus [[/red underline]] is making new third cell.
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[[red underline]] Sutherland [[/red underline]] has been experimenting with gas producer while [[red underline]] Paulus [[/red underline]] is getting his purifier perfected, and knows now how to get gas with [[red underline]] minimum amount of CO2 [[/red underline]].  Afterwards to University Club, then to Strand Theatre.

Feb. 8.  Rossi came here by appointment.  [[red underline]] Thurlow wants to go [[/red underline]] to Florida and [[red underline]] stop drawing his salary [[/red underline]] since his income is above $5000.  Arranged that [[red underline]] Lawrence [[/red underline]] shall go to Perth Amboy to do experimental work so as to give him a chance to show what he can do.  [[strikethrough]] [[illegible words ]] about what has happened here last year as [[illegible words]]. [[/strikethrough]]
Spent morning and afternoon with [[red underline]] Rossi lying out program [[/red underline]] for development work for 1916.  He left about 5 P.M.
Tonight at about 10:45 P.M. was called up at 'phone by Professor 
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