Tremont House. Boston, Mass.
Wednesday, April 26th 1882.
A perfect Spring morning. Kitty came over early to tell us she had received no telegram from Ship "Sarah". She had a long talk with Oscar last evening and says she feels as if she hardly knew him before-his pride subdued and he so lovely and gentle. She was lovely in her expressions of sympathy for him and plucky in her determinations in other directs. She has developed wonderfully in three months. I went to Brooks House to say goodbye to the aunts & uncle Wm who looked better than I have seen him look before since he came to Bratt[leboro], is taking Warner's Cure which he recommends to Kitty & me! Aunt Lily, Allie, May & Howard and Papa at the station. A letter from Katie & Will who are off for Europe on Thursday by [?]. Grace bore the journey wonderfully from Millers Falls lying down in State room of Palace car. At Bartletts, met a young Mr Townshend going on "Sarah" and had a glimpse of two other young men, bought draft for $175. in mil reis - Cabin list full - found long letter from E.B.V.K here. A hearty dinner. In the evening to theatre, Boston Museum, Lester Wallack in Rosedale, Annie Clark heroine, Wallack as fascinating as ever reminded me of B.Y.L. in Californian Days. Dyrtus[?] and J Led.
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