[Portsmouth—Tuesday, 30 June 1874]

Tuesday. Warm mist over everything. Passed the morning in C.T.’s parlor. Mrs Putnam, Miss P. in a beautiful white dress and coral ornaments, Mrs Greene, Mr. Weiss, Miss Parkman, Miss Burnett—Miss Greene—each of their names must call up a picture for the future. Mrs Putnam discoursed of France and her faith in Republican France. Gambetta, Rochefort, Thiers, and many other prominent men passed in array before us.


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