[Boston—Wednesday, 11 October 1876]

Wednesday. Finished Casaubon, made notes, wrote letters, hung more pictures, saw mother. At 10 P.M. came dear J. who went to Wellesley to hear Longfellow read to the young ladies, from thence to lecture at Auburndale. The lectures were greatly successful and the day at Wellesley beautiful as a dream.


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