[Boston—Saturday, 29 October 1870]

Saturday. Fechter, Miss Putnam, Bessie & William Greene came to dine. We had a simple cozy time which we all enjoyed thoroughly I believe. We tried to induce Mr. Fechter to read Molière in public this winter. He will do this if he possibly can. He talked much and was entertaining and refined—as he must always be.

Only one tea party this week. Mr Choate’s children and Edward Emerson. I enjoyed them all much.

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