[Boston—Tuesday, 13 June 1876]

June 13. Came to Manchester. Our dear Alice Towne met us on the piazza with a bunch of Flower de Luce—blue as the sea. It has been rainy and warm in town, but very sweet here all day.

Finished the translations of Sainte-Benoits “Cahiers” also the Life of Mrs Lyman of Northampton, a noble and useful book, an exceptional picture of New England life, most valuable to every American woman. Also the first volume of Heine, before coming down.

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