[Boston—Sunday, 10 December 1871]

Sunday A.M. enjoyed the library—went to Sunday School in the afternoon carrying Mrs Caswell with me, who discoursed so charmingly about the Indians to the children that they sat so still a pin could be heard to fall—an unprecedented experience, for the school is usually a noisy one. After that Miss Bessie Greene joining us we went to the house I am assisting to get in order for young women in Lincoln St., afterward to mother’s where I found dear J. and we walked peacefully round to L’s to tea.

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