[Plymouth—Saturday, 12 September 1874]

Saturday. Remained quietly in our beautiful room at the hotel all the morning. The large windows overlook the river and the valley and up towards Prospect Mountain and along the swelling range of hills towards Sandwich.

In the afternoon the weather being perfect although dry we drove through our old Campton haunts. We crossed the river-ford, piloted by Mr. Sanborn just at sunset.

“Earth has no loveliness to show more fair.”

Jamie went to see the Normal School and was persuaded to remain and give a lecture to the pupils tomorrow (Monday) evening. So we shall remain here for that.

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