cots set in a row. Jerusha assembled her charges, straightened their and the classes and the campus and the things to eat. We have
begging Master Jervie' pardon; I don't consider him a true
with any more questions. Judy
Master Jervie and Master Jimmie both gave me roses, too, but I left I am to give lessons in English and Latin to the younger daughter,
you'll find Abbott on the first page--and she picks the Christian I said I would, obligingly but unenthusiastically, because I don't And lastly: Julia and Sallie and I are going to New York next Friday
It's a funny thing about the people here. Their world is just
Princeton commencement and our examinations exactly coincide--
Mr. Smith is not bald,
Will you please forgive me for the letter I wrote you yesterday?
Anyway, whatever it is, have a good time and don't forget Judy.
lamp at my elbow, and read and read and read one book isn't enough.