SIA RU007417, Bailey, Florence Merriam 1863-1948, Florence Merriam Bailey Papers, 1865-1942

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Summary

Creator:
Bailey, Florence Merriam 1863-1948
Title:
Florence Merriam Bailey Papers, 1865-1942
Data Source:
Smithsonian Institution Archives
Dates:
1865, 1865-1942
Summary:
These papers consist of Florence Merriam Bailey's diaries, 1874, 1887, as well as additional journals kept on trips to Bermuda, 1890, California, 1907 and Maine 1911. Other materials include expense account books; articles and news clippings concerning and written by Bailey; a scrapbook; childhood writings; college papers and memorabilia; manuscripts of papers on birds; reading lists; one letter; and photographs of family and various landscapes. Also included are oversize photographs of a relative's golden wedding celebration.
Topic:
Ornithology
Subject:
Bailey, Florence Merriam 1863-1948
Form/Genre:
Photographs, Collection descriptions, Manuscripts
Local Number:
SIA RU007417
Physical Description:
2.19 cu. ft. (3 document boxes) (1 16x20 box)

Finding Aids to Personal Papers and Special Collections in the Smithsonian Institution Archives

Record Unit 7417

Bailey, Florence Merriam, 1863

Florence Merriam Bailey Papers, 1865-1942

Repository: Smithsonian Institution Archives, Washington, D.C. Contact us at osiaref@si.edu.
Creator: Bailey, Florence Merriam, 1863
Title: Florence Merriam Bailey Papers
Dates: 1865-1942
Quantity: 2.19 cu. ft.
Collection: Record Unit 7417
Language of Materials: English

Historical Note

Born in Locust Grove, New York during the Civil War, Florence Merriam Bailey (1863-1948), devoted her life to the study and protection of birds. From her work in ornithology she authored over ten books, including several field guides to birds, and close to one hundred articles. Though interested in birds as a child, she gained recognition as a naturalist while at Smith College. Disgusted by the use of feathers and whole birds in fashion, she started the Smith College Audubon Society.

Her later accomplishments include establishing the Washington, D.C., Audubon Society and becoming the first female associate member of the Ornithologists Union (1885). Within that organization she was the both the first female fellow (1929) and the first female recipient of the Brewster Medal (1931). In 1908 a kind of California Mountain Chickadee was named Parus gambeli baileyae in her honor.

Bailey's relations with prominent scientists augmented her own distinguished career. C. Hart Merriam, her brother, was the first chief of the U.S. Bureau of Biological Survey, as well as a co-founder of the National Geographic Society. His work also led to Florence's introduction, and subsequent marriage, to fellow Bureau naturalist, Vernon Bailey. From their travels to the Western United States the Bailey's produced several works on the distinctive, and largely unexplored, flora and fauna in that region. As an amateur ornithologist Florence Bailey was at the forefront of the movement to use binoculars, rather than shotguns, to observe birds. She died in Washington, D.C., on September 22, 1948.

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Descriptive Entry

These papers consist of Florence Merriam Bailey's diaries, 1874, 1887, as well as additional journals kept on trips to Bermuda, 1890, California, 1907 and Maine 1911. Other materials include expense account books; articles and news clippings concerning and written by Bailey; a scrapbook; childhood writings; college papers and memorabilia; manuscripts of papers on birds; reading lists; one letter; and photographs of family and various landscapes. Also included are oversized photographs of a relative's golden wedding celebration.

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Preferred Citation

Smithsonian Institution Archives, Record Unit 7417, Bailey, Florence Merriam, 1863, Florence Merriam Bailey Papers

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Container List

Box 1

Diary 1874

Box 1 of 4

Diary 1887

Box 1 of 4

Journal - Bermuda, March 1890

Box 1 of 4

Journal - California, 1907

Box 1 of 4

Journal from a trip to Maine, 1911

Box 1 of 4

Journal - California, undated

Box 1 of 4

Expense account books, 1876-1881 and 1891-1899

Box 1 of 4

Bird Lists, 1910 and undated

Box 1 of 4

Box 2

Scrapbook, c. 1886-1930

Box 2 of 4

Journal Articles and News Clippings concerning Florence Merriam Bailey

Box 2 of 4

Journal Articles and News Clippings concerning Florence Merriam Bailey

Box 2 of 4

Newspaper clipping, Boonville Herald, 10/24/1889, re: Merriam family trip to Arizona

Box 2 of 4

Manuscript - "A Woodland Circuit," undated

Box 2 of 4

Manuscript - "Current Events in the Bird World," March 28, 1899

Box 2 of 4

Miscellaneous photographs, undated

Box 2 of 4

Miscellaneous photographs, 1892, 1895, 1898 and undated

Box 2 of 4

Photograph of Florence Merriam Bailey , undated

Box 2 of 4

Photographs of "Homewood," the Merriam home

Box 2 of 4

Box 3

Childhood writings

Box 3 of 4

Reading lists, undated, 2 vols.

Box 3 of 4

College papers: Carlyle, The Man, Sept. 1885

Box 3 of 4

Smith College papers - Comparative religion, 1886

Box 3 of 4

College papers, "Favorite Haunts," April 22, 1886

Box 3 of 4

College papers: Evolution, June 1886

Box 3 of 4

College papers: The Adirondacks, undated

Box 3 of 4

College papers, miscellaneous

Box 3 of 4

Class of '86 Smith College Publication, 2 vols.

Box 3 of 4

Notebook, "Figures and Illustrations," July 1889. Contain early writings of Florence Merriam Bailey

Box 3 of 4

Notebook containing information of Florence Merriam's marriage to V. O. Bailey, 1899

Box 3 of 4

Letter, Florence Merriam Bailey to "My Dear Dorothy," 12/9/1942

Box 3 of 4

Mormon Families, Farmington, Utah

Box 3 of 4

Box 4

Large format photographs

Box 4 of 4

Golden Wedding booklet

Box 4 of 4

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[[blue leather front book cover]]
[[blank page]] [[end page]] [[start page]] 1 [[superscript]] [[underlined]] 13 [[/underlined]] [[/superscript]] Jan 1 [[superscript]] st [[/superscript]] 1874. Florence A. Merriam, from Papa. Washington D.C.
[[blank page]] [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] EXCELSIOR [[image - man ploughing with a horse]] DIARY [[image - men raking hay]] FOR [[image - men picking apples]] N. ORR. Co 1874 [[image - boys ice skating]] [[/preprinted]]
[[blank page]] [[end page]] [[start page]] [[decorative border around page]] CONTENTS. Calendar, Almanac, Wages Table, Interest Tables, Domestic Postage, Foreign Postage, Stamp Duties, Principal Cities, their Distance from New York, with Difference in Time and Population; Population of States and Territories, Presidents of the United States, a Blank Space for every day in the year, Memoranda, Cash Account for each month, Annual Summary of Cash Account, Bills Payable and Receivable. [[line across page]] ECLIPSES FOR 1874. There will be four Eclipses this year, and a transit of Venus: I. A Total Eclipse of the Sun, April l6, invisible. II. A Partial Eclipse of the Moon, May 1, invisible. III. An Annular Eclipse of the Sun, Oct. 10, invisible. IV. A Total Eclipse of the Moon, in the evening of Oct. 24, and morning of the 25th, visible throughout America. Begins at New York, Oct. 25, 0h. 45m. morning; Total at 2h. 4m.; Middle at 2h. 20 1/2m.; Total ends at 2h. 37m.; End of Eclipse at 3h. 55 1/2m. V. A transit of Venus, Dec. 8, invisible in America. Visible in Asia, Australia, and part of Africa and Europe. MORNING STARS. VENUS, until Feb. 23; MARS, after July 5; JUPITER, after Oct. 5; SATURN, after Jan. 24, to May 4. EVENING STARS. VENUS, from Feb. 23 to Dec. 8; MARS, until July 5; JUPITER, until Oct. 5; SATURN, until Jan. 24, and after May 4. PLANETS BRIGHTEST. MERCURY, Feb. 27, June 23, and Oct. 21, setting then after the Sun; also, April 18, Aug. 16, and Dec. 5, rising then before the Sun; VENUS, Nov. 2; MARS, not this year; JUPITER, March 17; SATURN, Aug. 3. THE FOUR SEASONS. WINTER begins Dec. 21, 0h. 36m. evening, 1873; SPRING begins, 1874, March 20, lh. 42m. evening; SUMMER begins June 21, l0h. 12m. morning; AUTUMN begins Sept. 23, 0h. 27m. morning; Winter begins Dec. 21, 6h. 26m. evening. CHURCH DAYS. Septuagesima Sunday ............................. Feb. 1 Sexagesima Sunday................................ " [[ditto for: Feb.]] 8 Quinquagesima Sunday............................. " [[ditto for: Feb.]] 15 Ash Wednesday.................................... " [[ditto for: Feb.]] 18 Quadragesima Sunday.............................. " [[ditto for: Feb.]] 22 Mid-Lent Sunday ................................ Mar. 15 Palm Sunday...................................... " [[ditto for: Mar.]] 29 Good Friday .................................... April 3 Easter Sunday .................................. April 5 Low Sunday....................................... " [[ditto for: April]] 12 Rogation Sunday ................................. May 10 Ascension Day.................................... " [[ditto for: May]] 14 Pentecost Sunday................................. " [[ditto for: May]] 24 Trinity Sunday................................... " [[ditto for: May]] 31 Corpus Christi................................... June 4 Advent Sunday .................................. Nov. 29
[[decorative border around page]] [[image]] CALENDAR FOR 1874. [[text rotated 90 degrees]]1874 SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY[[/rotation]] [[horizontal line]] JAN'Y. .. .. .. .. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 FEB'Y. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 MARCH. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 .. .. .. .. APRIL. .. .. .. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 .. .. MAY. .. .. .. .. .. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 .. .. .. .. .. .. JUNE. .. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 .. .. .. .. [[end left column]] [[begin right column]] [[text rotated 90 degrees]]1874 SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY[[/rotation]] [[horizontal line]] JULY. .. .. .. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 .. AUGUST... .. .. .. .. .. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 .. .. .. .. .. SEP'R. .. .. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 .. .. .. OCT'R. .. .. .. .. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 NOV'R. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 .. .. .. .. .. DEC'R. .. .. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 .. .. [[end right column]] [[end page]] [[start page]] [[decorative border around page]] [[image-men and women ice skating]] [[begin left column]] January [[horizontal line]] Moon's Phases. Full Moon... 2D 2H 17M E Last Quarter. 10D 2H 59M E New Moon... 18D 3H 4M M First Quarter.24D 7H 46M E [[horizontal line]] D.of M. Days of the Week. Sun Rises h. m. Sun Sets h. m. Moon Sets h. m. [[horizontal line]] 1 Thur. 7 25 4 43 6 33 2 Frid. 7 25 4 44 rises 3 Sat. 7 25 4 45 5 35 4 1 7 25 4 46 6 38 5 Mon. 7 25 4 47 7 42 6 Tues. 7 25 4 48 8 43 7 Wed. 7 25 4 49 9 44 8 Thur. 7 24 4 50 10 42 9 Frid. 7 24 4 51 11 39 10 Sat. 7 24 4 52 morn 11 2 7 24 4 53 40 12 Mon. 7 23 4 54 1 41 13 Tues. 7 23 4 55 2 46 14 Wed. 7 23 4 56 3 53 15 Thur. 7 22 4 57 5 2 16 Frid. 7 22 4 59 6 11 17 Sat. 7 21 5 0 7 11 18 3 7 21 5 1 sets 19 Mon. 7 21 5 2 6 43 20 Tues. 7 20 5 3 7 59 21 Wed. 7 19 5 4 9 16 22 Thur. 7 19 5 5 10 30 23 Frid. 7 18 5 7 11 41 24 Sat. 7 17 5 8 morn 25 4 7 17 5 9 52 26 Mon. 7 16 5 10 2 4 27 Tues. 7 15 5 11 3 13 28 Wed. 7 14 5 13 4 21 29 Thur. 7 13 5 14 5 27 30 Frid. 7 12 5 15 6 21 31 Sat. 7 12 5 16 7 3 [[end left column]] [[begin right column]] February [[horizontal line]] Moon's Phases. Full Moon... 1D 6H 39M M Last Quarter. 9D 11H 33M M New Moon... 16D 2H 19M E First Quarter.23D 5H 49M M [[horizontal line]] D.of M. Days of the Week. Sun Rises h. m. Sun Sets h. m. Moon Sets h. m. [[horizontal line]] 1 5 7 11 5 18 5 30 2 Mon. 7 10 5 19 6 32 3 Tues. 7 9 5 20 7 32 4 Wed. 7 7 5 21 8 31 5 Thur. 7 6 5 22 9 30 6 Frid. 7 5 5 23 10 29 7 Sat. 7 4 5 25 11 29 8 6 7 3 5 26 morn 9 Mon. 7 2 5 27 31 10 Tues. 7 1 5 28 1 35 11 Wed. 7 0 5 30 2 42 12 Thur. 6 58 5 31 3 51 13 Frid. 6 57 5 32 4 54 14 Sat. 6 56 5 34 5 49 15 7 6 55 5 35 6 33 16 Mon. 6 53 5 36 sets 17 Tues. 6 52 5 37 6 53 18 Wed. 6 51 5 39 8 10 19 Thur. 6 49 5 40 9 25 20 Frid. 6 48 5 41 10 39 21 Sat. 6 46 5 43 11 54 22 8 6 45 5 44 morn 23 Mon. 6 44 5 45 1 6 24 Tues. 6 42 5 46 2 15 25 Wed. 6 41 5 48 3 22 26 Thur. 6 39 5 49 4 19 27 Frid. 6 38 5 50 5 4 28 Sat. 6 37 5 51 5 43 .. ...... .... .... .... .. ...... .... .... .... .. ...... .... .... .... [[end right column]] [[end page]]
[[decorative border around page]] [[preprinted]] 1874 [[/preprinted]] [[image - man with a plough and two horses]] [[line]] [[March and April's preprinted calendar]] [[left column]] March [[line]] Moon's Phases. Full Moon... 3D 0H 25M M Last Quarter.11D 4H 38M M New Moon... 18D OH 6M M First Quarter.24D 5H 35M E [[line]] [[Table]] D. Days Sun Sun Moon of of the Rises Sets Sets M. Week. h. m. h. m. h. m. [[line]] 1 9 6 35 5 53 6 15 2 Mon. 6 34 5 53 rises 3 Tues. 6 32 5 54 6 23 4 Wed. 6 30 5 55 7 22 5 Thur. 6 29 5 56 8 20 6 Frid. 6 27 5 57 9 19 7 Sat. 6 25 5 58 10 21 8 10 6 24 5 59 11 25 9 Mon. 6 22 6 0 morn 10 Tues. 6 20 6 1 30 11 Wed. 6 19 6 2 1 36 12 Thur. 6 17 6 3 2 40 13 Frid. 6 16 6 4 3 37 14 Sat. 6 14 6 5 4 24 15 11 6 12 6 7 5 4 16 Mon. 6 11 6 8 5 37 17 Tues. 6 9 6 9 6 7 18 Wed. 6 7 6 10 sets 19 Thur. 6 6 6 11 8 16 20 Frid. 6 4 6 12 9 32 21 Sat. 6 2 6 13 10 49 22 12 6 1 6 14 morn 23 Mon. 5 59 6 15 3 24 Tues. 5 58 6 16 1 14 25 Wed. 5 56 6 17 2 16 26 Thur. 5 54 6 18 3 6 27 Frid. 5 52 6 19 3 45 28 Sat. 5 51 6 20 4 19 29 13 5 49 6 21 4 46 30 Mon. 5 47 6 22 5 10 31 Tues. 5 46 6 23 5 31 [[/left column]] [[right column]] April [[line]] Moon's Phases. Full Moon... 1D 6H 23M E Last Quarter. 9D 5H 24M E New Moon... 16D 8H 56M M First Quarter.23D 7H 7M M [[line]] [[Table]] D. Days Sun Sun Moon of of the Rises Sets Rises M. Week. h. m. h. m. h. m. [[line]] 1 Wed. 5 44 6 24 6 13 2 Thur. 5 42 6 26 7 13 3 Frid. 5 41 6 27 8 13 4 Sat. 5 39 6 28 9 16 5 14 5 37 6 29 10 18 6 Mon. 5 36 6 31 11 28 7 Tues. 5 34 6 32 morn 8 Wed. 5 33 6 33 31 9 Thur. 5 31 6 34 1 29 10 Frid. 5 30 6 35 2 20 11 Sat. 5 28 6 36 2 59 12 15 5 26 6 37 3 34 13 Mon. 5 25 6 38 4 5 14 Tues. 5 23 6 39 4 31 15 Wed. 5 22 6 40 sets 16 Thur. 5 20 6 41 7 14 18 Sat. 5 17 6 43 9 39 19 16 5 16 6 44 10 56 20 Mon. 5 14 6 45 morn 21 Tues. 5 13 6 46 4 22 Wed. 5 11 6 47 1 0 23 Thur. 5 10 6 48 1 44 24 Frid. 5 8 6 49 2 22 25 Sat. 5 7 6 50 2 51 26 17 5 6 6 51 3 16 27 Mon. 5 4 6 52 3 38 28 Tues. 5 3 6 53 3 56 29 Wed. 5 2 6 54 4 16 30 Thur. 5 0 6 55 4 37 [[/right column]] [[end page]] [[start page]] [[decorative border around page]] [[preprinted]] 1874 [[/preprinted]] [[image - man seeding a field]] [[line]] [[May and June's preprinted calendar]] [[left column]] May [[line]] Moon's Phases. Full Moon... 1D 11H 13M M Last Quarter. 9D 2H 17M M New Moon... 15D 5H 21M E First Quarter.22D 10H 23M E Full Moon... 31D 1H 50M M [[line]] [[Table]] D. Days Sun Sun Moon of of the Rises Sets Rises M. Week. h. m. h. m. h. m. [[line]] 1 Frid. 4 59 6 56 7 8 2 Sat. 4 58 6 57 8 9 3 18 4 56 6 58 9 18 4 Mon. 4 55 6 59 10 23 5 Tues. 4 54 7 0 11 24 6 Wed. 4 53 7 1 morn 7 Thur. 4 52 7 2 16 8 Frid. 4 51 7 3 57 9 Sat. 4 49 7 4 1 37 10 19 4 48 7 5 2 5 11 Mon. 4 47 7 6 2 32 12 Tues. 4 46 7 7 2 57 13 Wed. 4 45 7 8 3 24 14 Thur 4 44 7 9 3 51 15 Frid. 4 43 7 10 sets 16 Sat. 4 42 7 11 8 28 17 20 4 41 7 12 9 43 18 Mon. 4 40 7 13 10 47 19 Tues. 4 39 7 14 11 38 20 Wed. 4 39 7 15 morn 21 Thur. 4 38 7 16 18 22 Frid. 4 37 7 17 51 23 Sat. 4 36 7 18 1 10 24 21 4 36 7 19 1 41 25 Mon. 4 35 7 20 2 2 26 Tues. 4 34 7 20 2 32 27 Wed 4 34 7 21 2 42 28 Thur. 4 33 7 22 3 2 29 Frid. 4 32 7 23 3 26 30 Sat. 4 32 7 23 3 54 31 22 4 31 7 24 4 29 [[/left column]] [[right column]] June [[line]] Moon's Phases. Last Quarter.7D 8H 22M M New Moon... 14D 1H 56M M First Quarter 21D 3H 4M E Full Moon... 29D 1H 52M E [[line]] [[Table]] D. Days Sun Sun Moon of of the Rises Sets Rises M. Week. h. m. h. m. h. m. [[line]] 1 Mon. 4 31 7 24 9 19 2 Tues. 4 30 7 25 10 14 3 Wed. 4 30 7 26 10 57 4 Thur. 4 30 7 26 11 37 5 Frid. 4 29 7 27 morn 6 Sat. 4 29 7 28 8 7 23 4 29 7 28 36 8 Mon. 4 29 7 29 58 9 Tues. 4 28 7 30 1 25 10 Wed. 4 28 7 30 1 51 11 Thur. 4 28 7 31 2 19 12 Frid. 4 28 7 31 2 54 13 Sat. 4 28 7 32 sets 14 24 4 28 7 32 8 29 15 Mon. 4 28 7 33 9 27 16 Tues. 4 28 7 33 10 11 17 Wed. 4 28 7 33 10 48 18 Thur. 4 28 7 33 11 19 19 Frid. 4 28 7 34 11 43 20 Sat. 4 28 7 34 morn 21 25 4 28 7 34 5 22 Mon. 4 28 7 34 26 23 Tues. 4 28 7 34 45 24 Wed. 4 28 7 35 1 6 25 Thur. 4 28 7 35 1 28 26 Frid. 4 30 7 35 1 54 27 Sat. 4 30 7 35 2 26 28 26 4 31 7 35 3 4 29 Mon. 4 31 7 35 3 54 30 Tues. 4 31 7 35 4 55 [[/right column]]
[[Preprinted calendar for 1874, July August]] [[decorative border around page]] 1874 [[image - man & two women in a boat]] [[line]] [[left column]] July [[line]] Moon's Phases. Last Quarter.6D 1H 6M E New Moon... 13D 11H 32M M First Quarter.21D 8H 35M M Full Moon... 28D 11H 47M E [[line]] [[Table]] D. Days Sun Sun Moon of of the Rises Sets Rises M. Week. h. m. h. m. h. m. 1 Wed. 4 32 7 35 9 37 2 Thur. 4 32 7 35 10 10 3 Frid. 4 33 7 34 10 39 4 Sat. 4 34 7 34 11 5 5 27 4 34 7 34 11 29 6 Mon. 4 35 7 33 11 54 7 Tues. 4 35 7 33 morn 8 Wed. 4 36 7 33 31 9 Thur. 4 37 7 32 52 10 Frid. 4 37 7 32 1 30 11 Sat. 4 38 7 31 2 14 12 28 4 39 7 31 3 8 13 Mon. 4 39 7 30 sets 14 Tues. 4 40 7 30 8 45 15 Wed. 4 41 7 29 9 18 16 Thurs. 4 42 7 29 9 44 17 Frid. 4 43 7 28 10 8 18 Sat. 4 43 7 27 10 29 19 29 4 44 7 26 10 48 20 Mon. 4 45 7 26 11 8 21 Tues. 4 46 7 25 11 30 22 Wed. 4 47 7 24 11 54 23 Thurs. 4 48 7 23 morn 24 Frid. 4 48 7 22 24 25 Sat. 4 49 7 22 59 26 30 4 50 7 21 1 43 27 Mon. 4 51 7 20 2 39 28 Tues. 4 52 7 19 rises 29 Wed. 4 53 7 18 8 10 30 Thurs. 4 54 7 18 8 40 31 Frid. 4 55 7 17 9 8 [[/left column]] [[right column]] August [[line]] Moon's Phases Last Quarter. 4D 5H 51M E New Moon... 11D 11H 4M E First Quarter 20D 1H 57M M Full Moon.. 27D 8H 33M M [[line]] [[table]] D. Days Sun Sun Moon of of the Rises Sets Rises M. Week h. m. h. m. h. m. 1 Sat. 4 56 7 16 9 33 2 31 4 57 7 14 9 57 3 Mon. 4 58 7 13 10 24 4 Tues. 4 59 7 12 10 53 5 Wed. 5 0 7 11 11 26 6 Thurs. 5 1 7 10 morn 7 Frid. 5 2 7 9 12 8 Sat. 5 3 7 7 59 9 32 5 4 7 6 1 59 10 Mon. 5 5 7 5 3 6 11 Tues. 5 6 7 4 4 13 12 Wed. 5 7 7 2 sets 13 Thurs. 5 8 7 1 8 10 14 Frid. 5 9 7 0 8 33 15 Sat. 5 10 6 58 8 53 16 33 5 11 6 57 9 12 17 Mon. 5 12 6 55 9 32 18 Tues. 5 13 6 54 9 54 19 Wed. 5 14 6 53 10 20 20 Thurs. 5 15 6 51 10 54 21 Frid. 5 16 6 50 11 32 22 Sat. 5 17 6 48 morn 23 34 5 17 6 47 24 24 Mon. 5 18 6 45 1 24 25 Tues. 5 19 6 44 2 38 26 Wed. 5 20 6 42 3 54 27 Thurs. 5 21 6 41 rises 28 Frid. 5 22 6 39 7 34 29 Sat. 5 23 6 37 8 0 30 35 5 24 6 36 8 26 31. Mon. 5 25 6 34 8 55 [[/right column]] [[end page]] [[start page]] [[Preprinted calendar for 1874, September October]] [[decorative border around page]] 1874 [[image - two men and dog hunting]] [[line]] [[left column]] September [[line]] Moon's Phases. Last Quarter. 2D 11H 58M E New Moon... 10D 1H 14M E First Quarter.18D 6H 8M E Full Moon... 25D 5H 11M E [[line]] [[table]] D. Days Sun Sun Moon of of the Rises Sets Rises M. Week h. m. h. m. h. m. 1 Tues. 5 26 6 33 9 29 2 Wed. 5 27 6 31 10 9 3 Thur. 5 28 6 29 10 55 4 Frid. 5 29 6 28 11 53 5 Sat. 5 30 6 26 morn 6 36 5 31 6 25 55 7 Mon. 5 32 6 23 2 3 8 Tues. 5 33 6 21 3 9 9 Wed. 5 34 6 20 4 12 10 Thur. 5 35 6 18 sets 11 Frid. 5 36 6 16 6 56 12 Sat. 5 37 6 15 7 16 13 37 5 38 6 13 7 35 14 Mon. 5 39 6 11 7 57 15 Tues. 5 40 6 9 8 23 16 Wed. 5 41 6 8 8 50 17 Thur. 5 42 6 6 9 26 18 Frid. 5 43 6 4 10 12 19 Sat. 5 44 6 3 11 8 20 38 5 45 6 1 morn 21 Mon. 5 46 5 59 14 22 Tues. 5 47 5 58 1 28 23 Wed. 5 48 5 56 2 43 24 Thur. 5 49 5 54 4 0 25 Frid. 5 50 5 53 rises 26 Sat. 5 51 5 51 6 26 27 39 5 52 5 50 6 56 28 Mon. 5 53 5 48 7 26 29 Tues. 5 54 5 46 8 6 30 Wed. 5 55 5 44 8 50 .. ...... .... .... ...... [[/left column]] [[right column]] October [[line]] Moon's Phases. Last Quarter. 2D 8H 42M M New Moon... 10D 6H 5M M First Quarter.18D 8H 33M M Full Moon... 25D 2H 25M M Last Quarter. 31D 9H 4M E [[line]] [[table]] D. Days Sun Sun Moon of of the Rises Sets Rises M. Week h. m. h. m. h. m. 1 Thur. 5 56 5 43 9 45 2 Frid. 5 57 5 41 10 47 3 Sat. 5 58 5 39 11 55 4 40 6 0 5 38 morn 5 Mon. 6 1 5 36 1 1 6 Tues. 6 2 5 35 2 5 7 Wed. 6 3 5 33 3 6 8 Thur. 6 4 5 31 4 7 9 Frid. 6 5 5 30 5 6 10 Sat. 6 7 5 28 6 5 11 41 6 8 5 27 sets 12 Mon. 6 9 5 25 6 25 13 Tues. 6 10 5 23 6 53 14 Wed. 6 11 5 22 7 27 15 Thur. 6 12 5 20 8 6 16 Frid. 6 13 5 19 8 57 17 Sat. 6 14 5 17 9 58 18 42 6 15 5 16 11 8 19 Mon. 6 16 5 14 morn 20 Tues. 6 18 5 13 20 21 Wed. 6 19 5 12 1 34 22 Thur. 6 20 5 10 2 48 23 Frid. 6 21 5 9 4 2 24 Sat. 6 22 5 7 5 20 25 43 6 23 5 6 6 38 26 Mon. 6 24 5 4 rises 27 Tues. 6 25 5 3 6 41 28 Wed. 6 26 5 2 7 35 29 Thur. 6 27 5 1 8 36 30 Frid. 6 28 4 59 9 44 31 Sat. 6 29 4 58 10 52 [[/right column]]
[[Preprinted calendar]] 1874 [[decorative border around page]] [[image- father telling family a story]] [[left column]] November Moon's Phases. New Moon... 9D 0H 38M M First Quarter.16D 8H 58M E Full Moon... 23D 0H 38M E Last Quarter..30D 1H 33M E [[table]] D. Days Sun Sun Moon of of the Rises Sets Rises. M. Week. h. m. h. m. h. m. 1 44 6 30 4 57 11 57 2 Mon. 6 31 4 56 morn 3 Tues. 6 32 4 54 1 0 4 Wed. 6 34 4 53 2 1 5 Thur. 6 35 4 52 3 0 6 Frid. 6 36 4 51 3 59 7 Sat. 6 37 4 50 4 57 8 45 6 38 4 49 5 59 9 Mon. 6 40 4 48 sets 10 Tues. 6 41 4 47 5 29 11 Wed. 6 42 4 46 6 5 12 Thur. 6 43 4 45 6 53 13 Frid. 6 44 4 44 7 51 14 Sat. 6 46 4 43 8 57 15 46 6 47 4 42 10 6 16 Mon. 6 48 4 42 11 17 17 Tues. 6 49 4 41 morn 18 Wed. 6 50 4 40 28 19 Thur. 6 51 4 39 1 40 20 Frid. 6 53 4 39 2 53 21 Sat. 6 54 4 38 4 8 22 47 6 55 4 38 5 27 23 Mon. 6 56 4 37 rises 24 Tues. 6 56 4 36 5 17 25 Wed. 6 58 4 35 6 16 26 Thur. 6 59 4 35 7 24 27 Frid. 7 0 4 35 8 35 28 Sat. 7 2 4 35 9 44 29 48 7 3 4 34 10 49 30 Mon. 7 4 4 34 11 52 .. ...... .... .... ...... [[end November]] [[right column]] December Moon's Phases. New Moon... 8D 7H 10M E First Quarter 16D 7H 28M M Full Moon... 22D 12H 0M E Last Quarter. 30D 9H 40M M [[table]] D. Days Sun Sun Moon of of the Rises Sets Rises. M. Week. h. m. h. m. h. m. 1 Tues. 7 5 4 34 morn 2 Wed. 7 6 4 33 52 3 Thur. 7 7 4 33 1 52 4 Frid. 7 8 4 33 2 50 5 Sat. 7 9 4 32 3 50 6 49 7 10 4 32 4 52 7 Mon. 7 11 4 32 5 56 8 Tues. 7 12 4 32 6 59 9 Wed. 7 13 4 32 sets 10 Thur. 7 14 4 32 6 4 11 Frid. 7 15 4 32 6 51 12 Sat. 7 15 4 32 7 57 13 50 7 16 4 32 9 8 14 Mon. 7 16 4 33 10 19 15 Tues. 7 17 4 33 11 28 16 Wed. 7 18 4 33 morn 17 Thur. 7 18 4 33 38 18 Frid. 7 19 4 34 1 50 19 Sat. 7 20 4 34 3 3 20 51 7 20 4 35 4 19 21 Mon. 7 21 4 35 5 37 22 Tues. 7 21 4 36 rises 23 Wed. 7 22 4 36 5 0 24 Thur. 7 22 4 37 6 13 25 Frid. 7 23 4 37 7 24 26 Sat. 7 23 4 38 8 33 27 52 7 23 4 39 9 38 28 Mon. 7 23 4 39 10 40 29 Tues. 7 24 4 40 11 40 30 Wed. 7 24 4 41 morn 31 Thur. 7 24 4 42 40 [[end December]] [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted Table of Wages]] [[decorative border around page]] [[image: two men at work, on either side of a factory building]] This Table is based upon the usual calculation of 10 hours to a day. [[table runs horizontally, on 15 columns]] Half One Two Four Five Six Eight Nine One Two Three Four Five Six hour hour hours hours hours hours hours hours day days days days days days ___ _______ _______ _______ ________ ________ _____ ________ _____ ________ ________ _____ _________ _________ _____ $3 .02 1/2 .05 .10 .20 .25 .30 .40 .45 .50 1.00 1.50 2.00 2.50 3.00 4 .03 1/3 .06 2/3 .13 1/3 .26 2/3 .33 1/3 .40 .53 1/3 .60 .66 2/3 1.33 1/3 2.00 2.66 2/3 3.33 1/3 4.00 5 .04 1/6 .08 1/3 .16 2/3 .33 1/3 .41.2/3 .50 .66 2/3 .75 .83 1/3 1.66 2/3 2.50 3.33 1/3 4.16 2/3 5.00 6 .05 .10 .20 .40 .50 .60 .80 .90 1.00 2.00 3.00 4.00 5.00 6.00 7 .05 5/6 .11 2/3 .23 1/3 .46 2/3 .58 1/3 .70 .93 1/3 1.05 1.16 2/3 2.33 1/3 3.50 4.66 2/3 5.83 1/3 7.00 8 .06 2/3 .13 1/3 .26 2/3 .53 1/3 .66 2/3 .80 1.06 2/3 1.20 1.33 1/3 2.66 2/3 4.00 5.33 1/3 6.66 2/3 8.00 9 .07 1/2 .15 .30 .60 .75 .90 1.20 1.35 1.50 3.00 4.50 6.00 7.50 9.00 10 .08 1/3 .16 2/3 .33 1/3 .66 2/3 .83 1/3 1.00 1.33 1/3 1.50 1.66 2/3 3.33 1/3 5.00 6.66 2/3 8.33 1/3 10.00 11 .09 1/6 .18 1/3 .36 2/3 .73 1/3 .91 2/3 1.10 1.46 2/3 1.65 1.83 1/3 3.66 2/3 5.50 7.33 1/3 9.16 2/3 11.00 12 .10 .20 .40 .80 1.00 1.20 1.60 1.80 2.00 4.00 6.00 8.00 10.00 12.00 14 .11 2/3 .23 1/3 .46 2/3 .93.1/3 1.16 2/3 1.40 1.86 2/3 2.10 1.33 1/3 4.66 2/3 7.00 9.33 1/3 11.66 2/3 14.00 15 .12 1/2 .25 .50 1.00 1.25 1.50 2.00 2.25 2.50 5.00 7.50 10.00 12.50 15.00 16 .13 1/3 .26 2/3 .53 1/3 1.06 2/3 1.33 1/3 1.60 2.13 1/3 2.40 2.66 2/3 5.33 1/3 8.00 10.66 2/3 13.33 1/3 16.00 18 .15 .30 .60 1.20 1.50 1.80 2.40 2.70 3.00 6.00 9.00 12.00 15.00 18.00 20 .16 2/3 .33 1/3 .66 2/3 1.33 1/3 1.66 2/3 2.00 2.66 2/3 3.00 3.33 1/3 6.66 2/3 10.00 13.33 1/3 16.66 2/3 20.00 24 .20 .40 .80 1.60 2.00 2.40 3.20 3.60 4.00 8.00 12.00 16.00 20.00 24.00 [[end Table of Wages]]
[[preprinted]] [[decorative outline around page]] [[image - man at desk with ledger book, bank building, woman at bank teller]] [[line]] INTEREST TABLES. [[line]] SIX PER CENT. [[line]] [[table]] Time $1 $2 $3 $4 $5 $6 $7 $8 $9 $10 $100 $1000 [[line]] 1 DAY 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 17 2 " [[Ditto for: DAY]] 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 33 3 " [[Ditto for: DAY]] 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 5 50 4 " [[Ditto for: DAY]] 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 7 67 5 " [[Ditto for: DAY]] 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 8 83 6 " [[Ditto for: DAY]] 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 10 1.00 7 " [[Ditto for: DAY]] 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 12 1.17 8 " [[Ditto for: DAY]] 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 13 1.33 9 " [[Ditto for: DAY]] 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 15 1.50 10 " [[Ditto for: DAY]] 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 17 1.67 11 " [[Ditto for: DAY]] 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 18 1.83 12 " [[Ditto for: DAY]] 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 20 2.00 13 " [[Ditto for: DAY]] 0 0 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 22 2.17 14 " [[Ditto for: DAY]] 0 0 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 23 2.33 15 " [[Ditto for: DAY]] 0 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 3 25 2.50 1 Mo. 1 1 2 2 3 3 4 4 5 5 50 5.00 2 " [[Ditto for: MO]] 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 1.00 10.00 3 " [[Ditto for: MO]] 2 3 5 6 8 9 11 12 14 15 1.50 15.00 4 " [[Ditto for: MO]] 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 2.00 20.00 5 " [[Ditto for: MO]] 3 5 8 10 13 15 18 20 23 25 2.50 25.00 6 " [[Ditto for: MO]] 3 6 9 12 15 18 21 24 27 30 3.00 30.00 7 " [[Ditto for: MO]] 4 7 11 14 18 21 25 28 32 35 3.50 35.00 8 " [[Ditto for: MO]] 4 8 12 16 20 24 38 32 36 40 4.00 40.00 9 " [[Ditto for: MO]] 5 9 14 18 23 27 32 36 41 45 4.50 45.00 10 " [[Ditto for: MO]] 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 5.00 50.00 11 " [[Ditto for: MO]] 6 11 17 22 28 33 39 44 50 55 5.50 55.00 1 Year 6 12 18 24 30 36 42 48 54 60 6.00 60.00 [[/table]] [[line]] Twelve per cent. [[horizontal line]] [[table]] Time $1 $2 $3 $4 $5 $6 $7 $8 $9 $10 $100 $1000 [[horizontal line]] 1 DAY 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 33 8 " [[Ditto for: DAY]] 0 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 3 27 2.67 15 " [[Ditto for: DAY]] 1 1 2 2 3 3 4 4 5 5 50 5.00 22 " [[Ditto for: DAY]] 1 1 3 3 4 4 6 6 7 7 73 7.33 30 " [[Ditto for: DAY]] 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 1.00 10.00 2 Mo. 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 2.00 20.00 4 " [[Ditto for: Mo.]] 4 8 12 16 20 24 28 32 36 40 4.00 40.00 6 " [[Ditto for: Mo.]] 6 12 18 24 30 36 42 48 54 60 6.00 60.00 8 " [[Ditto for: Mo.]] 8 16 24 32 40 48 56 64 72 80 8.00 80.00 10 " [[Ditto for: Mo.]] 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 1.00 10.00 100.00 1 YEAR 12 24 36 48 60 72 84 96 1.08 1.20 12.00 120.00 [[/preprinted]] [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] [[decorative outline around page]] INTEREST TABLES. [[line]] SEVEN PER CENT. [[line]] Time $1 $2 $3 $4 $5 $6 $7 $8 $9 $10 $100 $1000 [[line]] 1 DAY 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 19 2 " [[Ditto for: DAY]] 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 39 3 " [[Ditto for: DAY]] 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 6 58 4 " [[Ditto for: DAY]] 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 8 78 5 " [[Ditto for: DAY]] 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 10 97 6 " [[Ditto for: DAY]] 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 12 1.17 7 " [[Ditto for: DAY]] 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 14 1.36 8 " [[Ditto for: DAY]] 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 16 1.56 9 " [[Ditto for: DAY]] 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 18 1.75 10 " [[Ditto for: DAY]] 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 19 1.94 11 " [[Ditto for: DAY]] 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 21 2.14 12 " [[Ditto for: DAY]] 0 0 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 23 2.33 13 " [[Ditto for: DAY]] 0 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 3 25 2.53 14 " [[Ditto for: DAY]] 0 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 3 27 2.72 15 " [[Ditto for: DAY]] 0 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 3 3 29 2.92 16 " [[Ditto for: DAY]] 0 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 3 3 31 3.11 17 " [[Ditto for: DAY]] 0 1 1 1 2 2 2 3 3 3 33 3.31 18 " [[Ditto for: DAY]] 0 1 1 1 2 2 2 3 3 4 35 3.50 19 " [[Ditto for: DAY]] 0 1 1 1 2 2 3 3 3 4 37 3.69 20 " [[Ditto for: DAY]] 0 1 1 2 2 2 3 3 4 4 39 3.89 21 " [[Ditto for: DAY]] 0 1 1 2 2 2 3 3 4 4 41 4.08 22 " [[Ditto for: DAY]] 0 1 1 2 2 3 3 3 4 4 43 4.28 23 " [[Ditto for: DAY]] 0 1 1 2 2 3 3 4 4 4 45 4.47 24 " [[Ditto for: DAY]] 0 1 1 2 2 3 3 4 4 5 47 4.67 25 " [[Ditto for: DAY]] 0 1 1 2 2 3 3 4 4 5 49 4.86 26 " [[Ditto for: DAY]] 1 1 2 2 3 3 4 4 5 5 51 5.06 27 " [[Ditto for: DAY]] 1 1 2 2 3 3 4 4 5 5 53 5.25 28 " [[Ditto for: DAY]] 1 1 2 2 3 3 4 4 5 5 54 5.44 29 " [[Ditto for: DAY]] 1 1 2 2 3 3 4 5 5 6 56 5.64 1 Mo. 1 1 2 2 3 4 4 5 5 6 58 5.83 2 " [[Ditto for: Mo.]] 1 2 4 5 6 7 8 9 11 12 1.17 11.67 3 " [[Ditto for: Mo.]] 2 4 5 7 9 11 12 14 16 18 1.75 17.50 4 " [[Ditto for: Mo.]] 2 5 7 9 12 14 16 19 21 23 2.33 23.33 5 " [[Ditto for: Mo.]] 3 6 9 12 15 18 20 23 26 29 2.92 29.17 6 " [[Ditto for: Mo.]] 4 7 11 14 18 21 25 28 32 35 3.50 35.00 7 " [[Ditto for: Mo.]] 4 8 12 16 20 25 29 33 37 41 4.08 40.83 8 " [[Ditto for: Mo.]] 5 9 14 19 23 28 33 37 42 47 4.67 46.67 9 " [[Ditto for: Mo.]] 5 11 16 21 26 32 37 42 47 53 5.25 52.50 10 " [[Ditto for: Mo.]] 6 12 28 23 29 35 41 47 53 58 5.83 58.33 11 " [[Ditto for: Mo.]] 6 13 19 26 32 39 45 51 58 64 6.42 64.17 1 Year 7 14 21 28 35 42 49 56 63 70 7.00 70.00 [[/table]] [[line]] TEN PER CENT. [[table]] [[line]] Time $1 $2 $3 $4 $5 $6 $7 $8 $9 $10 $100 $1000 [[line]] 1 DAY 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 28 8 " [[Ditto for: DAY]] 0 0 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 22 2.22 15 " [[Ditto for: DAY]] 0 1 1 2 2 3 3 3 4 4 42 4.17 22 " [[Ditto for: DAY]] 1 1 2 2 3 4 4 5 6 6 61 6.11 30 " [[Ditto for: DAY]] 1 2 3 3 4 5 6 7 8 8 83 8.33 2 Mo. 2 3 5 7 8 10 12 13 15 17 1.67 16.67 4 " [[Ditto for: Mo.]] 3 7 10 13 17 20 23 27 30 33 3.33 33.33 6 " [[Ditto for: Mo.]] 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 5.00 50.00 8 " [[Ditto for: Mo.]] 7 13 20 27 33 40 47 53 60 67 6.67 66.67 10 " [[Ditto for: Mo.]] 8 17 25 33 42 50 58 67 75 83 8.33 83.33 1 Year 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 1.00 10.00 100.00 [[/table]] [[/preprinted]]
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[[data is boxed on page]] [[image: drawings of city people, wagon train, and a city street scene]] POPULATION OF STATES AND TERRITORIES-1870. STATES. Populat'n STATES. Populat'n Alabama... 996,992 North Carolina.. 1,071,361 Arkansas.. 484,471 Ohio ... 2,665,260 California.. 560,247 Oregon ... 90,923 Connecticut.. 537,454 Pennsylvania ... 3,521,791 Delaware... 125,015 Rhode Island ... 217,353 Florida... 187,748 South Carolina .. 765,606 Georgia... 1,184,109 Tennessee... 1,258,520 Illinois... 2,539,891 Texas... 818,579 Indiana... 1,680,617 Vermont... 330,551 Iowa... 1,191,792 Virginia... 1,225,163 Kansas ... 364,399 West Virginia... 442,014 Kentucky ... 1,321,011 Wisconsin ... 1,054,670 Louisiana ... 726,915 _________ Maine ... 626,915 TERRITORIES. Maryland ... 780,894 Arizona ... 9,658 Massachusetts.. 1,457,351 Colorado ... 39,864 Michigan ... 1,184,059 Dakota .... 14,181 Minnesota ... 439,706 Dist. Columbia .. 131,700 Mississippi .. 827,922 Idaho ... 14,999 Missouri ... 1,721,295 Montana ... 20,595 Nebraska ... 122,993 New Mexico ... 91,874 Nevada ... 42,491 Utah ... 86,786 New Hampshire .. 318,300 Washington ... 23,955 New Jersey ... 906,096 Wyoming ... 9,118 New York ... 4,382,759 _______ Total 38,555,983 [[end page]] [[start page]] [[data is boxed on page]] [[image: drawings of landscapes for BOSTON and CHICAGO and a harbor scene for NEW YORK]] PRINCIPAL CITIES: THEIR DISTANCE FROM NEW YORK, WITH THE DIFFERENCE IN TIME AND POPULATION TIME WHEN 12 O'CLOCK AT POPU- CITIES. MILES. HOURS. NEW YORK. LATION. ______________________ ______ ______ _______________ _______ H. M. S. Albany, N.Y.... 144 5 12 1 6 P.M. 76,216 Baltimore, Md.... 186 8 11 49 38 A.M. 267,345 Boston, Mass.... 231 10 11 50 0 A.M. 250,526 Buffalo, N.Y.... 423 18 11 40 24 A.M. 117,715 Burlington, Iowa... 1118 50 10 51 0 A.M. 14,930 Charleston, S.C.... 815 47 11 36 22 A.M. 48,956 Chicago, Ill. ... 898 36 11 6 2 A.M. 298,983 Cincinnati, Ohio... 744 31 11 18 16 A.M. 216,239 Cleveland, Ohio ... 581 23 11 30 0 A.M. 92,829 Detroit, Mich... 664 27 11 23 54 A.M. 79,577 Dunkirk, N.Y.... 460 18 11 38 0 A.M. 5,231 Galveston, Texas... 1822 120 10 36 58 A.M. 13,818 Indianapolis, Ind.... 812 34 11 11 54 A.M. 48,244 Louisville, Ky.... 852 41 11 14 4 A.M. 100,754 La Crosse, Wis.... 1214 50 10 50 0 A.M. 7,785 Memphis, Tenn.... 1229 65 10 56 0 A.M. 40,226 Milwaukee, Wis.... 998 40 11 4 16 A.M. 71,440 Mobile, Ala.... 1628 80 11 0 2 A.M. 32,034 Montreal, Ca.... 396 19 12 1 44 P.M. 107,225 New Orleans, La.... 1483 82 10 56 4 A.M. 191,418 Omaha, Neb.... 1420 56 10 32 0 A.M. 16,083 Philadelphia, Pa.... 88 4 1/4 11 55 25 A.M. 674,022 Pittsburgh, Pa.... 431 17 11 36 0 A.M. 86,076 Portland, Me... 349 15 12 15 0 P.M. 31,414 Quincy, Ill.... 1169 50 10 49 0 A.M. 24,052 Richmond, Va.... 356 20 11 46 15 A.M. 51,038 Salt Lake City, U.T... 2464 160 9 28 0 A.M. 12,854 San Francisco, Cal... 3302 192 8 46 19 A.M. 149,473 St. Joseph, Mo... 1391 61 10 37 0 A.M. 19,565 St. Louis, Mo... 1089 45 10 55 4 A.M. 310,869 St. Paul, Minn... 1347 64 10 43 45 A.M. 20,031 Saratoga Sp'gs, N.Y... 183 8 12 0 1 P.M. 7,561 Savannah, Ga... 917 61 3/4 11 31 32 A.M. 28,235 Washington, D.C... 226 10 11 47 53 A.M. 109,199 White Mountains, N.H.. 323 13 3/4 12 10 30 P.M. .......
[[preprinted table rotated counterclockwise 90 degrees]] [[decorative border around page]] Presidents of the United States [[line]] [[table with 6 columns]] [[column headings]] Names | When born. | Inaugurated. | Contin'ce in Office | Died. | Native of [[/column headings]] George Washington | Feb. 22, 1732 ... | April 3, 1789 ... | 8 years ... | Dec. 14, 1799 ... | Virginia John Adams ... | Oct. 30, 1735 ... | March 4, 1797 ... | 4 " [[ditto for: years]] .. | July 4, 1826 ... | Massachusetts. Thomas Jefferson... | April 2, 1743 ... | " [[ditto for: March]] 4, 1801 ... | 8 " [[ditto for: years]] .. | July 4, 1826 ... | Virginia. James Madison ... | March, 16, 1751 ... | " [[ditto for: March]] 4, 1809 ... | 8 " [[ditto for: years]] .. | June 28, 1836... | " [[ditto for: Virginia.]] James Monroe... | April 2, 1759 ... | " [[ditto for: March]] 4, 1817 ... | 8 " [[ditto for: years]] .. | July 4, 1831 ... | " [[ditto for: Virginia.]] John Quincy Adams ... | July 11, 1767 ... | " [[ditto for: March]] 4, 1825 ... | 4 " [[ditto for: years]] .. | Feb. 23, 1848 ... | Massachusetts. Andrew Jackson ... | March, 15, 1767 ... | " [[ditto for: March]] 4, 1829 ... | 8 " [[ditto for: years]] .. | June 8, 1845... | S. Carolina. Martin Van Buren ... | Dec. 5, 1789 ... | " [[ditto for: March]] 4, 1837 ... | 4 " [[Ditto for: years]] .. | Dec. 27, 1862 ... | New-York. William H. Harrison ... | Feb. 9. 1773 ... | " [[ditto for: March]] 4, 1841 ... | 1 month .. | April 4, 1841 ... | Virginia. John Tyler ... | March, 20, 1790 ... | {Succe'ded to Presidency} | 3 yrs. 11 months .. | January 17 , 1862... | " [[ditto for: Virginia.]] James K. Polk ... | Nov. 2, 1795 ... | " [[ditto for: March]] 4, 1845 ... | 4 years .. | June 15, 1849... | N. Carolina. Zachary Taylor ... | Nov. 24, 1790 ... | " [[ditto for: March]] 4, 1849 ... | 1 year 4 months .. | July 9, 1850... | Virginia. Millard Fillmore ... | May 7, 1800 ... | {Succe'ded to Presidency.} | 2 yrs. 8 months .. | ...... | New-York. Franklin Pierce ... | Nov. 23, 1804 ... | March 4, 1853 ... | 4 years .. | October 8, 1869... | New Hamp. James Buchanan ... | April 23, 1791 ... | " [[ditto for: March]] 4, 1857 ... | 4 " [[ditto for: years]] .. | June 1st, 1868... | Pennsylvania. Abraham Lincoln ... | Feb. 12, 1809 ... | " [[ditto for: March]] 4, 1861.. | 4 years 40 days .. | April 15, 1865... | Kentucky. Andrew Johnson ... | Dec. 29, 1808 ... | April 15, 1865 ... | 3 yrs. 11 months .. | ....... | North Carolina. Ulysses S. Grant ... | April 27, 1822 ... | March 4, 1869 ... | ...... | ...... | Ohio. [[/preprinted table]] [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] JANUARY, THURSDAY 1. 1874. [[/preprinted]] Papa came back from New York this morning, befor I was awake. He had been home and found the people and the pets well. Birdies tail had grown long and then fallen out. Silver and Duke had grown a little. Papa went out with Mr Wheller and the two Mr Herlberts to call. Mama did not go to the parlor to stay but only went down when some one came to see her. They had a refreshment table, and had salad and oysters and Biscuits and coffe and chocolate and fruit and lots of other things. Gen Sweet died this morning at six oclock, of Pneumonia, and Miss Ada (supposing him to be alive) came on this evening but finding that he was dead went right back to Chicago, to comfort her mother. This evening I am writing up here in our room. I can't help of thinking of poor Miss Ada.
[[preprinted]] JANUARY, FRIDAY 2. 1874. [[/preprinted]] Washington. D C. I forgot to put W- yesterday so I put it to day. Yesterday [[insertion]] (2) [[/insertion]] when I left off writing I went ^[[insertion]] to [[/insertion]] Mrs. Herlberts room, but they were out so I came back here and then went to the dining room to get a drink of water and then I went to Mr Rines room and played dommonoes with him till dinner was ready. It is a lovely day. just like spring. We have not got a letter from Collie yet but expect to very soon. The young ladies all miss him very much, so much that they speak of him very often, and Nellie etc wrote a letter to mama to congratula. her for his safe arriv. some time soon I think I will write an account of the time when the telegram came. [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] JANUARY, SATURDAY 3. 1874. [[/preprinted]] Today I wanted to go out to ride dreadfully but Mama thought I might take cold so we did not go. In the afternoon the dressmaker was here, mending some clothes. And papa and I went out, and met Lockie and with hoops and so papa asked L to get me a hoop, and he gave him the money to get three one for him (L) and one for Grace and one for me. Then we went and had a short walk, and then we met the children and papa asked them where he could get a canary for me, and then we went to find one but did not succeed. Then we went home much refreshed by our walk. A little while after Mrs W- called me and gave a dish of Ice Cream, which I ate without very much [[greeniblyty?]] for it was [[triple underlined]] Splendid. [[/underlined]] I have not learned my SS lesson as I do not expect to go.
[[preprinted]] JANUARY, SUNDAY 4. 1874. [[/preprinted]] To day turned out to be so lovely that I went to SS after all, and was put in a class of seven. I have a splendid teacher, and her name is Miss Jenny Stone. After Sunday School I went to Church, and sat with Mrs & Miss Young. And in the evening or rather afternoon papa went with me to see Mrs Robers (who had got back last evening with Mr R. Mrs Rines is rick I am sorry to say, she got so nervous and excited about Gen Sweet and Miss Ada and all that today she is quite sick. It is a [[underlined]] glorious [[/underlined]] evening mama went to the Mission School this afternoon to teach a class. Papa has gone to Dr Mitchels to hear him preach, with Mr W. and Mrs Banel an other lady. [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] JANUARY, MONDAY 5. 1874. [[/preprinted]] Today Congress commences agin, and I have commenced studing Florence went to School today and likes it very much. I am going to study Latin I think in a few days. The Boys have not come yet. I have learned [[insertion]] ^ all of [[/insertion]] my Sunday School lesson, but of course will have to look it over every day. There is not anything more to say today so I guess I will stop.
[[preprinted]] JANUARY, TUESDAY 6. 1874. [[/preprinted]] I have not done anything today that is worth writing down so I guess I wont say anything. [[end page]] [[start page]] [[underlined]] private. [[/underlined]] [[preprinted]] JANUARY, WEDNESDAY 7. 1874. [[/preprinted]] This morning Charley came up and put a pane of glass in the window, and in the afternoon mama went out calling and said she wanted me to lock both doors of the back [[rivea ?]] for the men were coming to fix the [[underlined]] stove. [[/underlined]] ([[underlined]]] Private [[/underlined]]) While they were here Lockie came up and so I went down and we got a [[underlined]] secret [[/underlined]] society [[underlined]] and I was made presadent. [[/underlined]]
[[preprinted]] JANUARY, THURSDAY 8. 1874 [[/preprinted]] It is lovely evening and the Sun set beautifully today I have been rolling my hoop and had a great deal of fun. Leant my lessons and that is about all. [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] JANUARY, FRIDAY 9. 1874 [[/preprinted]] Today is a lovely day and I have been improving it, this morning before breakfast [[insertion]] ^ I went [[/insertion]] with mama to rool my hoop. I have been writing to day I suppose I might as well own up that I was writing in this book.
[[preprinted]] JANUARY, SATURDAY 10. 1874 [[/preprinted]] To day I have something to say. I went out with [[Sammy Sammy?]] and Lizzie to the square to roll our hoops and then Nellie and I came to see mama well I did not have much to say after all. [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] JANUARY, SUNDAY 11. 1874 [[/preprinted]] I have been to SS and Church had to sit in a different pew from the one mama and papa went to see the Roberts and the Smiths.
[[pre-printed]] JANUARY, MONDAY 12. 1874. [[/pre-printed]] I have been in bed all the morning and just as I was finishing my dinner (for Mama had had Julie cook me some steak as I was sick & have a cold so she did not want me to eat meat at night so I had my dinner at lunch time) Mrs R came up and read to us a long time and we enjoyed it very much. Mrs Rimes is just as good as she can be. [[end page]] [[start page]] [[pre-printed]] JANUARY, TUESDAY 13. 1874. [[/pre-printed]] Today I feel miserablely I have such a cold. Mrs R has been to see me.
[[pre-printed]] JANUARY, WEDNESDAY 14. 1874. [[/pre-printed]] I realy am not writing to day or I mean I was but Sat I have got quite behindhand so I dont remember what I did do that day ([[?]]) [[end page]] [[start page]] [[pre-printed]] JANUARY, THURSDAY 15. 1874. [[/pre-printed]] I dont know much to say to day so I guess I will give a description of the time when Collies telagram came. It was in the morning and I went down stairs for something it is so long ago that I have forgotten what it was. And I stoped in the parlor and did an errand for Charley who was taking up the carpet and then I came back & was looking out of the windows (in the parlor) when a boy came up the steps with a telagram and I went to the door and found it was for us and was just going to tear it open but Nickalous said no no or rather would not let me. Then I hurried him up stairs and then the performance began. After they I mean papa and mama had kissed they cried and did everything else.
[[preprinted]] January, Friday 16. 1874. [[/preprinted]] What have I done today not much of any thing. [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] January, Saturday 17. 1874. [[/preprinted]]
[[preprinted]] January, Sunday 18. 1874. [[/preprinted]] [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] January, Monday 19. 1874. [[/preprinted]]
[[preprinted]] JANUARY, TUESDAY 20. 1874. [[/preprinted]] Today or rather tonight Lillie Lee [[just?]] came in and I wrote a little to Callie. [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] JANUARY, WEDNESDAY 21. 1874. [[/preprinted]] Ha Diddle diddle the cats in the fiddle the cow jumped over the moon [[underlined]] But [[/underlined]] back to to to the [[underlined]] nursery [[/underlined]] and read [[Green Thomas?]] it was very good hearing it before in class.
[[preprinted]] January, Thursday 22. 1874. [[/preprinted]] [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] January, Friday 23. 1874. [[/preprinted]]
[[preprinted]] JANUARY, SATURDAY 24. 1874. [[/preprinted]] [[blank page]] [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] JANUARY, SUNDAY 25. 1874. [[/preprinted]] Today I am about sick. Last night I was sick in the night and to day I am out of luck as Hart would say. Last night Mr Herlbert told us to splendid stories they were about Indians.
[[preprinted]] JANUARY, MONDAY 26. 1874. [[/preprinted]] oh my is it not splendid I am going to hear Mr Gough to morrow night I have got a bird cage Mr. Gough went with me and we got a gilt or rather brass one it is lovely I think. [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] JANUARY, TUESDAY 27. 1874. [[/preprinted]] [[blank page]]
[[preprinted]] JANUARY, WEDNESDAY 28. 1874 [[/preprinted]] To day I dont know as I aught to write realy because [[strikethrough]] b [[/strikethrough]] of my [[underlined]] eyes [[/underlined]] Last night I was fooling round down stairs and mama wanted me to come up or else I wanted to myself Iv forgotten which and I came up and I began coughing and threw up all my supper and then all of a sudden my eye swelled up and it has hurt me ever since so I must not write any more only to that I did not go to the lecture but papa did. [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] JANUARY, THURSDAY 29. 1874 [[/preprinted]] [[blank page]]
[[preprinted]] JANUARY, FRIDAY 30. 1874. [[/preprinted]] I am writing in my Sunday School lesson or at least just took this up remembering I had not written in it in a good while. Last night I went to hear Mr Gough if that is the way you spell his name. His lecture was on peculier people and was very interesting. The Rays went with us. Yesterday I took a lesson of Mr Coufmann yesterday and liked it very much. I have learned [[underline]] all [[/underline]] my lessons and for the first time in my life I learned some Latin words. Mama went to see Mrs Roberts and the dentist. Last night when we were at the Lecture there was a fire on the next block. But I dont think it was anything very serious tho. [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] JANUARY, SATURDAY 31. 1874 [[/preprinted]] [[blank page]]
[[preprinted]] FEBRUARY, SUNDAY 1. 1874. [[/preprinted]] Just think an other month is gone an other month and dear Hart will be with us, wont [[insertion]] h [[/insertion]] that be [[underline]] splendid [[/underline]] last night we had a [[underline]] splendid [[/underline]] time down in the ballroom Mr Gardner came off champion as usual. [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] FEBRUARY, MONDAY 2. 1874. [[/preprinted]] Today Lizzie has gone to school ththough it is a very bad day. She gets over a sickness very quick.
[[preprinted]] FEBRUARY, TUESDAY 3. 1874. [[/preprinted]] Last night I was out all the evening at Mr Oglesbys they had a little masquerade the children I mean. And had a splendid time and got home early. [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] FEBRUARY, WEDNESDAY 4. 1874. [[/preprinted]] [[blank page]]
[[underlined]] Private. [[/underlined]] [[preprinted]] FEBRUARY, THURSDAY 5. 1874. [[/preprinted]] Last night I went to the Oglesbys again they had the babes in the woods the way they did was as follows they had a shawl over the mantle and a bolster on the floor and have two children get behind the shawl and have there knees blacked to look like babys faces. [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] FEBRUARY, FRIDAY 6. 1874. [[/preprinted]] Tonight I am staying home but I dont know as I have any reason not to be at home. We have had [[underlined]] sad sad [[/underlined]] news tonight a telagraph grandma is very low We have a letter from Collie to but that is not bad news. Papa cannot go home tonight because of the snow storm. Oh my have I forgotten to say that I have got my canary and its the dearest little thing ever lived I think
[[preprinted]] FEBRUARY, SATURDAY 7. 1874. [[/preprinted]] Telegram C [[ill ill ?]] Mother is [[double underline]] better [[/underline]] Snow storm Flora ill send for Dr. Nervous all night Carrie up all night & sick 8th [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] FEBRUARY, SUNDAY 8. 1874. [[/preprinted]] Flora better Carrie ill Bright sunny day Dr. calls I am better to day Yestaday was sick Dr [[L?]] just gone away. poor dear mama is sick I am so sorry for her. Mrs wheeler has been up and [[insertion]] ^ has just [[/insertion]] gone down to get something for her.
[[preprinted]] FEBRUARY, MONDAY 9. 1874. [[/preprinted]] To day I feel better than I did yesterday but yet I am not well by any means. [[?]] has taken his [[?]] I have just paid mama a dollar for I broke her watch and that is what it cost to have it mended I think. And that leaves me only 99 cents. [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] FEBRUARY, TUESDAY 10. 1874. [[/preprinted]] Today mama is better and so am I she went out this morning and got me some valantines is not that nice. I am going to send some home.
[[preprinted]] FEBRUARY, WEDNESDAY 11. 1874. [[/preprinted]] To day is a beautiful day. Papa is sick and is only just now getting up. And it is after lunch time [[end page]] [start page]] [[preprinted]] FEBRUARY, TUESDAY 12. 1874. [[/preprinted]] [[no entry]]
[[preprinted]] February, Friday 13, 1874. [[/preprinted]] To day I have not been well so I did not study but fixed my top drawer and wrote a letter to Collie Papa is better to day Judge Leale is sick with a cold in his head and did not go to the house today Last night Gen Herlbut told us a story. Tomorrow I expect to get [[underline]] a [[/underline]] valentine [[underline]] or two. [[/underline]] [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] February, Saturday 14. 1874. [[/preprinted]] Tonight I am so disappointed I expected to go down stairs to see the Sharades. But I am not very well so mama did not think I had better go so I am staying up here feeling very much disapointed.
[[preprinted]] FEBRUARY, SUNDAY 15. 1874. [[/preprinted]] I have been out to take a little walk with papa but papa and mama did not think I had better go to SS. because I was not very well Mrs Wheeler is sick. Mr and Mrs Roberts have been so round here and Mrs Sutton is sick in bed. To morrow I expect to tak a drawing lesson. We got a letter from Collie this morning [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] FEBRUARY, MONDAY 16. 1874. [[/preprinted]] This morning I dont know exactly what to say so I guess I wont say anything.
[[preprinted]] FEBRUARY, TUESDAY 17. 1874. [[/preprinted]] [[blank page]] [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] FEBRUARY, WEDNESDAY 18. 1874. [[/preprinted]] Tonight I feel happier than I have in a week because I have given 50 cents for the hour about the same thing I joined the sewing Society. And to do that you have to give [[strikethrough]] your [[/strikethrough]] 50 cents. I expect to sew on buttons and ^ [[insertion]] hem [[/insertion]] [[?]], and do such jobs as that.
[[preprinted]] FEBRUARY, THURSDAY 19. 1874 [[/preprinted]] I can not write much because I have got to go to bed. I have a horrid cold. [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] FEBRUARY, FRIDAY 20. 1874. [[/preprinted]] Mama has had some calls so she has had to go down stairs I have been a great deal better today.
[[preprinted]] FEBRUARY, SATURDAY 21. [[/preprinted]] p.m. [[preprinted]] 1874. [[/preprinted]] I have just been to "The Soldiers Home." with the Wheelers and I had a [[underline]] splendid [[/underline]] time [[Lloy ?]] and Grace went with us. [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] FEBRUARY, SUNDAY 22. 1874. [[/preprinted]] This morning I have not been to SS or Church. It is a [[underline]] [[lonely ?]] [[/underline]] day but a good deal to [[?]]. [[Ach ?]] I have just come back from Mrs Roberts with papa she is not well. I am writing a letter [[strikethrough]] from [[/strikethrough]] to Hart.
[[preprinted]] FEBRUARY, MONDAY 23. 1874. [[/preprinted]] Today I have been to the sewing society. I sewed on [[strikethrough]] three [[/strikethrough]] buttons and then I sewed some on a sack. I learned all my lessons and Olie spent the afternoon with me so I have had a pretty nice time today. Harty will be here the middle of next week so he will see the Oglesbys. This morning papa got the pictures of the [[?]] [[?]] that went down [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] FEBRUARY, TUESDAY 24. 1874. [[/preprinted]] I went to the S.S. again today. Learned all my lessons and went out walking in the morning. Mama and papa are going out calling this evening. This morning we got a letter from Hart, he is coming Saturday instead of next week and I am so glad I dont know what to do.
Private [[preprinted]] FEBRUARY, WEDNESDAY 25. 1874. [[/preprinted]] Graces birthday is on the 18th of April, Rosas on the of March Walters " " [[Dittos for: on the]] 23rd of June. mamas is on the 6th of October it comes on Tuesday. this year Grace will be 7. Rosa 4. Walter 11. Mama [[strikethrough]] 4 [[/strikethrough]] 47. Papa will be 50 in March. 25th day. Lizzie will be 9 in March 5th. [[Floy?]] [[West?]] will be 9 in 20th Setp. Flora kilinzer will be 11 in Jan. Olie will be 11 in June. [[Minnie?]] will be seven in [[blank space]] Rob will be [[blank space]] in [[blank space]] Hart will be 19 in Dec 5th. lollie will be 24 in Nov 10th. Uncle Charles will be 66 or 67 in April 20. Aunt Helen [[?]] on the 7 of June. Grandma the 18 of August. [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] FEBRUARY, THURSDAY 26. 1874. [[/preprinted]] This morning I had to take care of mama till so late that she had just got through hearing my lessons when papa looked at his watch and it was a quarter past 11 so she had to go. I got through my lessons and started for Mrs Scoods room a few minutes after 12. This afternoon Grace was up here all the time and we had lots of fun. I do so wish this was Saturday. Lockie will be 14 the 20th of May.
[[preprinted]] FEBRUARY, FRIDAY 27. 1874. [[/preprinted]] Lizzie Ray and Grace are up here and we have been stringing beeds. I wrote a letter [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] FEBRUARY, SATURDAY 28. [[/preprinted]] A.M. This morning we were surprised very pleasantly by being clasped in Harts arms he came on the night train. Oh how glad we were to see him. Last night Lizzie Rays mother and father were gone so she lay down on the louge and in two minutes was fast asleep.
[[preprinted]] MARCH, SUNDAY 1. 1874. [[/preprinted]] This morning I went to Sunday School and Miss Jenny came early. This evening Mrs Rines told us girls a splendid story about Prince Aurthor. Tomorrow Mr North will come here. It is a lovely day or rather evening. [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] MARCH, MONDAY 2. 1874. [[/preprinted]] This evening mama Hart and myself went up to the Roberts, house expecting to see Mr North but he had not come. I went to take my lesson of Mr [[strikethrough]] P [[/strikethrough]] Kaufmann. Mrs Green. Mrs Lane. [[image - pencil sketch of two women in elaborate dresses]]
[[preprinted]] MARCH, TUESDAY 3. 1874. [[/preprinted]] This is the day the Lord hath made let us be glad in it. [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] MARCH, WEDNESDAY 4. 1874. [[/preprinted]] P.M. I have somethings that I am glad yes very glad to say something about. We have just received a letter from Collie he sends us two pictures of some places there. It is quite a nice evening and mama went to church. Mrs & Miss Bates have been here this evening and we had a very nice visit with them. Collie was at Hyeres and his letter was dated Feb. 13th. The Gardeners are here now and we are very glad to see them.
[[preprinted]] MARCH, THURSDAY 5. 1874. [[/preprinted]] (A.M.) This morning just as soon as I got ready or rather dressed I went down and took the paints to Lizzie (for to day is her birthday) and left them at her place and she was delighted with them. It is a beautiful morning the sun is shining very bright indeed. P.M. Hart has gone out and mama is going so I dont know what to do. [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] MARCH, FRIDAY 6. 1874. [[/preprinted]] (Afternoon.) G K is about. (Evening) Lizzie has got the hives and I pity her. A B C D E F G H. I. J. K. L. M. N. O P. Q. R. S T U V. W. X Y. Z. A B C. D E F G H I J K. a b c d e f g h i j k l m. n. o. p q r s t u v w x y z. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5 6 7 8 9 10. 11. 12 13 14. 15 16 17 18. 19. 20. 21. 22 23 24 25 26.
[[preprinted]] MARCH, SATURDAY 7. 1874. [[/preprinted]] This time I don't know anything to say, so I am going to write the months in order. March April May June July August. Sep. [[strikethrough]] Dec. [[/strikethrough]] Oct. Nov. Dec. Jan. Feb. [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] MARCH, SUNDAY 8. 1874. [[/preprinted]] This evening We have been singing and Mrs. Rines is going to tell us a story.
[[preprinted]] MARCH, MONDAY 9. 1874. [[/preprinted]] Miss Brizham is up here and we are delighted to see her for she has not been here in a long while. I am reading my S.S. book that I am very much interested in so I wont write any more to night. [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] MARCH, TUESDAY 10. 1874. [[/preprinted]] As long as I have not anything to say I will describe our "Sewing Society," It commences at ten oclock and ends at 1/2 past 12. We have the meetings on the Mon's Tue-s ^[[insertion]] & [[/insertion]] Wen 's. If a person dont come they have to pay 10 cents. There are 21 members and the membership fee is 50 cents. Mrs Hood Mrs Wheeler and Mrs Sutton sew on the machine. We have made 60 garments since we commenced, & we have only been at it 3. weeks. That is a good deal to say I think. Mrs Walker Mrs & Miss Smith Mrs Roberts & Mrs Sutton are the only outside members we have. P.S. I went to the SS to day but did not go in fore the reason - that I tell some other time.
[[preprinted]] MARCH, WEDNESDAY 11. 1874. [[/preprinted]] To-day I have "under the weather" as lollie would say. I learned all my lessons in the morning and went to the "S.S." [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] MARCH, THURSDAY 12. 1874. [[/preprinted]] To night the supper bell has just rung but I am not going down Miss Graves was here this afternoon to see mama.
[[preprinted]] MARCH, FRIDAY 13. 1874. [[/preprinted]] To day I suppose I am a little better. But I don't feel much better. [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] MARCH, SATURDAY 14. 1874. [[/preprinted]] I have not much to say to-day, if anything, so I will say what I am going to get for papa for his birthday I think I get him a pin cushion.
[[preprinted]] MARCH, SUNDAY 15. 1874. [[/preprinted]] To-day I have written my SS [[strikethrough]] letter [[/strikethrough]] lesson, & a letter to Jennie [[strikethrough]] & Gertrude [[/strikethrough]] [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] MARCH, MONDAY 16. 1874. [[/preprinted]] This morning I felt so stupid that I did not learn my lessons but I went to W.J. and Ollie. G. I wish I could get well, it is so bad to be sick.
[[preprinted]] MARCH, TUESDAY 17. 1874 [[/preprinted]] Our [[underlined]] Dear Scarty [[/underlined]] has gone back to school, this evening he went just now. how we will miss him, [[underlined]] dear boy. [[/underlined]] [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] MARCH, WEDNESDAY 18. 1874 [[/preprinted]]
[[preprinted]] MARCH, THURSDAY 19. 1874. [[/preprinted]] To day mama has got a headache. This afternoon I went with Carrie, to the school where Sloy Ward and Lizzie Ray, go, for Grace had gone there to day, as a visitor and so Carrie went for her. I am so sorry mama is sick, but I hope she will be better in the morning. [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] MARCH, FRIDAY 25. 1874. [[/preprinted]] To day mama is worse, she has lain in bed all day & I have been taking care of her all day consequently I [[?]] did not go out, till the evening when I went with Dustin to get something for Mrs. Wheeller at a restuarant.
[[preprinted]] MARCH, SATURDAY 21. 1874. [[/preprinted]] To day Mama is a little better I think Dr H-n has been here, to see her but I was out, riding with Mrs Rines, she wanted me to go, so I did. We got a letter from Collie this morning. This afternoon Mrs Young was round here, & she brought Mama a lovely boquet of sweet violets & helieatrope. & then Mrs. W-r brought her a fuchia. [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] MARCH, SUNDAY 22. 1874. [[/preprinted]] This morning I went to Sunday School & then came back. I let Bijou out this afternoon, & he flew round some, but I was afraid he was sick he acted [[strikethrough]] lost [[/strikethrough]] strangely. I had a great many fears, but they most all subsided when Mrs Hood came up to see mama, & I told her what I thought about him, & she said that he had only stuffed himself, & that you could tell that a [[insertion]] canary [[/insertion]] bird was sick, if he did not eat anything, but he had eaten a great deal.
[[preprinted]] MARCH, ^[[(Afternoon)]] MONDAY 23. 1874. [[/preprinted]] To day I am very glad to say my Dear, Darling, Love, Comfort & [[underlined] Pet [[/underlined]] mama, is better, to night they are going to have the Sharades & [[underline]] Co. [[/underline]] & I think [[strikethrough]] she [[/strikethrough]] Mama will be well ennough to go down. [[end page]] [[start page]] [[image - flower]] [[image - a tree]] [[preprinted]] MARCH, ^[[(Evening.)]] TUESDAY 24. 1874. [[/preprinted]] Last night was a success, throughoughly. Mrs Rives acted as Widow Bedott & then they had twoscenes in Shakespier & they did not get through till 11. oc.k
[[preprinted]] MARCH, WEDNESDAY 25. 1874. [[/preprinted]] To day I dont know much to say so I guess I will keep "Silence in the court house, the cat is going to preach." Oh I forgot [[strikethrough]] I [[/strikethrough]] all about it, to day is papas birthday & I gave him a boquet. [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] MARCH, THURSDAY 26. 1874. [[/preprinted]]
[[preprinted]] MARCH, FRIDAY 27. 1874. [[/preprinted]] To night is a lovely evening. This P.M. papa made his speech on "Finance," & we went up there to hear him. I did not think ^ [[insertion]] it [/insertion]] was interesting abit, but a good many other people did I suppose. [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] MARCH, SATURDAY 28. 1874. [[/preprinted]] This morning I have not anything to say so I will tell my journal! ha ha what Collie wrote in his letter, from Marsales, It was to Papa, dated Mch 4th. Most of it was buisness but ^ [[insertion]] in [[/insertion]] the rest he said he [[insertion]] was [[/insertion]] going to Coblense, he had recieved a letter from Mr Murry, saying it was not improbable that he could cure Elms eyes. and Elm says that he expects if nothing happens, to come back in May, or something like it. F.A.M. P.S. I have got a cold, & the girls were up to see me, & brought thir [[strikethrough]] e [[/strikethrough]] box that they had to put there dishes on & brought them to, Olie came over to see me. [[underline]] P.M. FAM [[/underline]]
[[preprinted]] MARCH, ^[[Eve.]] SUNDAY 29. 1874. [[/preprinted]] To day I have been "playing sick," for a change. I wrote the SS. lesson for last week to day as I neglected to do it last week. [[line across page]] Florence. A. Merrinns care Leon CL. Merrinns 808 12 St. Washington, D.C. [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] MARCH, MONDAY 30. 1874. [[/preprinted]] [[blank]]
[[preprinted]] MARCH, TUESDAY 31. 1874. [[/preprinted]] [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] APRIL, WEDNESDAY 1. 1874. [[/preprinted]]
[[pre-printed]] APRIL, THURSDAY 2. 1874 [[/pre-printed]] This morning I learnt all my lessons, and mama went to the dentists & got all through, & when she came back (which was not till after I had had my lunch,) she went to Mrs. Youngs with me. This evening she has gone to Epiphany to church, George is going for her when church is out. [[end page]] [[start page]] [[pre-printed]] APRIL, FRIDAY 3. 1874 [[/pre-printed]] [[page blank]]
[[pre-printed]] APRIL, SATURDAY 4. 1874 [[/pre-printed]] This morning after breakfast, Mr. Jenkins of Brooklyn, called & when he went away, mama went with me to Mrs Glesby's where we found Ollie & the boys dressed to go out. I went with them. we were looking for a shop & could not find it for a long time, then we came back and had just been playing a game a few minutes when mama came for me, so I had to go. this P.M., I wrote some to Ollie & wrote my SS lessons, most all. I filed a good many letters too. [[end page]] [[start page]] [[pre-printed]] APRIL, SUNDAY 5. 1874 [[/pre-printed]] [[blank]]
[[preprinted]] APRIL, MONDAY 6. 1874. [[/preprinted]] [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] APRIL, TUESDAY 7. 1874. [[/preprinted]] This morning George Hill was sick in bed so we did not have any fire till after breakfast. This afternoon I finished my letter to Collie.
[[pre-printed]] APRIL, WEDNESDAY 8. 1874. [[/pre-printed]] Georg Hill is a little better to day but I aint [[end page]] [[start page]] [[pre-printed]] APRIL, THURSDAY 9. 1874. [[/pre-printed]] P.M. To day is a miserable day. I am writing a letter to Mrs. Rockwell. Eve. I have finished my letter to Mrs. R_. I did not learn all my lessons to day because I did not feel well. [[Lloy ?]] & Grace were up here this afternoon & we played dentist. George Hill is well enough to be up and round but I aint able to go down to meals. Got a cold.
[[preprinted]] APRIL, FRIDAY 10. 1874. [[/preprinted]] [[blank page]] [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] APRIL, SATURDAY 11. 1874. [[/preprinted]] [[blank page]]
[[pre-printed ]] APRIL, SUNDAY 12. 1874 [[/pre-printed]] Today I am not very well, but Mama is sick. [[end page]] [[start page]] [[image - two figures, each rolling a hoop]] [[pre-printed ]] APRIL, MONDAY 13. ^[[Eve.]] 1874 [[/pre-printed]] This has been a truly lovely day. I will comence at the beginning of my story, and go to the end. This morning as soon as I was dressed, Papa and I sarted out. first we went to the place on New York avenue, to get the cream but they were out of it, so we came right along on our way to 7 street and as we were going along I started to look up, and see on the door at number [[underlined]] 1010. H st, Piedmont Dairy [[/underlined]], the sign of [[underlined]] Milk [[/underlined]] so we went in, and asked if they kept cream, so we ordered some and then went on our way - we got the [[Sweback?]], and came home in time to fix the clothes. This evening Papa and I went up to No. 922, Mass Ave. to see Mr. Brugten. Papa was behind me about a block, for I was holding my book.
[[image - detailed pencil sketch of a person in the rain, a house, line of trees with arrow pointing toward the clouds/sky and a horse-drawn wagon]] [[preprinted]] APRIL, TUESDAY 14. ^[[Evening]] 1874 [[/preprinted]] This morning I did not get at my lessons till about 12 oclock. And this afternoon I wrote some for Papa, and then, I finished my lessons. It rained some to-day and I should not wonder if it would to-night. [[end page]] [[start page]] [[pre-printed]] APRIL, WEDNESDAY 15. 1874. [[/pre-printed]] [[blank page]]
[[pre-printed]] APRIL, THURSDAY 16. 1874. [[/pre-printed]] [[end page]] [[start page]] [[pre-printed]] APRIL, FRIDAY 17. 1874. [[/pre-printed]] This morning Dolly did not come up here, but the Doctor did. [[tiny drawing of maybe a flower head, daisy? Underneath is a lowercase letter A with a long underline to the right of it.]]
A bouqet,[[image - pencil drawing of a ball-shaped flower arrangement]] A Vase, [[image - pencil drawing drawing of a large urn vase with tall plants]] of flow [[preprinted]] APRIL, SATURDAY 18. 1874. [[/preprinted]] Last night I coughed and had a sore throat, so this morning I had to get in a pirspiration. Mama is a great deal better, this morning I am happy to say. I asked Walter a little while ago about my Geography, and he said he would give it to me this morning and I hope he will keep his promise. [[image - pencil drawing of a drop earring]] An Earring [[image - pencil drawing of a hanging bird cage]] A Cage. [[image - pencil drawing of a framed picture of a deer]] A Picture. [[image - pencil drawing of a ring from the side, stone upwards]] A Ring [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] APRIL, SUNDAY 19. 1874. [[/preprinted]] [[blank page]]
[[pre-printed]] APRIL, MONDAY 20. 1874. [[/pre-printed]] This morning I learned all my lessons, and in the afternoon I made a pocket for my green dress, and then I went to see [[Sloy?]], and had a splendid time. [[end page]] [[start page]] [[pre-printed]] APRIL, TUESDAY 21. 1874. [[/pre-printed]] To day is a lovely day, and Mama and I have been out to take a walk.
[[preprinted]] April, Wednesday 22. 1874. [[/preprinted]] [[image- side view of lady facing left and walking with an umbrella holding in left hand like a cane, with a feather in her hat, long hair, long dress with ruffles, dark long sleeved top or coat, and heels.]] A Lady [[image - a ring with stone]] a Ring [[image - a ring, side view.]] A Seal Ring. [[image - A vase, bottom has some stylised figures, vase narrows at top and appears to have some flora resembling human hair flowing from top.]] A Vase. [[image - A wreath with a vase or urn with flowers.]] A Wreath [[image - Framed picture that has border. Appears to be an animal with large antlers.]] A Picture [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] April, Thursday 23. 1874. [[/preprinted]] [[blank page]]
[[preprinted]] APRIL, FRIDAY 24. 1874. [[/preprinted]] [[blank page]] [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] APRIL, SATURDAY 25. 1874. [[/preprinted]] To day [[Sloy ?]] Ward was up here, and we dressed up, and had a splendid time. I sat with Sloy at the table. Walter [[Rasmschal ?]] gave me my Geography but it was not very nice, because he had mussed it, and got it a little dirty. FAM.
[[pre-printed]] APRIL, SUNDAY 26. ^[[ A.M.]] 1874. [[/pre-printed]] I have been to SS, and have read my SS paper. P.M. Yesterday, I forgot to say that Shelly [[Ianslike?]] had the measels and I was exposed to them. Deatails. Shelly had been quite unwell for several days, and was in the parlor, one evening and [[J W L R?]] and I were on his lap, when he had a high fever, and was beginning to break out. [[end page]] [[start page]] [[pre-printed]] APRIL, MONDAY 27. 1874. [[/pre-printed]] To-day I have not acomplished anything really. but learn my lessons.
[[preprinted]] APRIL, ^[[(]] TUESDAY 28. ^[[)]] 1874. [[/preprinted]] To-day I have not done anything but learn my lessons and play. [[end page]] [[start page]] Directions for [[underline]] Pepsin [[/underline]] [[preprinted]] APRIL, ^[[AM.]] WEDNESDAY 29. 1874. [[/preprinted]] I have learned all my lessons and fixed up the room I am happy to say, and [[Addie?]] has only just gone. [[line across page]] G. G. C. Simms. loc NY Ave s Fourteenth St. [[underline]] Pepsin. [[/underline]] 67136. [[line across page]] Eve. I wrote my SS lesson this afternoon, and mama and I drove up to the Capital with Mrs Wheeler and Mrs Barmyer., and had a splendid time.
[[preprinted]] APRIL, THURSDAY 30. 1874. [[/preprinted]] To-day I have been quite unwell. It has been a lovely day, and I was to have my picture taken, if I had been well. Mrs Young was going with me. [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] MAY, FRIDAY 1. 1874. [[/preprinted]] It is a lovely day, and I was to have my picture taken this morning but the sun did not shine brightly ennogh.
[[preprinted]] MAY, SATURDAY 2. 1874. [[/preprinted]] [[image - pencil sketch of a piece of jewellery]] A Pin [[image - pencil sketch of a woman holding an umbrella]] Miss Alice Dr. Ls Carridge [[image - pencil sketch of a wheeled carriage with a name "DR LANE.", and a man in a top hat at the back of the carriage]] To-day I am real sick, and I thought I had the measels, till the Docter came and he said it was just a bilous attack. [[image - pencil drawing of a horse pulling a carriage]] [[image - pencil sketch of a dress]] [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] MAY, SUNDAY 3. 1874. [[/preprinted]] To-day I am a little better but not much. [[image - pencil sketch of building]]
[[preprinted]] MAY, MONDAY 4. 1874. [[/preprinted]] [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] MAY, TUESDAY 5. 1874. [[/preprinted]]
[[preprinted]] MAY, WEDNESDAY 6. 1874. [[/preprinted]] [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] MAY, THURSDAY 7. 1874. [[/preprinted]]
[[preprinted]] MAY, FRIDAY 8. 1874. [[/preprinted]] [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] MAY, SATURDAY 9. 1874. [[/preprinted]]
[[preprinted]] MAY, SUNDAY 10. 1874. [[/preprinted]] [[blank page]] [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] MAY, MONDAY 11. 1874. [[/preprinted]] [[blank page]]
[[preprinted]] MAY, TUESDAY 12. 1874. [[/preprinted]] [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] MAY, WEDNESDAY 13. 1874. [[/preprinted]]
[[preprinted]] MAY, THURSDAY 14. 1874. [[/preprinted]] [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] MAY, FRIDAY 15. 1874. [[/preprinted]]
[[preprinted]] MAY, SATURDAY 16. 1874. [[/preprinted]] [[blank page]] [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] MAY, SUNDAY 17. 1874. [[/preprinted]] [[blank page]]
[[preprinted]] MAY, MONDAY 18. 1874. [[/preprinted]] I have not been well enough to write. before to-day and I am hardly well enough now, fore I have had the measels and have been very sick. [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] MAY, TUESDAY 19. 1874. [[/preprinted]] To day I am a [[underlined]] great deal better [[/underlined]], and I have been sitting up, ever since lunch. My dinner is coming now so I must stop.
[[preprinted]] MAY, WEDNESDAY 20. ^[[A.M.]] 1874. [[/preprinted]] Last evening, after I had eaten my dinner, mama went to see Miss Willard, and I was sitting in my room, when who should walk in, with Papa but General Spinner he staid till about 8 clock, and then Papa went part way home with him. Yesterday and day before I forgot to say that; when I had the measles, we had Mrs Greg's cousin (Martha J Reed.) come and take care of me, but last night she went away. [[image - man with umbrella speaking 'over. I know'. Man is wearing a hat and has a beard. Also a structure on top of which appears to be a doll with a ball on head]] [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] MAY, THURSDAY 21. 1874. [[/preprinted]] This morning dr H- came when Mama was out,. when she came in, she told me she had gone to "[[Sunels?]]" while she was out, and had brought some Ice cream and was going to ask Addie & Julia up to have some, so they came up, and they liked it very much. Miss Nellie Grant was married at 11 oclock to-day. [[image - pencil sketch vertically on page of star, X, H and V shapes]] lollie sails for home to-day. Miss Abbie Hale and her father went away to day. This morning was the first time I have been down stairs to my walk since I have had the measels.
[[preprinted]] MAY, FRIDAY 22. 1874. [[/preprinted]] [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] MAY, SATURDAY 23. 1874. [[/preprinted]]
[[preprinted]] May, Sunday 24. 1874. [[/preprinted]] [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] May, Monday 25. 1874. [[/preprinted]]
[[preprinted]] May, Tuesday 26. 1874. [[/preprinted]] [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] May, Wednesday 27. 1874. [[/preprinted]]
[[preprinted]] May, Thursday 28. 1874. [[/preprinted]] [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] May, Friday 29. 1874. [[/preprinted]]
[[preprinted]] May Saturday 30 1874 [[/preprinted]] [[blank page]] [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted] May Sunday 31 1874 [[/preprinted]] To day we have been expecting lollie all day and have just found out that the Steamer has come in, and Papa has gone down to see of he can get him [[(l l m)?]] off to night.
[[preprinted]] June Monday 1 1874 [[/preprinted]] Last night about 10 oclock I waken up and there was Collin sitting on the bed. He wears a stovepipe. [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] June Tuesday 2 1874 [[/preprinted]] [[blank page]]
[[preprinted]] June, Wednesday 3. 1874. [[/preprinted]] [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] June, Thursday 4. 1874. [[/preprinted]]
[[preprinted]] June, Friday 5. 1874. [[/preprinted]] [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] June, Saturday 6. 1874. [[/preprinted]]
[[preprinted]] June, Sunday 7. 1874. [[/preprinted]] [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] June, Monday 8. 1874. [[/preprinted]]
[[preprinted]] June, Tuesday 9. 1874. [[/preprinted]] [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] June, Wednesday 10. 1874. [[/preprinted]]
[[preprinted]] June, Thursday 11. 1874. [[/preprinted]] [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] June, Friday 12. 1874. [[/preprinted]]
[[preprinted]] June, Saturday 13. 1874. [[/preprinted]] [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] June, Sunday 14. 1874. [[/preprinted]]
[[preprinted]] June, Monday 15. 1874. [[/preprinted]] To day I am to be confirmed. [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] June, Tuesday 16, 1874. [[/preprinted]]
[[preprinted]] June, Wednesday 17. 1874. [[/preprinted]] [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] June, Thursday 18. 1874. [[/preprinted]]
[[preprinted]] June, Friday 19. 1874. [[/preprinted]] [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] June, Saturday 20. 1874. [[/preprinted]]
[[preprinted]] June, Sunday 21. 1874. [[/preprinted]] [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] June, Monday 22. 1874. [[/preprinted]]
[[preprinted]] JUNE, TUESDAY 23. 1874. [[/preprinted]] [[blank]] [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] JUNE, WEDNESDAY 24. 1874. [[/preprinted]] [[blank]]
[[preprinted]] June, Thursday 25. 1874. [[/preprinted]] [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] June, Friday 26. 1874. [[/preprinted]]
[[preprinted]] June, Saturday 27. 1874. [[/preprinted]] [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] June, Sunday 28. 1874. [[/preprinted]]
[[preprinted]] June, Monday 29. 1874. [[/preprinted]] [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] June, Tuesday 30. 1874. [[/preprinted]]
[[preprinted]] July, Wednesday 1. 1874. [[/preprinted]] [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] July, Thursday 2. 1874. [[/preprinted]]
[[preprinted] July, Friday 3 1874 [[/preprinted]] [[blank page]] [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] July, Saturday 4 1874 [[/preprinted]] To-day I have not been any where to-day - or heard [[underline]] one [[/underline]] firecracker, the only celebration we have had, was, this evening Collie put one Slug (which we got to-day) around him, and walked all around.
[[preprinted]] July, Sunday 5. 1874. [[/preprinted]] [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] July, Monday 6. 1874. [[/preprinted]]
[[preprinted]] July, Tuesday 7. 1874. [[/preprinted]] [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] July, Wednesday 8. 1874. [[/preprinted]]
[[preprinted]] July, Thursday 9. 1874 [[/preprinted]] [[blank page]] [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] July, Friday 10. 1874 [[/preprinted]] This AM I went out in the garden to pick Strawberries, and then I hulled them, and this PM I got in a [[underline]] pirspirution. [[/underline]]
[[preprinted]] July, Saturday 11. 1874 [[/preprinted]] This morning my cold was not all gone, so mama thought I had better get in pirspiration before breakfast. It was quite rainy so I [[strikethrough]] could not go out [[/strikethrough]] till most dinner time. and then I played with till dinner. and afterwards I went out again and staid till mama called me in which was about 4 in afternoon. [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] July, Sunday 12. 1874 [[/preprinted]] To-day my cold is not any better, a [[insertion]] ^ nd I [[/insertion]] cough a great deal. The girls read to me this morning, and cousin Julia has just read me a chapter in "The Cottage " "On The Rock." that Mrs. Rines gave me, just before I went away, or rather before I came home.
[[preprinted]] July, Monday 13. 1874 [[/preprinted]] P.M. My cold is not any better to-day, and I cough more than I did yesterday. It is very rainy to-day and as long as I could not go out, I was going to have her spend the afternoon with [[insertion]] ^ me [[/insertion]] but she has gone to school , so she cant come till school is out. I have read most a chapter in "The Cottage on The Rock." and my [[image - pencil drawing of a pair of eyes]] don't fell badly for it atall. [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] July, Tuesday 14. 1874 [[/preprinted]] A.M. My cold is a great deal better yesterday after Jennie came home from school she came here and we had a nice time playying till supper.
[[preprinted]] July, Wednesday 15. 1874 [[/preprinted]] P.M. I am in bed, because last night I was sick and we did not get to sleep till after 11 oclock. Jennie did not go to school to-day, and I have been playing outdoors with her. A month ago to day I was confirmed. [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] July, Thursday 16. 1874 [[preprinted]] P.M. Jennie is here, and I guess we are going to play now I guess.
[[preprinted]] July, Friday 17. 1874. [[/preprinted]] [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] July, Saturday 18. 1874. [[/preprinted]]
[[preprinted]] July, Sunday 19. 1874. [[/preprinted]] [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] July, Monday 20. 1874. [[/preprinted]]
[[preprinted]] July, Tuesday 21. 1874. [[/preprinted]] [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] July, Wednesday 22. 1874. [[/preprinted]]
[[preprinted]] July, Thursday 23. 1874. [[/preprinted]] [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] July, Friday 24. 1874. [[/preprinted]]
[[preprinted]] July, Saturday 25. 1874. [[/preprinted]] [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] July, Sunday 26. 1874. [[/preprinted]] I have got "Hooping - cough".
[[preprinted]] July, Monday 27. 1874. [[/preprinted]] [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] July, Tuesday 28. 1874. [[/preprinted]]
[[preprinted]] July, Wednesday 29. 1874. [[/preprinted]] [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] July, Thursday 30. 1874. [[/preprinted]]
[[[preprinted]] MEMORANDA. [[/preprinted]] July 13th 74. I have not missed brushing my teeth 3. times a day but I've rinse the [[strikethrought]] first [[/strikethrough]] 4 of June. July 17th Yesterday. I missed brushing my teeth. [[once ?]] [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] MEMORANDA. [[/preprinted]] G. G. C. Simms. loc. N.Y. Ave. And 14 St. Pepsin. 67136. [[line]] Missed [[Mussels?]] May 1874. Martha L. Reed. Cousin of Lucinda Grey 1628 M, St. Between 16 and 17. [[line]]
[[preprinted]] Memoranda. [[/preprinted]] [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] Cash Account-January. [[/preprinted]] [[preprinted]] Date. Received. Paid. [[/preprinted]]
[[preprinted]] CASH ACCOUNT--FEBRUARY. [[/preprinted]] [[preprinted column heads]] DATE. | RECEIVED. | PAID. [[/preprinted]] DATE.| [[blank]] | RECEIVED. | PAID. 6. For taking care of my room I got from mama [[$ 6.]]. 25 cents. 23 For finding the key of papas trunk he gave me 1 [[strikethrough]] ($) [[/strikethrough]] dollar. [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] CASH ACCOUNT--FEBRUARY. [[/preprinted]] [[preprinted column heads]] DATE. | RECEIVED. | PAID. [[/preprinted]] [[blank]]
[[preprinted]] CASH ACCOUNT-APRIL. [[/preprinted]] [[preprinted]] DATE. [[/preprinted]] | 27. 5 cents | [[preprinted]] RECEIVED. | PAID . [[/preprinted]] [[blank]] | For getting the clothes ready for the wash. [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] CASH ACCOUNT-MAY. DATE. | RECEIVED. | PAID . [[/preprinted]] [[blank]]
[[preprinted]] Cash Account-June. [[/preprinted]] [[preprinted]] Date. Received. Paid. [[/preprinted]] [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] Cash Account-July. [[/preprinted]] [[preprinted]] Date. Received. Paid. [[/preprinted]]
[[preprinted]] Cash Account-August. [[/preprinted]] [[preprinted]] Date. Received. Paid. [[/preprinted]] [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] Cash Account-September. [[/preprinted]] [[preprinted]] Date. Received. Paid. [[/preprinted]]
[[preprinted]] Cash Account-October. [[/preprinted]] [[preprinted]] Date. Received. Paid. [[/preprinted]] [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] Cash Account-November. [[/preprinted]] [[preprinted]] Date. Received. Paid. [[/preprinted]]
[[preprinted]] Cash Account-December. [[/preprinted]] [[preprinted]] Date. Received. Paid. [[/preprinted]] [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] Cash Account-Summary. [[/preprinted]] [[preprinted]] DATE. | [[blank]] | RECEIVED. | PAID. | January, .... | | | February, ... | | | March, .... | | | April, .... | | | May, ..... | | | June, ..... | | | July, ..... | | | August, .... | | | September, .. | | | October, ... | | | November, ... | | | December, ... | | [[/preprinted]]
[[preprinted]] January-Bills Payable. [[/preprinted]] [[preprinted]] Date. Name. Dolls. Cts. [[/preprinted]] [[preprinted]] February. March. [[/preprinted]] [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] January-Bills Receivable. [[/preprinted]] [[preprinted]] Date. Name. Dolls Cts. [[/preprinted]] [[preprinted]] February. March. [[/preprinted]]
[[preprinted]] April-Bills Payable. [[/preprinted]] [[preprinted]] Date. Name. Dolls. Cts. [[/preprinted]] [[preprinted]] May. June. [[/preprinted]] [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] April-Bills Receivable. [[/preprinted]] [[preprinted]] Date. Name. Dolls. Cts. [[/preprinted]] [[preprinted]] May. June. [[/preprinted]]
[[preprinted]] July-Bills Payable. [[/preprinted]] [[preprinted]] Date. Name. Dolls. Cts. [[/preprinted]] [[preprinted]] August. September. [[/preprinted]] [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] July-Bills Receivable. [[/preprinted]] [[preprinted]] Date. Name. Dolls. Cts. [[/preprinted]] [[preprinted]] August. September. [[/preprinted]]
[[preprinted]] October-Bills Payable. [[/preprinted]] [[preprinted]] Date. Name. Dolls. Cts. [[/preprinted]] [[preprinted]] November. December. [[/preprinted]] [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] October-Bills Receivable. [[/preprinted]] [[preprinted]] Date. Name. Dolls. Cts. [[/preprinted]] [[preprinted]] November. December. [[/preprinted]]
[[preprinted]] Memoranda. [[/preprinted]]
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[[image - paper cut out pencil drawing of woman in profile ]] [[end page]] [[start page]] [[blank page]]
[[blank page]] [[end page]] [[start page]] [[image - cut out pencil drawing of woman in profile]] [[text on image]] [[underlined]] Representations. [[/underlined]] [[/text on image]]
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[[front cover of diary]] [[preprinted]] Diary. [[/preprinted]]
cc [[end page]] [[start page]] [[embossed stamp]] McDonald & Glyne Stationers 67 Nassau St. N.V. [[/embossed stamp]] [[vertically]] Miss Florence A Merriam Dear C "Homewood" [[underlined]] Locust Grove N Y - [[/underlined]] Put not your trust in mem'ry. Herein enter your deeds each day. Fondly with love of Uncle W [[/vertically]]
[[impression from embossed stamp of previous page]] [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] The Standard Diary Trade 1887 Mark. [[image - zodiac with 12 animal symbols encircling 1887; background of flowering plants]] Published for the Trade [[vertical in left margin]] Copyright 1874 by Cambridgeport Diary Company. [[/vertical in left margin]] [[/preprinted]]
[[blank page]] [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] Calender 1887. [[table with 8 columns]] [[column headings]] [[month]] | Sun. | Mon. | Tues. | Wed. | Thurs. | Fri. | Sat. [[/column headings]] JAN. .. | .. | .. | .. | .. | .. | 1 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 9 | 10 | 11 | 12 | 13 | 14 | 15 16 | 17 | 18 | 19 | 20 | 21 | 22 23 | 24 | 25 | 26 | 27 | 28 | 29 30 | 31 | .. | .. | .. | .. | .. FEB. .. | .. | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10 | 11 | 12 13 | 14 | 15 | 16 | 17 | 18 | 19 20 | 21 | 22 | 23 | 24 | 25 | 26 27 | 28 | .. | .. | .. | .. | .. MAR. .. | .. | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10 | 11 | 12 13 | 14 | 15 | 16 | 17 | 18 | 19 20 | 21 | 22 | 23 | 24 | 25 | 26 27 | 28 | 29 | 30 | 31 | .. | .. APRIL. .. | .. | .. | .. | .. | 1 | 2 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 10 | 11 | 12 | 13 | 14 | 15 | 16 17 | 18 | 19 | 20 | 21 | 22 | 23 24 | 25 | 26 | 27 | 28 | 29 | 30 .. | .. | .. | .. | .. | .. | .. MAY. 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 8 | 9 | 10 | 11 | 12 | 13 | 14 15 | 16 | 17 | 18 | 19 | 20 | 21 22 | 23 | 24 | 25 | 26 | 27 | 28 29 | 30 | 31 | .. | .. | .. | .. JUNE. .. | .. | .. | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10 | 11 12 | 13 | 14 | 15 | 16 | 17 | 18 19 | 20 | 21 | 22 | 23 | 24 | 25 26 | 27 | 28 | 29 | 30 | .. | .. [[column headings]] [[month]] | Sun. | Mon. | Tues. | Wed. | Thurs. | Fri. | Sat. [[/column headings]] JULY. .. | .. | .. | .. | .. | 1 | 2 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 10 | 11 | 12 | 13 | 14 | 15 | 16 17 | 18 | 19 | 20 | 21 | 22 | 23 24 | 25 | 26 | 27 | 28 | 29 | 30 31 | .. | .. | .. | .. | .. | .. AUG. .. | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 7 | 8 | 9 | 10 | 11 | 12 | 13 14 | 15 | 16 | 17 | 18 | 19 | 20 21 | 22 | 23 | 24 | 25 | 26 | 27 28 | 29 | 30 | 31 | .. | .. | .. SEPT. .. | .. | .. | .. | 1 | 2 | 3 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10 11 | 12 | 13 | 14 | 15 | 16 | 17 18 | 19 | 20 | 21 | 22 | 23 | 24 25 | 26 | 27 | 28 | 29 | 30 | .. OCT. .. | .. | .. | .. | .. | .. | 1 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 9 | 10 | 11 | 12 | 13 | 14 | 15 16 | 17 | 18 | 19 | 20 | 21 | 22 23 | 24 | 25 | 26 | 27 | 28 | 29 30 | 31 | .. | .. | .. | .. | .. NOV. .. | .. | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10 | 11 | 12 13 | 14 | 15 | 16 | 17 | 18 | 19 20 | 21 | 22 | 23 | 24 | 25 | 26 27 | 28 | 29 | 30 | 31 | .. | .. DEC. .. | .. | .. | .. | 1 | 2 | 3 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10 11 | 12 | 13 | 14 | 15 | 16 | 17 18 | 19 | 20 | 21 | 22 | 23 | 24 25 | 26 | 27 | 28 | 29 | 30 | 31
[[preprinted]] WEIGHTS AND MEASURES. [[line]] MEASURE OF LENGTH. 4.. In. make 1 Hand. | 3 Feet make 1 Yard. 7.92 In. " 1 Link. | 5 1/2 Yds. " 1 Rod or Pole 18 .. In. " 1 Cubit. | 40 Poles " 1 Furlong. 12 .. In. " 1 Foot. | 8 Fur. " 1 Mile. 6 .. Ft. " 1 Fathom. | 69 1-6 Miles make 1 Degree. 6o Geographical Miles make 1 Degree. 176o Yards}_ 528o Feet }- 1 Mile. MEASURE OF SURFACE. 144 Square Inches make 1 Square Foot. 9 Square Feet " 1 Square Yard. 3o 1/4 Square Yards " 1 Rod, Perch or Pole. 40 Square Rods " 1 Square Rood. 4 Square Roods " 1 Square Acre. 10 Square Chains " 1 Square Acre. 64o Square Acres " 1 Square Mile. Gunter's Chain equal to 22 Yards or 100 Links. 272 1/4 Square Feet make 1 Square Rod. 43,560 Square Feet " 1 Acre. MEASURE OF SOLIDITY. 1728 Cubic Inches make 1 Cubic Foot. 27 Cubic Feet " 1 Cubic Yard. AVOIRDUPOIS WEIGHT. 27 1/3 1/2 Grains make 1 Drachm (dr.) or 27 1/3 1/2 Grains. 16 Drachms " 1 Ounce (oz.) or 437 1/2 " 16 Ounces " 1 Pound (lb.) or 7000 " 28 Pounds " 1 Quarter (qr.) 4 Quarters " 1 Hundred-Weight (cwt.) 20 Cwts. " 1 Ton. 7240 Pounds " 1 Ton. TROY WEIGHT. 24 Grains make 1 Pennyweight, or 24 Grains. 20 Pennywts. " 1 Ounce, or 480 " 12 Ounces " 1 Pound, or 5760 " APOTHECARIES' WEIGHT. 20 Grains make 1 Scruple. | 8 Drachms make 1 Ounce. 3 Scruples " 1 Drachm. | 12 Ounces " 1 Pound. DIAMOND WEIGHT. 16 Parts make 1 Grain (4-5ths Grain Troy.) 4 Grains " 1 Carat (3 1-5th Grains Troy) LIQUID MEASURE. 4 Gills make 1 Pint. | 31 1/2 Gallons make 1 Barrel. 2 Pints " 1 Quart. | 54 Gallons " 1 Hhd. 4 Quarts " 1 Gallon. | DRY MEASURE. 8 Quarts make 1 Peck. | 8 Bushels make 1 Quarter. 4 Pecks " 1 Bushel.| 36 Bushels " 1 Chaldron. 1 Bushel equal to 2815 1/2 cubic in. nearly. [[/preprinted]] [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] WEIGHT PER BUSHEL OF GRAIN, ETC. [[line]] The following Table shows the number of pounds per bushel required, by law or custom, in the sale of articles specified, in the several States of the Union. [[table]] [[column headers]] STATES. | Barley. | Buckwheat. | Coal. | Corn, shel'd | Corn Meal. | Onions. | Oats. | Potatoes. | Rye. | Wheat. | Salt. | Turnips. | Beans, wh. | Clover S'd. | Timothy. [[/column headers]] Maine ........| 48 | 48 | .. | 56 | 50 | 52 | 30 | 60 | .. | 60 | .. | 50 | 64 | .. | .. N. Hampshire .| .. | .. | .. | 56 | 50 | . | 30 | 60 | 56 | 60 | .. | .. | 60 | .. | .. Vermont ......| 48 | 48 | .. | .. | .. | .. | 32 | 60 | 56 | 60 | 70 | | 64 | 60 | 42 Massachusetts.| 48 | 48 | . | 56 | 50 | 52 | 32 | 60 | 56 | 60 | .. | .. | .. | .. | .. Connecticut...| .. | 45 | .. | 56 | .. | .. | 28 | 60 | 56 | 56 | .. | .. | .. | .. | .. New York....| 48 | 48 | .. | 58 | .. | .. | 32 | 60 | 56 | 60 | .. | .. | 62 | 60 | 44 New Jersey...| 48 | 50 | .. | 56 | .. | .. | 30 | 60 | 56 | 60 | .. | .. | .. | 64 | .. Pennsylvania..| 47 | 48 | .. | 56 | .. | .. | 30 | 56 | 56 | 60 | 85 | .. | .. | 62 | .. Delaware.....| .. | .. | .. | 56 | .. | .. | .. | .. | .. | 60 | .. | .. | .. | .. | .. Maryland.....| 48 | 48 | .. | 56 | .. | 57 | 32 | 60 | 56 | 60 | 56 | .. | 62 | 64 | 45 Dist. Columbia| 47 | 48 | .. | 56 | 48 | 57 | 32 | 56 | 56 | 60 | 50 | 55 | 62 | 60 | 45 Virginia......| 48 | 48 | .. | 56 | 50 | .. | 32 | 60 | 56 | 60 | .. | 56 | 60 | 64 | 45 West Virginia.| 48 | 52 | 80 | 56 | 48 | .. | 32 | 60 | 56 | 60 | .. | 60 | 60 | 60 | 45 North Carolina| 48 | 50 | .. | 54 | 46 | .. | 30 | .. | 56 | 60 | .. | .. | .. | 64 | .. South Carolina| 48 | 56 | 80 | 56 | 50 | 57 | 33 | 60 | 56 | 60 | 50 | .. | 60 | 60 | .. Georgia.......| 40 | .. | 80 | 56 | 48 | 57 | 35 | 56 | .. | 60 | 56 | .. | .. | 60 | 45 Louisiana.....| 32 | .. | .. | 56 | .. | .. | 32 | .. | 32 | 60 | .. | .. | .. | .. | .. Arkansas .....| 48 | 52 | 80 | 56 | 50 | 57 | 32 | 60 | 56 | 60 | 50 | .. | 60 | 60 | 45 Tennessee ....| 48 | 50 | .. | 56 | 50 | 56 | 32 | 60 | 56 | 60 | .. | .. | 60 | .. | 45 Kentucky.....| 48 | 52 | .. | 56 | 50 | 57 | 33 | 56 | 56 | 60 | 50 | .. | 60 | 60| 45 Ohio .........| 48 | 50 | .. | 56 | .. | .. | 32 | 60 | 56 | 60 | .. | .. | 60 | 60 | 45 Michigan .....| 48 | 48 | 80 | 56 | .. | 54 | 32 | 60 | 56 | 60 | 56 | 58 | 60 | 60 | 45 Indiana.......| 48 | 50 | 70 | 56 | 50 | 48 | 32 | 60 | 56 | 60 | 50 | .. | 60 | 60 | .. Illinois.......| 48 | 52 | .. | 56 | 48 | 57 | 32 | 60 | 56 | 60 | 50 | .. | 60 | 60 | .. Wisconsin ....| 48 | 50 | .. | 56 | .. | .. | 32 | 60 | 56 | 60 | .. | .. | .. | 60 | .. Minnesota ....| 48 | 42 | .. | 56 | .. | .. | 32 | 60 | 56 | 60 | .. | .. | .. | 60 | .. Iowa .........| 48 | 52 | .. | 56 | .. | 57 | 33 | 60 | 56 | 60 | 50 | .. | 60 | 60 | 45 Missouri......| 48 | 52 | .. | 56 | .. | 57 | 32 | 60 | 56 | 60 | 50 | .. | 60 | 60 | 45 Kansas.......| 50 | 50 | .. | 56 | 50 | 57 | 32 | 60 | 56 | 60 | 50 | 55 | 60 | .. | 45 Nebraska.....| 48 | 52 | .. | 56 | 50 | 57 | 34 | 60 | 56 | 60 | 50 | 55 | 60 | 60 | 45 California.....| 50 | 40 | .. | 52 | .. | .. | 32 | .. | 54 | 60 | .. | .. | .. | .. | .. Oregon .......| 46 | 42 | .. | 56 | .. | .. | 36 | 60 | 56 | 60 | .. | .. | .. | 60 | .. [[/table]] [[/preprinted]]
[[Preprinted]] INTEREST TABLE. SIX PER CENT. TIME |$1|$2|$3|$4|$5|$6|$7|$8|$9|$10|$1000 1 DAY |0 |0 |0 |0|0|0|0|0|0|0|2|17 2 " |0|0|0|0|0|0|0|0|0|0|3|33 3 " |0|0|0|0|0|0|0|0|0|1|5|50 4 " |0|0|0|0|0|0|0|1|1|1|7|67 5 " |0|0|0|0|0|1|1|1|1|1|8|83 6 " |0|0|0|0|1|1|1|1|1|1|10|1 00 7 " |0|0|0|0|1|1|1|1|1|1|12|1 17 8 " |0|0|0|1|1|1|1|1|1|1|13|1 33 9 " |0|0|0|1|1|1|1|1|1|2|15|1 50 10 " |0|0|1|1|1|1|1|1|2|2|17|1 67 11 " |0|0|1|1|1|1|1|1|2|2|18|1 83 12 " |0|0|1|1|1|1|1|2|2|2|20|2 00 13 " |0|0|1|1|1|1|2|2|2|2|22|2 17 14 " |0|0|1|1|1|1|2|2|2|2|23|2 33 15 " |0|1|1|1|1|2|2|2|2|3|25|2 50 16 " |0|1|1|1|1|2|2|2|2|3|27|2 67 17 " |0|1|1|1|1|2|2|2|3|3|28|2 83 18 " |0|1|1|1|2|2|2|2|3|3|30|3 00 19 " |0|1|1|1|2|2|2|3|3|3|32|3 17 20 " |0|1|1|1|2|2|2|3|3|3|33|3 33 21 " |0|1|1|1|2|2|2|3|3|4|35|3 50 22 " |0|1|1|1|2|2|3|3|3|4|37|3 67 23 " |0|1|1|2|2|2|3|3|3|4|38|3 83 24 " |0|1|1|2|2|2|3|3|4|4|40|4 00 25 " |0|1|1|2|2|3|3|3|4|4|42|4 17 26 " |0|1|1|2|2|3|3|3|4|4|43|4 33 27 " |0|1|1|2|2|3|3|4|4|5|45|4 50 28 " |0|1|1|2|2|3|3|4|4|5|47|4 67 29 " |0|1|1|2|2|3|3|4|4|5|48|4 83 1 Mon. |1|1|2|2|3|3|4|4|5|5|50|5 00 2 " |1|2|3|4|5|6|7|8|8|10|1 00|10 00 3 " |2|3|5|6|8|9|11|12|14|15|1 50|15 00 4 " |2|4|6|8|10|12|14|16|18|20|2 00|20 00 5 " |3|5|8|10|13|15|18|20|23|25|2 50|25 00 6 " |3|6|9|12|15|18|21|24|27|30|3 00|30 00 7 " |4|7|11|14|18|21|25|28|32|35|3 50|35 00 8 " |4|8|12|16|20|24|28|32|36|40|4 00|40 00 9 " |5|9|14|18|23|27|32|36|41|45|4 50|45 00 10 " |5|10|15|20|25|30|35|40|45|50|5 00|50 00 11 " |6|11|17|22|28|33|39|44|50|55|5 50|55 00 1 YEAR.|6|12|18|24|30|36|42|48|54|60|6 00|60 00 [[line cross page]] SEVEN PER CENT. [[line across page]] TIME. |$1|$2|$3|$4|$5|$6|$7|$8|$9|$10|$100|$1000 [[line under each of the above]] 1 DAY. |0|0|0|0|0|0|0|0|0|0|2|19 8 " |0|0|0|1|1|1|1|1|1|2|16|1 56 15 " |0|1|1|1|1|2|2|2|3|3|29|2 92 22 " |0|1|1|2|2|3|3|3|4|4|43|4 28 30 " |1|1|2|2|3|4|4|5|5|6|58|5 83 2 MON. |1|2|4|5|6|7|8|9|11|12|1 17|11 67 4 " |2|5|7|9|12|14|16|19|21|23|2 33|23 33 6 " |4|7|11|14|18|21|25|28|32|35|3 50|35 00 8 " |5|9|14|19|23|28|33|37|42|47|4 67|46 67 10 " |6|12|18|23|29|35|41|47|53|58|5 83|58 33 1 YEAR.|7|12|21|28|35|42|49|56|63|70|7 00|70 00 [[/preprinted]] [[end page]] [[start page]] RATE OF INCOME ON INVESTMENTS. Par value being $100, bearing interest at [[line]] Price Paid. | 5% | 6% | 7% | %8 | 10% $50|10 00|12 00|14 00|16 00|20 00 55|9 09|10 90|12 72|14 55|18 18 60|8 33|10 00|11 66|13 33|16 66| 65|7 69|9 23|10 76|12 30|15 38 70|7 14|8 57|10 00|11 42|14 28 75|6 66|8 00|9 33|10 66|13 35 80|6 25|7 50|8 75|10 00|12 50 82 1/2|6 06|7 27|8 48|9 69|12 12 85|5 88|7 05|8 23|9 41|11 76 87 1/2|5 71|6 85|8 00|9 14|11 42 90|5 55|6 66|7 77|8 88|11 11 92 1/2|5 40|6 48|7 56|8 64|10 80 95|5 26|6 31|7 36|8 42|10 52 96|5 20|6 25|7 29|8 33|10 41 97|5 15|618|7 21|8 24|10 30 97 1/2|5 12|6 15|7 17|8 20|10 25 98|5 10|6 12|7 14|8 16|10 20 99|5 05|6 06|7 07|8 08|10 10 100|5 00|6 00|7 00|8 00|10 00 101|4 95|5 94|6 93|7 92|9 90 102|4 90|5 88|6 86|7 84|9 80 103|4 85|5 82|6 79|7 76|9 70 104|4 80|5 76|6 73|7 69|9 61 105|4 76|5 71|6 66|7 61|9 52 110|4 54|5 45|6 36|7 27|9 09 115|4 34|5 21|6 08|6 95|8 69 120|4 16|5 00|5 83|6 66|8 33 125|4 00|4 80|5 60|6 40|8 00 130|3 84|4 61|5 38|6 15|7 69 135|3 70|4 44|5 18|5 92|7 40 140|3 57|4 28|5 00|5 71|7 14 145|3 44|4 13|4 82|5 51|6 89 150|3 33|4 00|4 66|5 33|6 66 [[line across page]] TO FIND LENGTH OF DAY OR NIGHT. [[line]] At any time of the year add 12 hours to the time of the sun's setting, and from the sum subtract the time of rising for the length of the day. Subtract the time of setting from 12 hours, and to the remainder add the time of rising next morning for the length of the night. These rules are equally true for apparent time. [[/preprinted]]
[[preprinted]] RATES OF POSTAGE. [[line of separation]] POSTAL CARDS, 1 cent each, go without further charge to all parts of the United States and Canada. Cards for foreign countries (within the Postal Union) 2 cents each. Postal Cards are unmailable with any writing or printing on the address side, except the direction, or with anything pasted upon or attached to them. ALL LETTERS, to all parts of the United States and Canada, 2 cents for each ounce or fraction thereof. LOCAL, OR "DROP" LETTERS, that is, for the city or town where deposited, 2 cents where the carrier system is adopted, and 1 cent where there is no carrier system. FIRST CLASS.- Letters and all other written matter, whether sealed or unsealed and all other matter sealed, nailed, sewed, tied, or fastened in any manner so that it cannot be easily examined, 2 cents for each ounce or fraction thereof. SECOND CLASS.- Only for publishers and news-agents; 1 cent per pound. THIRD CLASS.- Printed matter, in [[italicized]]unsealed wrappers only (all matter inclosed in notched envelopes must pay letter rates), 1 cent for each 2 ounces or fraction thereof, which must be fully prepaid. This includes books, circulars, chromos, engravings, handbills, lithographs, magazines, music, newspapers, pamphlets, proof-sheets and manuscript accompanying the same, reproductions by the electric pen, hektograph, metallograph, papyrograph, and in short, and reproduction upon paper by any process except handwriting and the copying press. Limit of weight 4 lbs., except for a single book, which may weigh more. FOURTH CLASS.- All mailable matter, not included in the three preceding classes, which is so prepared for mailing as to be easily withdrawn from the wrapper and examined, 1 cent per ounce or fraction thereof. Limit of weight, 4 lbs. Full prepayment compulsory. REFORWARDING.- Letters will be forwarded from one post office to another upon the written request of the person addressed, without additional postage charge; but unclaimed packages cannot be returned to the sender until stamps are furnished to pay the return postage. PERMISSIBLE WRITING.- No writing is permitted on third or fourth class matter except as follows; The name and address of sender on the outside or inside of package, preceded by the word "from." On the wrapper may also be written the names and number of articles inclosed. The sender is further allowed to mark a word or passage in a book or paper to which he desires to call special attention. He may also write a simple inscription [[/preprinted]] [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] RATES OF POSTAGE. or dedication upon the cover or blank leaves of a book or pamphlet. There may be attached to articles of merchandise, by tag or label, a mark, number, name, or letter for purpose of identification. Printed circulars may contain the written name of the sender, or of the addressee, and the date. Any other writing on third or fourth class matter will subject the package to letter rates of postage, and render the sender liable to a fine of ten dollars for each offense. Printed matter may be inclosed with fourth class matter, but the whole package is subject to the rate of 1 cent per ounce or fraction thereof. POSTAL NOTES. Upon payment of a fee of 3 cents each, Postal Notes for any amount under Five Dollars may be purchased at any Money-order Office, payable to bearer at any time within three calendar months from the last day of the month during which it was issued; but payable [[italicized]]only[[/italicized]] at such Money-order Office as the purchaser may select or at the office of issue. MONEY ORDERS. For Orders not exceeding in $10 . . . . 8 cents. Exceeding $10 and not exceeding $15 . 10 " " [[Ditto for: Exceeding]] 15 " " " [[Dittos for: and not exceeding]] 30 . 15 " [[Ditto for: cents]] " [[Ditto for: Exceeding]] 30 " " " [[Dittos for: and not exceeding]] 40 . 20 " [[Ditto for: cents]] " [[Ditto for: Exceeding]] 40 " " " [[Dittos for: and not exceeding]] 50 . 25 " [[Ditto for: cents]] " [[Ditto for: Exceeding]] 50 " " " [[Dittos for: and not exceeding]] 60 . 30 " [[Ditto for: cents]] " [[Ditto for: Exceeding]] 60 " " " [[Dittos for: and not exceeding]] 70 . 35 " [[Ditto for: cents]] " [[Ditto for: Exceeding]] 70 " " " [[Dittos for: and not exceeding]] 80 . 40 " [[Ditto for: cents]] " [[Ditto for: Exceeding]] 80 " " " [[Dittos for: and not exceeding]] 100 . 45 " [[Ditto for: cents]] When a larger sum than $100 is required, additional Orders to make it up must be obtained. FOREIGN POSTAGE. The rates for letters are for the half ounce or fraction thereof, and those for newspapers for 2 ounces or fraction there:- To Great Britain and Ireland, France, Spain, all parts of Germany, including Austria, Denmark, Switzerland, Italy, Russia, Norway, Sweden, Turkey (European and Asiatic), Egypt, letters 5 cents, newspapers 1 cent for each 2 ounces or fraction thereof. To Australia, letters via San Francisco (except to New South Wales), 5 cents; via Brindisi, 4 cents. China, letters via San Francisco, 5 cents; via Brindisi, 13 cents; 4 cents for each paper not weighing over 4 ounces. British India, Italian mail, letters 5 cents, newspapers 1 cent for 2 ounces. Japan, letters via San Francisco, 5 cents; newspapers 1 cent for 2 ounces. [[/preprinted]]
STANDARD TIME. In this Almanac the risings and settings of the Sun and Moon are given in local mean time, as heretofore. The Tides are given in STANDARD TIME. To change to STANDARD TIME add or subtract the minutes as given below, according as they are marked plus or minus. Standard Time Divisions as adopted by the Railroads. EASTERN STANDARD---75th Meridian. Canada, between Quebec and Detroit,---U.S. east of Buffalo, N.Y.; Pittsburg, Pa.; Wheeling and Huntington, W. Va.; Bristol, Tenn.; Charlotte, N. C., and Augusta, Ga. CENTRAL STANDARD---90th Meridian. West from "Eastern" limits, as above, to Broadview, Canada; to the Missouri River in Dakota; North Platte and McCook, Nebraska; Wallace and Dodge City, Kansas; Toyah and Sanderson Texas. MOUNTAIN STANDARD---105th Meridian. West from "Central" limits to Heron, Montana; Ogden, Utah; Needles and Yuma, Arizona. PACIFIC STANDARD---120th Meridian. West from "Mountain" limits to coast. -------- Correction for the following Cities. -------- Eastern Standard. 75° [[degree symbol]] Longitude. Bangor, Me. ......... - 25 Minutes. Augusta, Me. ........ - 21 Portland, Me. ....... - 19 Boston, Mass. ....... - 16 Newport, R. I........ - 15 Providence, R. I. ... - 14 Concord, N. H. ...... - 14 New London, Conn. ... - 11 Springfield, Mass. .. - 10 Montpelier, Vt....... - 10 Hartford, Conn. ..... - 9 Montreal, Que. ...... - 6 Albany, N. Y. ....... - 5 New York, N. Y. ..... - 4 Utica, N. Y. ...... + 1 Philadelphia, Pa... + 1 Syracuse, N. Y. ... + 5 Baltimore, Md. .... + 6 Washington, D. C... + 8 Rochester, N. Y. .. + 11 Buffalo, N. Y. .... + 16 Pittsburg, Pa. .... + 20 Central Standard. 90° [[degree symbol]] Longitude. Cleveland, Ohio..... - 33 Minutes. Columbus, Ohio...... - 28 Detroit, Mich....... - 28 Toledo, Ohio........ - 26 Dayton, Ohio........ - 23 Cincinnati, Ohio.... - 22 Louisville, Ky...... - 18 Indianapolis, Ind... - 16 Chicago, Ill........ - 10 Milwaukee, Wis...... - 8 Springfield, Ill.... - 2 Memphis, Tenn....... 0 New Orleans, La..... 0 St. Louis, Mo....... + 1 Rock Island, Ill.... + 3 Dubuque, Iowa....... + 5 Burlington, Iowa.... + 12 St. Paul, Minn. .... + 14 Kansas City, Mo..... + 18 Galveston, Texas.... + 19 Omaha, Neb. ........ + 24 ----- Mountain Standard. 105° [[degree symbol]] Longitude. Denver, Col. ........ 0 Salt Lake City, Utah, + 28 Pacific Standard. 120° [[degree symbol]] Longitude. Sacramento, Cal. .... + 6 San Francisco, Cal... + 10 [[end page]] [[begin page]] POPULATION OF THE UNITED STATES CENSUS OF 1880. Alabama ...... 1,262,505 Arkansas...... 802,525 California.... 864,694 Colorado...... 194,327 Connecticut... 622,700 Delaware...... 146,608 Florida....... 269,493 Georgia....... 1,542,180 Illinois...... 3,077,871 Indiana....... 1,978,301 Iowa.......... 1,624,615 Kansas........ 996,096 Kentucky...... 1,648,690 Louisiana..... 939,946 Maine......... 648,936 Maryland...... 934,943 Massachusetts. 1,783,085 Michigan...... 1,636,937 Minnesota..... 780,773 Mississippi... 1,131,597 Missouri...... 2,168,380 Nebraska...... 452,402 Nevada........ 62,266 New Hampshire. 346,991 New Jersey.... 1,131,116 New York...... 5,082,871 North Carolina 1,399,750 Ohio.......... 3,198,062 [[second column]] Oregon........ [[2?]]74,768 Pennsylvania.. 4,282,891 Rhode Island.. 276,531 South Carolina 995,577 Tennessee..... 1,542,359 Texas......... 1,591,749 Vermont....... 332,286 Virginia...... 1,512,565 West Virginia. 618,457 Wisconsin..... 1,315,497 ----------------- Total States.. 49,371,340 THE TERRITORIES. Alaska................ - ----- Arizona............... 40,440 Dakota................ 135,177 District of Columbia.. 177,624 Idaho................. 32,610 Montana............... 39,159 New Mexico............ 119,565 Utah.................. 143,936 Washington............ 75,116 Wyoming............... 20,789 ------------------ Total Territories..... 784,443 Total U.States........ 50,155,783 POPULATION OF PRINCIPAL CITIES. Cities having a population of 30,000 and upwards, according to the United States Census of 1880. Rank. 21 Albany, N.Y............ 90,758 23 Allegheny. Pa.......... 78,682 49 Atlanta, Ga............ 37,409 7 Baltimore, Md.......... 332,313 5 Boston, Mass........... 362,839 3 Brooklyn, N. Y......... 566,663 13 Buffalo, N. Y.......... 155,134 31 Cambridge, Mass........ 52,669 44 Camden, N.J............ 41,659 36 Charleston, S. C....... 49,984 4 Chicago, Ill........... 503,185 8 Cincinnati, Ohio....... 255,139 11 Cleveland, Ohio........ 160,146 33 Columbus, Ohio......... 51,647 47 Dayton, Ohio........... 38,678 50 Denver, Col............ 35,629 18 Detroit, Mich.......... 116,340 37 Fall River, Mass....... 48,961 58 Grand Rapids, Mich..... 32,016 60 Harrisburg, Pa......... 30,762 43 Hartford, Conn......... 42,015 59 Hoboken, N.J........... 30,999 24 Indianapolis, Ind...... 75,056 17 Jersey City, N.J....... 120,722 30 Kansas City, Mo........ 55,785 46 Lawrence, Mass......... 39,151 16 Louisville, Ky......... 123,758 27 Lowell, Mass........... 59,475 48 Lynn, Mass............. 38,274 56 Manchester, N. H....... 32,630 54 Memphis, Tenn.......... 33,592 19 Milwaukee, Wis......... 115,587 [[second column]] Rank. 38 Minneapolis, Minn...... 46,887 40 Nashville, Tenn........ 43,350 15 Newark, N. J........... 136,508 26 New Haven, Conn........ 62,882 10 New Orleans, La........ 216,090 1 New York, N. Y.........1,206,299 51 Oakland, Cal........... 34,555 63 Omaha, Neb............. 30,518 34 Patterson, N. J........ 51,031 2 Philadelphia, Pa....... 847,170 12 Pittsburg, Pa.......... 156,389 53 Portland, Me........... 33,810 20 Providence, R. I....... 104,857 41 Reading, Pa............ 43,278 25 Richmond, Va........... 63,600 22 Rochester, N. Y........ 89,366 9 San Francisco, Cal..... 233,959 62 Savannah, Ga........... 30,709 39 Scranton, Pa........... 45,850 55 Springfield, Mass...... 33,340 57 St. Joseph, Mo......... 32,431 6 St. Louis, Mo.......... 350,518 45 St. Paul, Minn......... 41,473 32 Syracuse, N. Y......... 51,792 35 Toledo, Ohio........... 50,137 64 Trenton, N. J.......... 29,910 29 Troy, N. Y............. 56,747 52 Utica, N. Y............ 33,914 14 Washington, D. C....... 147,293 61 Wheeling, W. Va........ 30,737 42 Wilmington, Del........ 42,478 28 Worcester, Mass........ 58,291
PRESIDENTS OF THE UNITED STATES. [[a table with 9 columns]] [[column headings]]No. | Names. | Born. | Inaugurated. | Term of Office. | Died. | Native of | Residence when elected. | Political Party. 1 | GEORGE WASHINGTON | Feb. 22, 1732 | April 30, 1789 | 8 years | Dec. 14, 1799 | Virginia. | Federal. 2 | JOHN ADAMS......... | Oct. 30, 1735 | Mar. 4, 1797 | 4 "[[ditto for: years]] | July 4, 1826 | Mass. | Mass. | " [[ditto for: Federal.]] 3 | THOMAS JEFFERSON... | April 2, 1743 | " [[ditto for: Mar.]] 4, 1801 | 8 "[[ditto for years]] | "[[ditto for July]] 4, 1826 | Virginia. | Virginia. | Republican. 4 | JAMES MADISON...... | Mar. 16, 1751 | " [[ditto for Mar.]] 4, 1809 | 8 "[[ditto for years]] | June 28,1837 | " [[ditto for Virginia]] | " [[ditto for Virginia]] | " [[ditto for Republican]] 5 | JAMES MONROE...... | April 28, 1759 | " [[ditto for Mar.]] 4, 1817 | 8 " [[ditto for years]] | July 4, 1831 | " [[ditto for Virginia]] | " [[ditto for Virginia]] | " [[ditto for Republican]] 6 | JOHN QUINCY ADAMS. | July 11, 1767 | " [[ditto for Mar.]] 4, 1825 | 4 " [[ditto for years]] | Feb. 23, 1848 | Mass. | Mass. | Coalition. 7 | ANDREW JACKSON.... | Mar. 15, 1767 | " [[ditto for Mar.]] | 8 " [[ditto for years]] | June 8,1845 | S. Carolina. | Tennessee. | Democrat. 8 | MARTIN VAN BUREN. | Dec. 5, 1782 | " [[ditto for Mar.]] 4, 1837 | 4 " [[ditto for years]] | July 24, 1862 | New York. | New York. | " [[ditto for Democrat]] 9 | WM. H. HARRISON... | Feb. 9, 1773 | " [[ditto for Mar.]] 4, 1841 | 1 month | April 4, 1841 | Virginia. | Ohio. | Whig. 10 | JOHN TYLER....... | Mar. 29, 1790 | April 6, 1841 | 3 yrs. 11 mos | Jan. 17, 1862 | " [[ditto for Virginia.]] | Virginia. | " [[ditto for Whig]] 11 | JAMES K. POLK..... | Nov. 2, 1795 | Mar. 4, 1845 | 4 years | June 15, 1849 | N. Carolina. | Tennessee. | Democrat. 12 | ZACHARY TAYLOR.... | Nov. 24, 1784 | " [[ditto for Mar]] 4, 1849 | 1 year 4 mos. | July, 9 1850 | Virginia. | Louisiana. | Whig. 13 | MILLARD FILLMORE.. | Jan. 7, 1800 | July 9, 1850 | 2 years 8 mos | Mar. 8, 1874 | New York. | New York. | " [[ditto for Whig.]] 14 | FRANKLIN PIERCE.... | Nov. 23, 1804 | Mar. 4, 1853 | 4 years | Oct. 8, 1869 | New Hamp. | New Hamp. | Democrat. 15 | JAMES BUCHANAN.. | April 23, 1791 | " ditto for Mar.]] 4, 1857 | 4 " [[ditto for years]] | June 1, 1868 | Penn. | Penn. | " [[ditto for Democrat.]] 16 | ABRAHAM LINCOLN.. | Feb. 12, 1809 | " [[ditto for Mar.]] 4, 1861 | 4 years, 40 days. | April 15, 1865 | Kentucky. | Illinois. | Republican. 17 | ANDREW JOHNSON... | Dec. 29, 1808 | April 15, 1865 | 3 yrs. 10 1/2 mos. | July 31, 1875 | N. Carolina. | Tennessee. |" [[ditto for Republican.]] 18 | ULYSSES S. GRANT... | April 27, 1822 | Mar. 4, 1869 | 8 years | July 23, 1885 | Ohio. | Illinois. | " [[ditto for Republican.]] 19 | RUTHERF'D B. HAYES | Oct. 4, 1822 | " [[ditto for Mar.]] 5, 1877 | 4 "[[ditto for years]] | ...... | Vermont. | Ohio. | " [[ditto for Republican.]] 20 | JAMES A GARFIELD.. | Nov. 19, 1831 | " [[ditto for Mar.]] 4, 1881 | 6 1/2 months | Sept. 19, 1881 | Ohio. | " [[ditto for Ohio]] | " [[ditto for Republican]] 21 | CHESTER A ARTHUR. | Oct. 5, 1830 | Sept. 20, 1881 | 3 yrs. 5 1/2 mos. | ......... | Vermont. | New York. | " [[ditto for Republican]] 22 | GROVER CLEVELAND.. | Mar. 18, 1837 | Mar. 4, 1885 | .......... | ......... | New Jersey. | New York. | Democrat. [[end page]] [[start page]] VOTE FOR PRESIDENT --- 1884 [[a table with columns as follows: 1 | 2 | 3 | | A | B | C | D | I. | II. | ]] [[column headers]] [[first column]] STATES. | [[second column]] POPULAR VOTE. | [[third column]] ELECTORAL VOTE. | [[column subheadings]] [[within the second column]]| [[A]] Blaine. | [[B]] Cleveland. | [[C]] Butler. | [[D]] St. John. | [[within the third column]] [[I.]] Cleveland | [[II.]] Blaine.| Alabama......| 59591| 93951| 873| 612| 10| .. Arkansas ....| 50895| 72927| 1847| ....| 7| .. California...| 102416| 89288| 2017| 2920| ..| 8 Colorado.....| 36290| 27723| 1958| 761| ..| 3 Connecticut..| 65923| 67199| 1688| 2305| 6| .. Delaware.....| 12951| 16964| 6| 55| 3| .. Florida......| 28031| 31766| ....| 72| 4| .. Georgia......| 48603| 94667| 145| 195| 12| .. Illinois.....| 337474| 312355| 10910| 12074| ..| 22 Indiana......| 238463| 244990| 8293| 3028| 15| .. Iowa.........| 197089| 177316| ....| 1472| ..| 13 Kansas.......| 154406| 90132| 16341| 4495| ..| 9 Kentucky.....| 118122| 152961| 1691| 3139| 13| .. Louisiana....| 46347| 62540| ....| ....| 8| .. Maine........| 72209| 52140| 3953| 2160| ..| 6 Maryland.....| 85699| 96932| 531| 2794| 8| .. Massachusetts| 146724| 122481| 24433| 10026| ..| 14 Michigan.....| 192669| 149835| 42243| 18403| ..| 13 Minnesota....| 111923| 70144| 3583| 4684| ..| 7 Mississippi..| 43509| 76510| ....| ....| 3| .. Missouri.....| 202929| 235988| ....| 2153| 16| .. Nebraska.....| 76912| 54391| ....| 2899| ..| 5 Nevada.......| 7193| 5578| 26| ....| ..| 3 N. Hampshire.| 43249| 39183| 552| 1571| ..| 4 New Jersey...| 123440| 127798| 3496| 6159| 9| .. New York.....| 562005| 563154| 16991| 25016| 36| .. N. Carolina..| 125068| 142954| ....| 454| 11| .. Ohio.........| 400082| 368280| 5179| 11069| ..| 23 Oregon.......| 26860| 24604| 726| 492| ..| 3 Pennsylvania.| 473804| 392785| 16992| 16283| ..| 30 Rhode Island.| 19030| 12391| 422| 928| ..| 4 S. Carolina..| 21766| 69860| ....| ....| 9| .. Tennessee....| 457078| 133258| 957| 1131| 12| .. Texas........| 93141| 225309| 3321| 3534| 13| .. Vermont......| 39514| 17331| 785| 1752| ..| 4 Virginia.....| 139356| 156597| ....| 138| 12| .. W. Virginia..| 63096| 67317| 810| 939| 6| .. Wisconsin....| 161157| 146459| 4598| 7656| ..| 11 ---------- Total........|4851981|4874986|175370|150369|219|182 PRESIDENTIAL VOTES IN PREVIOUS YEARS. [[a table with columns as follows: 1 | 2 | A | B | C | D | E | I. | II. | ]] [[column headings]] [[1]] POPULAR VOTE | [[2]] ELECTORAL [[/column headings]] [[column subheadings]] [[A]] Year. | [[B]] Republican | [[C]] Democrat. | [[D]] Greenb'k | [[E]] Prohib. | [[I.]] Rep. | [[II.]] Dem. [[/column subheadings]] 1880| 4451416| 4444952| 308578| 10305| 214| 155 1876 | 1033950| 4284757| 81737| 9522| 185| 184 *1872|3597071| 2834079| .... | 5608| 286| 42 **1868|3015071| 2739613| .... | .... | 214 | 71 ------- *Democratic vote, exclusive of 29408 for Chas. O'Conner. **Mississippi, Texas and Virginia did not vote.
TIDE TABLE (The following values are derived from late determinations of the United States Coast Survey.) ---- To find the time (Standard Time) of High Water at any of the following places, add or subtract the hours and minutes opposite the name of place in the following Table, to or from the hours and minutes of High Water at NEW YORK for the required day, as found in the Calendar Page. ---- [[table with three columns]] Eastport, Me., (Intercolonial Time) ... | add 3 H. 33 M. | Mean Range. 18.2 Feet. EASTERN STANDARD Bar Harbor, Me....| " [[ditto for add]] 2H. 27M. | 10.4 Portland, Me....| " [[ditto for add]] 2H. 55M. | 9.1 Portsmouth, N. H....| " [[ditto for add]] 3H. 3M. | 8.6 Isles of Shoals, N. H....| " [[ditto for add]] 2H. 57M. | 8.7 Newburyport, Mass......| " [[ditto for add]] 3H.17M. | 7.5 Gloucester, Mass......| " [[ditto for add]] 2H. 44M. | 8.9 Salem, Mass......| " [[ditto for add]] 2H 54M. | 9.2 Nahant, Mass....| " [[ditto for add]] 2H 50M. | 9.4 Plymouth, Mass....| " [[ditto for add]] 2H. 59M. | 10.2 Provincetown, Mass..| " [[ditto for add]] 2H. 59M. | 9.2 Nantucket, Mass...| " [[ditto for add]] 4H. 15M. | 3.0 Vineyard Haven, Mass....| " [[ditto for add]] 3H. 22M. | 1.6 Wood's Hole, North Side, Mass...| sub. 0H. 21M. | 3.7 Wood's Hole, South Side, Mass...| add 0H. 14M. | 3.9 New Bedford Entrance (Dumpling Rock), Mass...| sub. 0H. 20M. | 3.1 Newport, R. I......| " [[ditto for sub.]] 0H. 33M. | 4.7 Point Judith, R. I....| " [[ditto for sub.]] 0H. 45M. | 2.7 Sandy Hook, N. J.....| " [[ditto for sub.]] 0H. 36M. | 2.7 Watch Hill, R. I.....| add 0H. 44M. | 2.7 Stonington, Conn.....| " [[ditto for add]] 0H. 52M. | 2.7 New London, Conn.....| " [[ditto for add]] 1H. 12M. | 2.5 New Haven, Conn....| " [[ditto for add]] 2H. 57M. | 6.0 Bridgeport, Conn......| " [[ditto for add]] 3H. 1M. | 6.5 Montauk Point, L. I.......| " [[ditto for add]] 0H 4M. | 1.9 Throg's Neck, N. Y.....| " [[ditto for add]] 3H. 12M. | 7.3 Cape May Landing, N. J....| " [[ditto for add]] 0H. 16M. | 4.8 Newcastle, Del.......| " [[ditto for add]] 3H. 52M. | 6.5 Philadelphia, Penn.....| " [[ditto for add]] 5H. 42M. | 6.0 Annapolis, Md......| sub. 3H. 19M. | 0.9 Baltimore, Md......| " [[ditto for sub.]] 1H. 24M. | 1.3 Richmond, Va.....| " [[ditto for sub.]] 3H. 25M. | 3.6 Hatteras Inlet, N. C....| " [[ditto for sub.]] 0H. 56M. | 2.0 Beaufort, N. C....| " [[ditto for sub.]] 0H. 35M. | 2.8 Charleston (C. H. Wharf), S. C....| " [[ditto for sub.]] 0H. 19M. | 5.1 CENTRAL STANDARD Fort Pulaski (Savannah Ent.), Ga...| " [[ditto for sub.]] 1H. 22M. | 6.9 Savannah (Dry Dock Wharf), Ga...| " [[ditto for sub.]] 0H. 25M. | 6.5 St. Augustine, Fla...| " [[ditto for sub.]] 0H. 17M. | 4.1 Key West, Fla...| add 1H 4M. | 1.2 Tampa Bay (Egmont Key), Fla...| " [[ditto for add]] 2H. 49M. | 1.2 Cedar Keys (Depot Key), Fla..| " [[ditto for add]] 4H. 52M. | 1.9 [[end page]] [[start page]] INTEREST LAWS OF ALL THE STATES. [[a table with 4 columns]] STATES & TERRITORIES | PENALTY OF USURY. | Legal. | Special. Alabama, | Loss of interest. | 8 Arizona, | No penalty. | 10 Arkansas, | " [[ditto for: No penalty.]] | 6 California, | " [[ditto for: No penalty.]] | 10 Colorado, | " [[ditto for: No penalty.]] | 10 Connecticut, | Forfeiture of all interest. | 7 Dakota, | " " [[ditto for: Forfeiture of]] contract. | 7 Delaware, | " " " [[ditto for: Forfeiture of contract.]] | 6 District of Col. | " " [[ditto for: Forfeiture of]] all interest. | 6 Florida, | No penalty. | 8 Georgia, | Forfeiture of excess. | 7 Idaho, | $300 fine or imp't 6 mos. or both.* | 10 Illinois, | Forfeiture of all interest. | 6 Indiana, | " " [[ditto for: Forfeiture of]] interest and costs. | 6 Iowa, | " " [[ditto for: Forfeiture of]] excess. | 6 Kansas, | " " [[ditto for: Forfeiture of]] " [[ditto for: excess]] over 12 per ct. | 7 Kentucky, | " " [[ditto for: Forfeiture of]] all interest. | 6 Louisiana, | " " [[ditto for: Forfeiture of]] interest. | 5 Maine, | No penalty. | 6 Maryland, | Forfeiture of excess. | 6 Massachusetts, | No penalty -6 per ct. on judg'ts. | 6 Michigan, | Forfeiture of excess. | 6 Minnesota, | " " " [[ditto for: Forfeiture of excess]] over 7 per ct. | 7 Mississippi, | Forfeiture of all interest. | 6 Missouri, | Forfeiture of all interest. | 6 Montana, | No penalty. | 10 Nebraska, | Forfeiture of all interest & costs. | 10 Nevada, | No penalty. | 10 N. Hampshire, | Forfeit of three times int. rec'd. | 6 New Jersey, | Forfeit of all interest. | 7 New Mexico, | No penalty. | 6 New York, | Forfeiture of contract.** | 6 North Carolina, | Forfeiture of interest. | 6 Ohio, | " " [[ditto for: Forfeiture of]] excess. | 6 Oregon, | " " [[ditto for: Forfeiture of]] prin., int. & costs. | 10 Pennsylvania, | " " [[ditto for: Forfeiture of]] excess, Act of 1858. | 6 Rhode Island, | " " [[ditto for: Forfeiture of]] unless by contract.*** | 6 South Carolina, | No penalty. | 10 Tennessee, | Forfeit of over 6 p. c. & $100 fine. | 6 Texas, | No penalty. | 8 Utah, | " " [[ditto for: No penalty.]] | 10 Vermont, | Forfeit of excess on R. R. bonds. | 6 Virginia, | " " [[ditto for: Forfeit of]] contract. | 6 Washington, | No penalty. | 10 West Virginia, | Forfeit of excess. | 6 Wisconsin, | " " [[ditto for: Forfeit of]] all interest. | 7 Wyoming, | No penalty. | 10 --------- *Liable to arrest for misdemeanor. ** Also punishable as a misdemeanor. Banks forfeit interest only, or double the interest if charged in advance. *** Also 6 per cent. on judgments.
[[preprinted]] VALUES IN UNITED STATES MONEY OF THE PURE GOLD OR SILVER REPRESENTING RESPECTIVELY THE MONETARY UNITS AND STANDARD COINS OF FOREIGN COUNTRIES. [[line]] The first section of the Act of March 3, 1873 provides "that the value of Foreign Coin, as expressed in the money of account of the United States, shall be that of the pure metal of such coin of standard value," and that "the values of the standard coins in circulation of the various nations of the world shall be estimated annually by the Director of the Mint, and be proclaimed on the first day of January by the Secretary of the Treasury." The estimates of values contained in the following table are those made by the Director of the Mint, January 1st, 1885, in compliance with the above stated provisions of law. [[table with four columns]] COUNTRY. | MONETARY UNIT. | STANDARD. | VALUE. [[line]] | | |D.C.M. Argentine Repub.| Peso... | Gold & silv.| 0 96 5 Austria...|Florin...|Silver...|0 37 1 Austria...|Florin...|Gold.....|0 48 4 Belgium...|Franc....|Gold & silv.|0 19 3 Bolivia...|Boliviano...|Silver...|0 75 1 Brazil...| Milreis of 1000 reis. | Gold...|0 54 6 British America..|Dollar...|Gold...|1 0 0 Central America..|Dollar...|Silver 0 93 5 Chili...|Peso...|Gold & silv.| 0 91 2 Cuba...|Peso...|Gold & silv. | 0 93 2 Denmark...|Crown...|Gold...|0 26 8 Ecuador...|Peso...|Gold & silv.| 0 75 1 Egypt...|Piaster...|Gold...|0 4 9 France...|Franc...|Gold & silv.| 0 19 3 Great Britain...|Pound sterling...|Gold...|4 86 6-1/2 Greece...|Drachma...|Gold & silv.|0 19 3 German Empire...|Mark...|Gold...|0 23 8 Hayti...|Gourde...|Gold & silv.| 0 96 5 India...|Rupee of 16 annas....|Silver...|0 35 7 Italy...|Lira...|Gold & silv.| 0 19 3 Japan...|Yen...|Gold & silv.| 0 81 0 Liberia...|Dollar...|Gold...| 1 0 0 Mexico...|Dollar...|Silver...|0 81 6 Netherlands...|Florin...|Gold & silv.| 0 40 2 Norway...|Crown...|Gold...|0 26 8 Paraguay...|Peso...|Gold...| 0 92 5 Peru...|Sol...|Silver...|0 75 1 Porto Rico...|Peso...|Gold...|0 92 5 Portugal...|Milreis of 1000 reis...|Gold...|1 8 0 Russia...|Roubl. of 100 cop'ks|Silver...|0 60 1 Sandwich Islands|Dollar...|Gold...|1 0 0 Spain...|Pseta of 100 centim.|Gold & silv.|0 19 3 Tripoli...|Piaster...|Gold...|0 4 4 U.S. of Columbia|Peso...|Silver...|0 75 1 Uruguay...|Patacon...|Gold...|0 94 8 Venezuela...|Bolivar...|Gold & silv.|0 19 3 [[/preprinted]] [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] BUSINESS LAW IN DAILY USE. [[line]] The following compilation of business law contains the essence of a large amount of legal verbiage: If a note is lost or stolen, it does not release the maker; he must pay it, if the consideration for which it was given and the amount can be proven. Notes bear interest only when so stated. Principals are responsible for the acts of their agents. Each individual in a partnership is responsible for the whole amount of the debts of the firm, except in cases of special partnership. Ignorance of the law excuses no one. [[strikethrough]] [[?]] [[/strikethrough]] ^[[checkmark]] The law compels no one to do impossibilities. ^[[checkmark]] An agreement without consideration is void. A note made on Sunday is void. Contracts made on Sunday cannot be enforced. A note by a minor is void. A contract made with a minor is void. A contract made with a lunatic is void. A note obtained by fraud, or from a person in a state of intoxication, cannot be collected. It is a fraud to conceal a fraud. Signatures made with a lead pencil are good in law. ^[[checkmark]] A receipt for money is not always conclusive. ^[[checkmark]] The acts of one partner bind all the rest. "Value received," is usually written in a note, and should be, but is not necessary. If not written it is presumed by the law, or may be supplied by proof. The maker of an "accommodation" bill or note (one for which he has received no consideration, having lent his name or credit for the accommodation of the holder) is not bound to the person accommodated, but is bound to all other parties, precisely as if there was a good consideration. No consideration is sufficient in law if it be illegal in its nature. Checks or drafts must be presented for payment without unreasonable delay. Checks or drafts should be presented during business hours, but in this country, except in the case of banks, the time extends through the day and evening. If the drawee of a check or draft has changed his residence, the holder must use due or reasonable diligence to find him. If one who holds a check as payee or otherwise, transfers it to another, he has a right to insist that the check be presented that day, or, at farthest, on the day following. A note indorsed in blank (the name of the indorser only written) is transferable by delivery, the same as if made payable to bearer. If the time of payment of a note is not inserted, it is held payable on demand. [[/preprinted]]
[[preprinted]] SHORT METHOD FOR CALCULATING INTEREST. Multiply the principal by as many hundreds as there are days, and For 4 per cent ... Divide by 90 " [[Ditto for: for]] 5 " " [[Ditto for: per cent]] ... " " [[Ditto for: Divide by]] 72 " [[Ditto for: for]] 6 " " [[Ditto for: per cent]] ... " " [[Ditto for: Divide by]] 60 " [[Ditto for: for]] 7 " " [[Ditto for: per cent]] ... " " [[Ditto for: Divide by]] 52 " [[Ditto for: for]] 8 " " [[Ditto for: per cent]] ... " " [[Ditto for: Divide by]] 45 " [[Ditto for: for]] 9 " " [[Ditto for: per cent]] ... " " [[Ditto for: Divide by]] 40 " [[Ditto for: for]] 10 " " [[Ditto for: per cent]] ... " " [[Ditto for: Divide by]] 36 " [[Ditto for: for]] 12 " " [[Ditto for: per cent]] ... " " [[Ditto for: Divide by]] 30 EXAMPLE - INTEREST on $50 for 30 days at 4%. 50 x .30 = 15.00, which divided by 90 = 16-2/3 cents - the required result. [[line]] FESTIVALS AND FASTS. Epiphany.....Jan. 6 Septuagesima Sunday.....Feb. 6 Quinquagesima - Shrove Sunday.....Feb. 20 Ash Wednesday.....Feb. 23 First Sunday in Lent.....Feb. 27 St. Patrick.....Mar. 17 Palm Sunday.....April 3 Good Friday.....April 8 Easter Sunday.....April 10 Low Sunday.....April 17 Rogation Sunday.....May 15 Ascension Day - Holy Thursday.....May 19 Pentecost - Whit Sunday.....May 29 Trinity Sunday.....June 5 Corpus Christi.....June 9 St John Baptist.....June 24 Michaelmas Day.....Sept. 29 First Sunday in Advent.....Nov. 27 St. Andrew.....Nov. 30 Christmas Day.....Dec. 25 [[scrolled line]] CHRONOLOGICAL CYCLES. Dominical Letter.....B Epact.....6 Lunar Cycle, or Golden Number.....7 Solar Cycle.....20 Roman Indiction.....15 Julian Period.....6600 [[/preprinted]] [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] [[line]] In the year 1887 there will be four Eclipses; two of the Sun, and two of the Moon. I. A PARTIAL ECLIPSE OF THE MOON, February 8. Visible entire to North America and Pacific Ocean, and more or less to South America, China and Australia. Occurring as follows: - [[line]] [[table with four columns]] [[blank]] | Eastern Standard. | Central Standard. | Mountain Standard. [[blank]] | D. H. M.| D. H. M. | D. H. M.| Moon enters Penumbra|8 3 1 M.|8 2 1 M.|8 1 1 M. Moon enters Shadow..|8 4 14M.|8 3 14 M.|.|8 2 14 M. Middle of Eclipse...|8 5 22 M.|8 4 22 M.|8 3 22 M. Moon leaves Shadow..|8 6 30 M.|8 5 30 M.|8 5 43 M. [[line]] Magnitude of Eclipse = 0.436, (Moon's diameter = 1). II. AN ANNULAR ECLIPSE OF THE SUN, February 22. Invisible. Visible in part to the western coast of South America and the eastern coast of Australia, and wholly to New Zealand and South Pacific Ocean. Being annular along a line drawn from a point south of Tasmania, passing south of New Zealand, and terminating on the western edge of Bolivia. III. A PARTIAL ECLIPSE OF THE MOON, August 3. Invisible. Visible more or less to the world generally, except to North America. IV. A TOTAL ECLIPSE OF THE SUN, August 19. Invisible. Visible to the most of Europe, Asia and the Arctic Ocean. Being total along a line drawn through Berlin and Konigsberg, and running just north of Moscow and Yedo. [[scrolled line]] MORNING AND EVENING STARS. MERCURY will be Evening Star about March 5, July 1, and October 27; and Morning Star about April 17, August 16 and December 6. VENUS will be Evening Star till September 21; and Morning Star the rest of the year. JUPITER will be Morning Star till April 21; then Evening Star till November 8; and Morning Star again the rest of the year. [[/preprinted]]
[[preprinted]] MOON'S PERIGEE AND APOGEE. [[double line]] Eastern Standard. | Central Standard. [[line]] JAN...{PERIGEE..12d. 1h. M..12d. 0h.M. {APOGEE...28d. 2h. M..28d. 1h.M. [[line]] FEB...{PERIGEE.. 9d. 7h. M.. 9d. 6h.M. {APOGEE...24d. 1h. A..24d. 0h.A. [[line]] MAR...{PERIGEE.. 9d. 7h. A.. 9d. 6h.A. {APOGEE...23d. 2h. A..23d. 1h.A. [[line]] APRIL.{PERIGEE.. 7d. 7h. M.. 7d. 6h.M. {APOGEE...19d. 9h. A..19d. 8h.A. [[line]] MAY...{PERIGEE.. 5d. 1h. A.. 5d. 0h.A. {APOGEE...17d. 1h. A..17d. 0h.A. [[line]] JUNE..{PERIGEE.. 2d. 6h. M.. 2d. 5h.M. {APOGEE...14d. 7h. A..14d. 6h.M. {PERIGEE..28d. 2h. M..28d. 1h.M. [[line]] JULY..{APOGEE...12d. 1h. M..12d. 0h.M. {PERIGEE..24d. 1h. M..24d. 0h.M. [[line]] AUG...{APOGEE... 8d. 7h. A.. 8d. 6h.A. {PERIGEE..20d. 7h. A..20d. 6h.A. [[line]] SEPT..{APOGEE... 5d. 10h. M.. 5d. 9h.M. {PERIGEE..18d. 2h. M..18d. 1h.M. [[line]] OCT...{APOGEE... 2d. 5h. A.. 2d. 4h.A. {PERIGEE..16d. 1h. A.. 16d. 0h.A. {APOGEE...29d. 6h. A.. 29d. 5h.A. [[line]] NOV...{PERIGEE..14d. 0h. M..13d. 11h.A. {APOGEE...26d. 4h. M..26d. 3h.M. [[line]] DEC...{PERIGEE..12d. 5h. M..12d. 4h.M. {APOGEE...23d. 10h. A..23d. 9h.A. [[line]] THE SEASONS. Eastern Standard. | Central Standard. Vernal Equinox|Mar. 20, 5h. A.|Mar. 20, 4h. A. Summer Solstice,|June 21, 1h. A.|June 21, 0h. A. Autumnal Equinox,|Sept. 23, 4h. M.|Sept. 23, 3h. M. Winter Solstice, | Dec. 21, 10h. A.|Dec. 21, 9h. A. Mountain Standard. | Pacific Standard. Vernal Equinox|Mar. 20, 3h. A.|Mar. 20, 2h. A. Summer Solstice,|June 21, 11h. M.|June 21, 10h. M. Autumnal Equinox,|Sept. 23, 2h. M.|Sept. 23, 1h. M. Winter Solstice, | Dec. 21, 8h. A.|Dec. 21, 7h. A. [[/preprinted]] [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] [[image]] January 1887 Aquarius [[line]] [[table with three columns]] MOON'S PHASES. (In Standard Time.)|BOSTON. And Eastern Division.|CHICAGO. And Central Division. [[line]] FIRST QUARTER..|2d. 7h. 20m. M.|2d. 6h. 20m. M. FULL MOON..|9d. 5h. 32m. A.|9d. 4h. 3m. A. LAST QUARTER..|16d. 10h. 22m. M.|2d. 16h. 20m. M NEW MOON..|23d. 10h. 1m. A.|23d. 9h. 1m. A. [[line]] [[two side by side tables]] BOSTON & CHICAGO.|D. of M.|Day of W'k.|Local Mean Time.|Sun R.&S.|Moon R.&S.|BOST. TIDE.|Standard Time. 1|SA.|r7 30|11 49|3 46 2|s |s4 39|morn|4 33 3|MO.|r7 30|0 47|5 22 4|TU.|s4 40|1 47|6 15 5|WE.|r7 30|2 47|7 10 6|TH.|s4 43|3 49|8 7 7|FR.|r7 30|4 52|9 2 8|SA.|s4 45|5 55|9 57 9|S|r7 29|rises.|10 51 10|MO.|s4 47|5 58|11 41 11|TU.|r7 28|7 9|0 6 12|WE.|s4 49|8 21|0 55 13|TH.|r7 28|9 33|1 45 14|FR.|r4 51|10 44|2 35 15|SA.|r7 27|11 54|3 25 16|S|s4 53|mor|4 18 17|MO.|r7 26|1 2|5 18 18|TU.|s4 56|2 8|6 20 19|WE.|r7 25|3 12|7 21 20|TH.|s4 58|4 14|8 20 21|FR.|r7 24|5 11|9 16 22|SA.|s5 1|6 3|10 7 23|S|r7 22|sets.|10 54 24|MO.|s5 3|5 49|11 35 25|TU.|r7 21|6 47|..... 26|WE.|s5 6|7 45|0 34 27|TH.|r7 19|8 42|1 13 28|FR.|s5 8|9 39| 1 51 29|SA.|r7 17|10 36|2 29 30|S|s5 12|11 34|3 7 31|MO.|r7 15|morn|3 49 N.YORK & PHILA.|D. of M.|Day of W'k.|Local Mean Time.|Sun R.&S.|Moon R.&S.|N.Y. TIDE.|Standard Time. 1|r7|25|11 49|0 45 2|s4 44|morn|1 32 3|r7 25|0 46|2 20 4|s4 46|1 45|3 13 5|r7 25|2 44|4 7 6|s4 48|3 46|5 4 7|r7 25|4 48|6 0 8|s4 50|5 51|6 55 9|r7 24|rises.|7 45 10|s4 54|6 2|8 37 11|r7 24|7 12|9 29 12|s4 54|8 23|10 17 13|r7 23|9 34|11 4 14|S4 56|10 44|11 57 15|r7 22|11 53|0 23 16|s4 58|morn|1 18 17|r7 21|1 0|2 16 18|s5 I|2 5|3 18 19|r7 20|3 9|4 18 20|s5 3|4 10|5 17 21|r7 19|5 7|6 14 22|s5 6|5 59|7 4 23|r7 18|sets.|7 48 24|s5 8|5 52|8 31 25|r7 17|6 50|9 12 26|s5 10|7 47|9 51 27|r7 15| 8 43|10 28 28|s5 12|9 39|11 4 29|r7 13|10 35|11 44 30|s5 15|11 33|0 5 31|r7 11|morn|0 48 [[/preprinted]]
[[preprinted]] [[image]] February 1887 Pisces. [[three columns]] [[first column]] MOON'S PHASES. (in Standard Time.) First Quarter.. Full Moon ...... Last Quarter... New Moon....... [[/first column]] [[second column]] BOSTON. And Eastern Division. 1d. 3h. 27m. M. 8d. 5h. 14m. M. 14d. 8h. 32m. A. 22d. 4h. 40m. A. [[/second column]] [[third column]] CHICAGO. And Central Division. 1d. 2h. 27m. M. 8d. 4h. 14m. M. 14d. 7h. 32m. A. 22d. 3h. 40m. A. [[/third column]] [[table headings]] BOSTON & CHICAGO.|D. of M.|Day of W'k.|Local Mean Time.|Sun R.&S.|Moon R.&S.|BOST. TIDE.|Standard Time. [[/table headings]] 1|TU. |r7 14|0 33|4 37|| 1|r7 10| 0 31| 1 36 2|WE. |s5 15|1 33|5 32|| 2|s5 19| 1 30| 2 30 3|TH. |r7 12|2 34|6 31|| 3|r7 9| 2 30| 3 29 4|FR. |s5 18|3 35|7 33|| 4|s5 21| 3 31| 4 29 5|SA. |r7 10|4 35|8 36|| 5|r7 7| 4 31| 5 33 6|S |s5 20|5 32|9 35|| 6|s5 24| 5 28| 6 33 7|MO. |r7 8|6 24|10 33|| 7|r7 4| 6 20| 7 29 8|TU. |s5 23|rises.|11 24|| 8|s5 26|rises.| 8 18 9|WE. |r7 6|7 12|.....|| 9|r7 2| 7 14| 9 11 10|TH. |s5 26|8 26|0 36||10|s5 29| 8 27| 9 59 11|FR. |r7 2|9 39|1 26||11|r7 0| 9 39|10 45 12|SA. |s5 28|10 50|2 14||12|s5 31|10 49|11 33 13|S |r7 0|11 59|3 3||13|r6 57|11 57|.... 14|MO. |s5 31|morn |3 56||14|s5 33|morn | 0 54 15|TU. |r6 58|1 5|4 54||15|r6 54| 1 2| 1 51 16|WE. |s5 33|2 8|5 54||16|s5 36| 2 4| 2 52 17|TH. |r6 55|3 7|6 58||17|r6 52| 3 3| 3 55 18|FR. |s5 36|4 0|7 59||18|s5 38| 3 56| 4 56 19|SA. |r6 52|4 48|8 55||19|r6 49| 4 44| 5 52 20|S |s5 38|5 30|9 44||20|s5 41| 5 26| 6 42 21|MO. |r6 49|6 7|10 29||21|r6 46| 6 4| 7 25 22|TU. |s5 41|sets.|11 9||22|s5 43|sets.| 8 4 23|WE. |r6 46|6 34|11 46||23|r6 43| 6 35| 8 42 24|TH. |s5 43|7 32|0 4||24|s5 46| 7 33| 9 21 25|FR. |r6 43|8 29|0 41||25|r6 40| 8 29| 9 57 26|SA. |s5 46|9 26|1 17||26|s5 48| 9 25|10 31 27|S |r6 39|10 24|1 54||27|r6 38|10 22|11 8 28|MO. |s5 48|11 22|2 33||28|s5 50|11 19|11 49 ..|....|.....|.....|.....||..|.....|.....|..... ..|....|.....|.....|.....||..|.....|.....|..... ..|....|.....|.....|.....||..|.....|.....|..... [[/preprinted]] [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] [[image]] March 1887 Aries [[three columns]] [[first column]] MOON'S PHASES (In Standard Time.) FIRST QUARTER .. FULL MOON ...... LAST QUARTER.... NEW MOON........ [[/first column]] [[second column]] BOSTON. And Eastern Division. 2d. 8h. 8m. A. 9d. 3h. 34m. A. 16d. 8h. 42m. M. 24d. 11h. 10m. M. [[/second column]] [[third column]] CHICAGO. And Central Division. 2d. 7h. 8m. A. 9d. 2h. 34m. A. 16d. 7h. 42m. M. 24d. 10h. 10m. M. [[/third column]] [[table headings]] BOSTON & CHICAGO.|D. of M.|Day of W'k.|Local Mean Time.|Sun R.&S.|Moon R.&S.|BOST. TIDE.|Standard Time. [[/table headings]] 1|TU. |r6 36| morn | 3 14|| 1|r6 35| morn | 0 12 2|WE. |s5 51| 0 21| 4 1|| 2|s5 52| 0 18| 1 0 3|TH. |r6 33| 1 21| 4 56|| 3|r6 31| 1 17| 1 54 4|FR. |s5 53| 2 20| 5 58|| 4|s5 54| 2 16| 2 56 5|SA. |r6 30| 3 16| 7 5|| 5|r6 28| 3 12| 4 2 6|S |s5 56| 4 9| 8 12|| 6|s5 57| 4 5| 5 8 7|MO. |r6 27| 4 57| 9 13|| 7|r6 25| 4 53| 6 11 8|TU. |s5 58| 5 41|10 12|| 8|s5 59| 5 38| 7 9 9|WE. |r6 23|rises.|11 3|| 9|r6 22|rises.| 7 57 10|TH. |s6 0| 7 13|11 50||10|s6 1| 7 13| 8 48 11|FR. |r6 19| 8 29| 0 14||11|r6 19| 8 28| 9 36 12|SA. |s6 3| 9 42| 1 2||12|s6 3| 9 40|10 22 13|S |r6 16|10 52| 1 50||13|r6 15|10 49|11 9 14|MO. |s6 5|11 58| 2 40||14|s6 5|11 54|..... 15|TU. |r6 13| morn | 3 31||15|r6 12| morn | 0 30 16|WE. |s6 7| 1 0| 4 28||16|s6 7| 0 56| 1 27 17|TH. |r6 9| 1 56| 5 29||17|r6 9| 1 52| 2 27 18|FR. |s6 10| 2 46| 6 33||18|s6 10| 2 42| 3 30 19|SA. |r6 6| 3 30| 7 32||19|r6 6| 3 26| 4 29 20|S |s6 12| 4 9| 8 27||20|s6 12| 4 6| 5 24 21|MO. |r6 2| 4 43| 9 15||21|r6 2| 4 40| 6 13 22|TU. |s6 14| 5 14|10 0||22|s6 14| 5 12| 6 57 23|WE. |r5 59| 5 42|10 39||23|r5 59| 5 41| 7 35 24|TH. |s6 16| sets.|11 16||24|s6 16|sets. | 8 10 25|FR. |r5 55| 7 20|11 50||25|r5 56| 7 19| 8 47 26|SA. |r6 6| 3 30| 7 32||26|s6 18| 8 16| 9 25 27|S |r5 52| 9 16| 0 45||27|r5 52| 9 14|10 1 28|MO. |s6 21|10 15| 1 23||28|s6 20|10 12|10 39 29|TU. |r5 48|11 14| 2 4||29|r5 49|11 10|11 20 30|WE. |s6 23| morn | 2 46||30|s6 22| morn |..... 31|TH. |r5 45| 0 12| 3 35||31|r5 46| 0 8| 0 33
[[preprinted]] [[image]] April 1887 Taurus [[line]] [[table with three columns]] MOON'S PHASES.(In Standard Time.)| BOSTON. And Eastern Division.| CHICAGO. And Central Division. [[line]] FIRST QUARTER..| 1d. 8h. 53m. M. | 1d. 7h. 53m. M. FULL MOON...... | 8d. 0h. 39m. M.| 7d. 11h. 39m. M. LAST QUARTER...| 14d. 11h. 4m. A. | 14d. 10h. 4m. A. NEW MOON.......| 23d. 3h. 53m. M. | 23d. 2h. 53m. M. FIRST QUARTER..| 30d. 6h. 0m. A. | 30d. 5h. 0m. A. [[line]] [[two side by side tables]] BOSTON & CHICAGO |D. of M. | Day of W'k.| Local Mean Time.|SUN R. &S.| MOON R.&S. |BOST. TIDE.| Standard Time. 1 | FR. | r 5 43 | 1 8 | 4 32 2 | SA. | s 6 26 | 2 1 | 5 35 3 | S | r 5 40 | 2 49 | 6 42 4 | MO. | s 6 29 | 3 3 | 7 50 5 | TU. | r 5 36 | 4 13 | 8 52 6 | WE. | s 6 31 | 4 51 | 9 48 7 | TH. | r 5 33 | 5 28 | 10 42 8 | FR. | s 6 33 | rises | 11 28 9 | SA. | r 5 30 | 8 29 | ..... 10 | S | s 6 36 | 9 40 | 0 39 11 | MO. | r 5 26 | 10 47 | 1 28 12 | TU. | s 6 38 | 11 48 | 2 17 13 | WE. | r 5 23 | morn | 3 8 14 | TH. | s 6 40 | 0 42 | 4 3 15 | FR. | r 5 20 | 1 29 | 5 1 16 | SA. | s 6 42 | 2 9 | 6 1 17 | S | r 5 16 | 2 45 | 6 59 18 | MO. | s 6 44 | 3 17 | 7 52 19 | TU. | r 5 13 | 3 46 | 8 39 20 | WE. | s 6 47 | 4 14 | 9 24 21 | TH. | r 5 10 | 4 41 | 10 5 22 | FR. | s 6 49 | 5 7 | 10 44 23 | SA. | r 5 7 | sets. | 11 20 24 | S | s 6 51 | 8 9 | 11 58 25 | MO. | r 5 4 | 9 10 | 0 17 26 | TU. | s 6 53 | 10 8 | 0 58 27 | WE. | r 5 1 | 11 4 | 1 41 28 | TH. | s 6 56 | 11 58 | 2 28 29 | FR. | r 4 59 | morn | 3 17 30 | SA. | s 6 58 | 0 46 | 4 13 [[line of dots under each column]] N. YORK & PHILA. | D. of M.|Local Mean Time.|SUN R. &S.| MOON R.&S. |N.Y. TIDE.| Standard Time. 1 | r 5 44 | 1 4 | 1 31 2 | s 6 25 | 1 57 | 2 33 3 | r 5 41 | 2 45 | 3 39 4 | s 6 27 | 3 30 | 4 46 5 | r 5 38 | 4 11 | 5 49 6 | s 6 29 | 4 50 | 6 46 7 | r 5 35 | 5 28 | 7 37 8 | s 6 32 | rises. | 8 22 9 | r 5 31 | 8 26 | 9 13 10 | s 6 34 | 9 37 | 10 1 11 | r 5 28 | 10 43 | 10 47 12 | s 6 36 | 11 44 | 11 38 13 | r 5 25 | morn | 0 5 14 | s 6 38 | 0 38 | 1 2 15 | r 5 22 | 1 25 | 2 0 16 | s 6 40 | 2 5 | 2 58 17 | r 5 19 | 2 42 | 3 55 18 | s 6 42 | 3 15 | 4 48 19 | r 5 16 | 3 44 | 5 37 20 | s 6 44 | 4 13 | 6 22 21 | r 5 13 | 4 41 | 7 3 22 | s 6 46 | 5 8 | 7 39 23 | r 5 10 | sets. | 8 15 24 | s 6 48 | 8 6 | 8 55 25 | r 5 7 | 9 6 | 9 35 26 | s 6 50 | 10 4 | 10 16 27 | r 5 4 | 11 0 | 10 58 28 | s 6 52 | 11 54 | 11 48 29 | r 5 2 | morn | 0 15 30 | s 6 54 | 0 42 | 1 12 [[line of dots under each column]] [[/preprinted]] [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] [[image]] May 1887 Gemini [[table with three columns]] MOON'S PHASES.(In Standard Time.)| BOSTON. And Eastern Division.| CHICAGO. And Central Division. [[line]] FULL MOON......| 7d. 9h. 1m. M. | 7d. 8h. 1m. M. LAST QUARTER...| 14d. 3h. 17m. A.| 14d. 2h. 17m. A. NEW MOON.......| 22d. 6h. 5m. A.| 22d. 5h. 5m. A. FIRST QUARTER..| 30d. 0h. 19m. M.| 29d. 11h. 19m.A. [[line]] [[two side by side tables]] BOSTON & CHICAGO |D. of M. | Day of W'k.| Local Mean Time.|SUN R. &S.| MOON R.&S. |BOST. TIDE.| Standard Time. 1 | S | r 4 56 | 1 30 | 5 16 2 | MO. | s 7 0 | 2 10 | 6 21 3 | TU. | r 4 53 | 2 47 | 7 27 4 | WE. | s 7 2 | 3 23 | 8 29 5 | TH. | r 4 50 | 3 58 | 9 25 6 | FR. | s 7 4 | 4 33 | 10 17 7 | SA. | r 4 48 | rises | 11 8 8 | S | s 7 7 | 8 25 | 11 53 9 | MO. | r 4 45 | 9 32 | 0 17 10| TU. | s 7 9 | 10 31 | 1 7 11| WE. | r 4 43 | 11 23 | 1 55 12| TH. | s 7 11 | morn | 2 44 13| FR. | r 4 41 | 0 7 | 3 35 14| SA. | s 7 13 | 0 45 | 4 28 15| S | r 4 39 | 1 19 | 5 22 16| MO. | s 7 15 | 1 49 | 6 16 17| TU. | r 4 37 | 2 17 | 7 8 18| WE. | s 7 17 | 2 44 | 7 57 19| TH. | r 4 35 | 3 11 | 8 43 20| FR. | s 7 19 | 3 39 | 9 27 21| SA. | r 4 33 | 4 8 | 10 11 22| S | s 7 21 | sets. | 10 53 23| MO. | r 4 31 | 8 2 | 11 33 24| TU. | s 7 23 | 9 0 | ..... 25| WE. | r 4 30 | 9 55 | 0 38 26| TH. | s 7 25 |10 46 | 1 24 27| FR. | r 4 29 |11 31 | 2 13 28| SA. | s 7 27 | morn | 3 4 29| S | r 4 27 | 0 12 | 3 58 30| MO. | s 7 28 | 0 50 | 4 59 31| TU. | r 4 26 | 1 24 | 5 59 N. YORK & PHILA. | D. of M.|Local Mean Time.|SUN R. &S.| MOON R.&S. |N.Y. TIDE.| Standard Time. 1 | r 4 59 | 1 27 | 2 14 2 | s 6 57 | 2 7 | 3 19 3 | r 4 57 | 2 45 | 4 23 4 | s 6 59 | 3 22 | 5 26 5 | r 4 54 | 3 58 | 6 23 6 | s 7 1 | 4 34 | 7 14 7 | r 4 52 | rises. | 8 1 8 | s 7 3 | 8 21 | 8 51 9 | r 4 49 | 9 28 | 9 40 10 | s 7 5 | 10 26 | 10 27 11 | r 4 47 | 11 19 | 11 14 12 | s 7 7 | morn | ..... 13 | r 4 45 | 0 3 | 0 33 14 | s 7 9 | 0 42 | 1 26 15 | r 4 43 | 1 16 | 2 20 16 | s 7 11 | 1 47 | 3 13 17 | r 4 41 | 2 16 | 4 4 18 | s 7 13 | 2 44 | 4 53 19 | r 4 40 | 3 12 | 5 40 20 | s 7 14 | 3 40 | 6 25 21 | r 4 38 | 4 10 | 7 8 22 | s 7 16 | sets. | 7 48 23 | r 4 36 | 7 58 | 8 28 24 | s 7 18 | 8 56 | 9 14 25 | r 4 35 | 9 50 | 9 58 26 | s 7 20 | 10 42 | 10 43 27 | r 4 34 | 11 27 | 11 33 28 | s 7 21 | morn | 0 1 29 | r 4 33 | 0 9 | 0 57 30 | s 7 23 | 0 48 | 1 55 31 | r 4 32 | 1 23 | 2 57 [[/preprinted]] [[end page]]
[[preprinted]] [[image]] June 1887 Cancer [[line]] [[table with three columns]] MOON'S PHASES.(In Standard Time.)| BOSTON. And Eastern Division.| CHICAGO. And Central Division. [[line]] FULL MOON......| 5d. 5h. 38m. A. | 5d. 4h. 38m. A. LAST QUARTER.. | 13d. 8h. 38m. M. | 13d. 7h. 35m. M. NEW MOON.......| 21d. 5h. 53m. M. | 21d. 4h. 53m. M. FIRST QUARTER..| 28d. 5h. 1m. M. | 28d. 4h. 1m. M. [[line]] [[two side by side tables]] BOSTON & CHICAGO ---------------- | Local Mean Time. | BOST. TIDE. |D. of M. | Day of W'k.| SUN R.&S.| MOON R.&S.| Standard Time. 1 | WE. | r4 26 | 1 57 | 7 3 2 | TH. | s7 30 | 2 31 | 8 4 3 | FR. | r4 25 | 3 6 | 9 1 4 | SA. | s7 32 | 3 44 | 9 56 5 | S | r4 24 | rises. | 10 47 6 | MO. | s7 33 | 8 15 | 11 35 7 | TU. | r4 23 | 9 12 | .... 8 | WE. | s7 35 | 10 1 | 0 47 9 | TH. | r4 23 | 10 43 | 1 34 10 | FR. | s7 36 | 11 19 | 2 20 11 | SA. | r4 22 | 11 51 | 3 4 12 | S | s7 37 | morn | 3 50 13 | MO. | r4 22 | 0 20 | 4 38 14 | TU. | s7 38 | 0 47 | 5 28 15 | WE. | r4 22 | 1 14 | 6 19 16 | TH. | s7 38 | 1 41 | 7 11 17 | FR. | r4 22 | 2 10 | 8 2 18 | SA. | s7 39 | 2 41 | 8 51 19 | S | r4 23 | 3 16 | 9 38 20 | MO. | s7 40 | 3 57 | 10 26 21 | TU. | r4 23 | sets.| 11 13 22 | WE. | s7 40 | 8 42 | 11 58 23 | TH. | r4 23 | 9 31 | 0 22 24 | FR. | s7 40 | 10 14 | 1 10 25 | SA. | r4 24 | 10 53 | 2 0 26 | S | s7 40 | 11 28 | 2 48 27 | MO. | r4 25 | morn | 3 40 28 | TU. | s7 40 | 0 1 | 4 35 29 | WE. | r4 25 | 0 33 | 5 37 30 | TH. | s7 40 | 1 7 | 6 39 .. |.... | ..... |..... | ..... N.YORK & PHILA. ---------------- | Local Mean Time. | N.Y. TIDE. |D. of M. | SUN R.&S.| MOON R.&S.| Standard Time. 1 | r4 31 | 1 57 | 4 0 2 | s7 25 | 2 32 | 5 0 3 | r4 30 | 3 8 | 5 59 4 | s7 27 | 3 47 | 6 54 5 | r4 29 |rises.| 7 42 6 | s7 28 | 8 11 | 8 31 7 | r4 29 | 9 7 | 9 21 8 | s7 29 | 9 57 | 10 8 9 | r4 28 | 10 39 | 10 51 10 | s7 30 | 11 16 | 11 38 11 | r4 28 | 11 49 | 0 1 12 | s7 31 | morn | 0 49 13 | r4 28 | 0 19 | 1 37 14 | s7 32 | 0 46 | 2 26 15 | r4 28 | 1 14 | 3 17 16 | s7 33 | 1 42 | 4 7 17 | r4 28 | 2 12 | 4 58 18 | s7 33 | 2 44 | 5 48 19 | r4 28 | 3 19 | 6 36 20 | s7 34 | 4 1 | 7 23 21 | r4 29 | sets.| 8 8 22 | s7 34 | 8 38 | 8 55 23 | r4 29 | 9 27 | 9 44 24 | s7 35 | 10 11 | 10 31 25 | r4 30 | 10 51 | 11 19 26 | s7 35 | 11 27 | ..... 27 | r4 30 | morn | 0 39 28 | s7 35 | 0 1 | 1 34 29 | r4 31 | 0 34 | 2 35 30 | s7 35 | 1 9 | 3 36 .. | ..... | ..... | ..... [[end page]] [[start page]] [[image: Lion surrounded by type and leaves]] July 1887 LEO [[preprinted moon phases and tides]] [[3-column chart for Moon's phases]] MOON'S PHASES | BOSTON. | CHICAGO. (In Standard Time.) | And Eastern Division. | And Central Division. ------------------- | --------------------- | --------------------- FULL MOON.......... | 5d. 3h. 34m. M. | 5d. 2h. 34m. M. LAST QUARTER....... | 13d. 1h. 57m. M. | 13d. 0h. 57m. M. NEW MOON........... | 20d. 3h. 50m. A. | 20d. 2h. 50m. A. FIRST QUARTER...... | 27d. 9h. 30m. M. | 27d. 8h. 30m. M. ------------------------------------------------------------------- [[2 charts for tides, side by side]] BOSTON & CHICAGO ---------------- | Local Mean Time. | BOST. TIDE. D.of M.| Day of W'k.| SUN R.&S.| MOON R.&S.| Standard Time. 1 | FR. | r4 26 | 1 43 | 7 41 2 | SA. | s7 40 | 2 22 | 8 41 3 | S | r4 27 | 3 6 | 9 38 4 | MO. | s7 40 | 3 55 | 10 31 5 | TU. | r4 29 |rises.| 11 18 6 | WE. | s7 40 | 8 38 | ..... 7 | TH. | r4 30 | 9 16 | 0 26 8 | FR. | s7 39 | 9 50 | 1 9 9 | SA. | r4 31 | 10 21 | 1 51 10 | S | s7 38 | 10 50 | 2 31 11 | MO. | r4 33 | 11 17 | 3 12 12 | TU. | s7 37 | 11 43 | 3 55 13 | WE. | r4 34 | morn | 4 41 14 | TH. | s7 36 | 0 10 | 5 30 15 | FR. | r4 36 | 0 40 | 6 24 16 | SA. | s7 35 | 1 13 | 7 16 17 | S | r4 37 | 1 50 | 8 14 18 | MO. | s7 34 | 2 33 | 9 10 19 | TU. | r4 39 | 3 25 | 10 4 20 | WE. | s7 32 | sets.| 10 55 21 | TH. | r4 41 | 8 9 | 11 42 22 | FR. | s7 30 | 8 51 | 0 6 23 | SA. | r4 43 | 9 29 | 0 54 24 | S | s7 29 | 10 4 | 1 43 25 | MO. | r4 45 | 10 37 | 2 31 26 | TU. | s7 27 | 11 10 | 3 20 27 | WE. | r4 47 | 11 45 | 4 14 28 | TH. | s7 23 | morn | 5 13 29 | FR. | r4 49 | 0 23 | 6 16 30 | SA. | s7 23 | 1 5 | 7 21 31 | S | r4 51 | 1 50 | 8 23 N.YORK & PHILA. ---------------- | Local Mean Time. | N.Y. TIDE. |D.of M. | SUN R.&S.| MOON R.&S.| Standard Time. 1 | r4 32 | 1 46 | 4 37 2 | s7 35 | 2 25 | 5 39 3 | r4 33 | 3 10 | 6 36 4 | s7 34 | 3 59 | 7 27 5 | r4 34 |rises.| 8 12 6 | s7 34 | 8 34 | 9 1 7 | r4 36 | 9 13 | 9 46 8 | s7 33 | 9 47 | 10 26 9 | r4 37 | 10 19 | 11 5 10 | s7 32 | 10 49 | 11 48 11 | r4 38 | 11 17 | 0 9 12 | s7 32 | 11 44 | 0 54 13 | r4 40 | morn | 1 49 14 | s7 31 | 0 12 | 2 29 15 | r4 41 | 0 42 | 3 21 16 | s7 29 | 1 16 | 4 15 17 | r4 43 | 1 54 | 5 12 18 | s7 28 | 2 37 | 6 8 19 | r4 44 | 3 30 | 7 1 20 | s7 27 |sets. | 7 49 21 | r4 46 | 8 5 | 8 39 22 | s7 25 | 8 48 | 9 29 23 | r4 48 | 9 27 | 10 15 24 | s7 23 | 10 3 | 11 1 25 | r4 49 | 10 7 | 11 52 26 | s7 22 | 11 11 | 0 18 27 | r4 51 | 11 47 | 1 13 28 | s7 20 | morn | 2 11 29 | r4 53 | 0 26 | 3 14 30 | s7 18 | 1 9 | 4 18 31 | r4 55 | 1 54 | 5 20
[[preprinted page with phases of the moon and tides]] [[image: woman with scythe and sheaf of wheat surrounded by leaves and type as follows]] August [[zodiac symbol for Virgo]] 1887 VIRGO. [[table with three columns]] MOON'S PHASES. | BOSTON. | CHICAGO. (In Standard Time.)| And Eastern Division.| And Central Division. -------------------| ---------------------| --------------------- FULL MOON..........| 3d. 3h. 40m. A. | 3d. 2h. 40m. A. LAST QUARTER...... | 11d. 6h. 36m. A. | 11d. 5h. 36m. A. NEW MOON...........| 19d. 0h. 38m. M. | 18d. 11h. 38m. A. FIRST QUARTER......| 25d. 3h. 21m. A. | 25d. 2h. 21m. A. ---------------------------------------------------------------- [[two side by side tables]] BOSTON & CHICAGO ---------------- | Local Mean Time. | BOST. TIDE. | ---------------------| -------------- D.of M. | Day of W'k.| SUN R.&S.| MOON R.&S.| Standard Time. ------- | -----------| ---------| ----------| -------------- 1 | MO. | r4 52 | 2 40 | 9 21 2 | TU. | s7 19 | 3 36 | 10 13 3 | WE. | r4 54 |rises.| 11 0 4 | TH. | s7 16 | 7 50 | 11 41 5 | FR. | r4 56 | 8 22 | 0 1 6 | SA. | s7 14 | 8 51 | 0 41 7 | S | r4 58 | 9 19 | 1 18 8 | MO. | s7 11 | 9 46 | 1 57 9 | TU. | r5 0 | 10 13 | 2 34 10 | WE. | s7 8 | 10 41 | 3 14 11 | TH. | r5 2 | 11 11 | 3 57 12 | FR. | s7 6 | 11 45 | 4 46 13 | SA. | r5 4 | morn | 5 41 14 | S | s7 3 | 0 25 | 6 40 15 | MO. | r5 6 | 1 12 | 7 43 16 | TU. | s7 0 | 2 6 | 8 43 17 | WE. | r5 8 | 3 7 | 9 41 18 | TH. | s6 57 | 4 15 | 10 36 19 | FR. | r5 11 |sets. | 11 25 20 | SA. | s6 54 | 8 2 | ..... 21 | S | r5 13 | 8 37 | 0 35 22 | MO. | s6 51 | 9 11 | 1 23 23 | TU. | r5 15 | 9 46 | 2 11 24 | WE. | s6 48 | 10 23 | 3 0 25 | TH. | r5 17 | 11 3 | 3 52 26 | FR. | s6 44 | 11 47 | 4 52 27 | SA. | r5 19 | morn | 5 57 28 | S | s6 41 | 0 37 | 7 3 29 | MO. | r5 21 | 1 32 | 8 5 30 | TU. | s6 38 | 2 29 | 9 0 31 | WE. | r5 23 | 3 27 | 9 50 [[right table]] N.YORK & PHILA. ---------------- | Local Mean Time. | N.Y. TIDE. | -------------------- | ------------- D.of M. | SUN R.&S.| MOON R.&S.| Standard Time. --------| ---------| ----------| -------------- 1 | r4 56 | 2 45 | 6 19 2 | s7 15 | 3 40 | 7 10 3 | r4 58 |rises.| 7 53 4 | s7 12 | 7 47 | 8 38 5 | r5 0 | 8 20 | 9 19 6 | s7 10 | 8 50 | 9 58 7 | r5 2 | 9 18 | 10 32 8 | s7 8 | 9 46 | 11 10 9 | r5 4 | 10 14 | 11 50 10 | s7 5 | 10 43 | 0 11 11 | r5 5 | 11 14 | 0 56 12 | s7 2 | 11 49 | 1 45 13 | r5 7 | morn | 2 39 14 | s7 0 | 0 29 | 3 38 15 | r5 9 | 1 16 | 4 39 16 | s6 57 | 2 11 | 5 40 17 | r5 11 | 3 11 | 6 39 18 | s6 54 | 4 19 | 7 31 19 | r5 13 |sets. | 8 20 20 | s6 51 | 8 1 | 9 11 21 | r5 15 | 8 37 | 9 57 22 | s6 48 | 9 12 | 10 42 23 | r5 17 | 9 48 | 11 30 24 | s6 45 | 10 26 | ..... 25 | r5 19 | 11 7 | 0 51 26 | s6 42 | 11 51 | 1 51 27 | r5 21 | morn | 2 55 28 | s6 39 | 0 42 | 4 0 29 | r5 23 | 1 36 | 5 1 30 | s6 36 | 2 33 | 5 58 31 | r5 24 | 3 31 | 6 48 [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted page with phases of the moon and tides]] [[image: hand with weight scales surrounded by leaves and type as follows]] September [[zodiac symbol for Libra]] 1887 LIBRA. [[table with three columns]] MOON'S PHASES. | BOSTON. | CHICAGO. (In Standard Time.)| And Eastern Division.| And Central Division. -------------------| ---------------------| --------------------- FULL MOON..........| 2d. 6h. 12m. M. | 2d. 5h. 12m. M. LAST QUARTER...... | 10d. 10h. 3m. M. | 10d. 59h. 3m. M. NEW MOON...........| 17d. 9h. 0m. M. | 17d. 8h. 0m. M. FIRST QUARTER......| 24d. 0h. 4m. M. | 23d. 11h. 4m. A. ---------------------------------------------------------------- [[two side by side tables]] BOSTON & CHICAGO ---------------- | Local Mean Time. | BOST. TIDE. | -------------------- | -------------- D.of M. | Day of W'k. | SUN R.&S.| MOON R.&S.| Standard Time. ------- | ----------- | ---------| ----------| -------------- 1 | TH. | r5 24 | 4 25 | 10 36 2 | FR. | s6 33 |rises.| 11 15 3 | SA. | r5 26 | 7 21 | 11 51 4 | S | s6 29 | 7 48 | 0 9 5 | MO. | r5 28 | 8 14 | 0 46 6 | TU. | s6 26 | 8 41 | 1 22 7 | WE. | r5 30 | 9 10 | 1 59 8 | TH. | s6 23 | 9 43 | 2 39 9 | FR. | r5 33 | 10 21 | 3 21 10 | SA. | s6 19 | 11 4 | 4 9 11 | S | r5 35 |11 52 | 5 5 12 | MO. | s6 16 | morn | 6 9 13 | TU. | r5 37 | 0 48 | 7 14 14 | WE. | s6 12 | 1 51 | 8 19 15 | TH. | r5 39 | 3 1 | 9 19 16 | FR. | s6 9 | 4 14 | 10 15 17 | SA. | r5 41 |sets. | 11 5 18 | S | s6 5 | 7 7 | 11 51 19 | MO. | r5 43 | 7 42 | 0 14 20 | TU. | s6 2 | 8 19 | 1 1 21 | WE. | r5 45 | 8 59 | 1 51 22 | TH. | s5 58 | 9 44 | 2 40 23 | FR. | r5 48 | 10 33 | 3 34 24 | SA. | s5 54 | 11 26 | 4 33 25 | S | r5 50 | morn | 5 37 26 | MO. | s5 51 | 0 22 | 6 40 27 | TU. | r5 52 | 1 20 | 7 41 28 | WE. | s5 47 | 2 19 | 8 35 29 | TH. | r5 54 | 3 18 | 9 22 30 | FR. | s5 44 | 4 16 | 10 5 .. |.... | ..... | .....| ..... [[end table]] [[begin table]] N.YORK & PHILA. ---------------- | Local Mean Time. | N.Y. TIDE. | -------------------- | -------------- D.of M. | SUN R.&S.| MOON R.&S.| Standard Time. ------- | ---------| ----------| -------------- 1 | r5 26 | 4 28 | 7 32 2 | s6 31 |rises.| 8 9 3 | r5 28 | 7 20 | 8 49 4 | s6 28 | 7 48 | 9 26 5 | r5 30 | 8 15 | 10 2 6 | s6 25 | 8 43 | 10 35 7 | r5 32 | 9 13 | 11 13 8 | s6 21 | 9 46 | 11 56 9 | r5 34 | 10 25 | 0 19 10 | s6 18 | 11 8 | 1 8 11 | r5 36 | 11 57 | 2 4 12 | s6 15 | morn | 3 6 13 | r5 38 | 0 52 | 4 10 14 | s6 11 | 1 55 | 5 16 15 | r5 40 | 3 4 | 6 17 16 | s6 8 | 4 16 | 7 11 17 | r5 42 | sets.| 7 59 18 | s6 5 | 7 7 | 8 47 19 | r5 44 | 7 44 | 9 37 20 | s6 1 | 8 22 | 10 21 21 | r5 46 | 9 2 | 11 10 22 | s5 58 | 9 48 | ..... 23 | r5 48 | 10 38 | 0 32 24 | s5 55 | 11 31 | 1 32 25 | r5 50 | morn | 2 35 26 | s5 51 | 0 26 | 3 37 27 | r5 52 | 1 24 | 4 37 28 | s5 48 | 2 22 | 5 32 29 | r5 54 | 3 20 | 6 20 30 | s5 44 | 4 18 | 7 3 .. | ..... |..... | .....
[[preprinted page with phases of the moon and tides]] [[image: scorpion surrounded by leaves and type as follows]] October [[zodiac symbol for Scorpio]] 1887 SCORPIO. [[table with three columns]] MOON'S PHASES. | BOSTON. | CHICAGO. (In Standard Time.)| And Eastern Division.| And Central Division. -------------------| ---------------------| --------------------- FULL MOON......... | 1d. 10h. 47m. A. | 1d. 9h. 47m. A. LAST QUARTER...... | 9d. 11h. 57m. A. | 9d. 10h. 57m. A. NEW MOON...........| 16d. 5h. 35m. A. | 16d. 4h. 35m. A. FIRST QUARTER......| 23d. 0h. 46m. A. | 23d. 11h. 46m. M. FULL MOON..........| 31d. 4h. 31m. A. | 31d. 3h. 31m. A. ---------------------------------------------------------------- [[two side by side tables]] BOSTON & CHICAGO ---------------- | Local Mean Time. | BOST. TIDE. | ---------------------| -------------- D.of M. | Day of W'k.| SUN R.&S.| MOON R.&S.| Standard Time. ------- | -----------| ---------| ----------| -------------- 1 | SA. | r5 56 | 5 14 | 10 45 2 | S | s5 40 |rises.| 11 20 3 | MO. | r5 58 | 6 44 | 11 55 4 | TU. | s5 37 | 7 13 | 0 13 5 | WE. | r6 1 | 7 44 | 0 50 6 | TH. | s5 34 | 8 18 | 1 28 7 | FR. | r6 3 | 8 57 | 2 9 8 | SA. | s5 30 | 9 43 | 2 52 9 | S | r6 5 | 10 36 | 3 42 10 | MO. | s5 27 | 11 35 | 4 38 11 | TU. | r6 7 | morn | 5 41 12 | WE. | s5 24 | 0 39 | 6 48 13 | TH. | r6 10 | 1 48 | 7 53 14 | FR. | s5 20 | 3 1 | 8 53 15 | SA. | r6 12 | 4 17 | 9 50 16 | S | s5 17 | 5 33 | 10 41 17 | MO. | r6 15 |sets. | 11 29 18 | TU. | s5 14 | 6 51 | ..... 19 | WE. | r6 17 | 7 35 | 0 41 20 | TH. | s5 11 | 8 24 | 1 30 21 | FR. | r6 20 | 9 17 | 2 22 22 | SA. | s5 8 | 10 14 | 3 15 23 | S | r6 22 | 11 13 | 4 12 24 | MO. | s5 5 | morn | 5 11 25 | TU. | r6 24 | 0 12 | 6 10 26 | WE. | s5 2 | 1 11 | 6 58 27 | TH. | r6 26 | 2 9 | 7 59 28 | FR. | s4 59 | 3 7 | 8 46 29 | SA. | r6 29 | 4 5 | 9 30 30 | S | s4 57 | 5 3 | 10 11 31 | MO. | r6 32 | 6 1 | 10 49 [[/table]] [[second table]] N. YORK & PHILA> ---------------- | Local Mean Time. | N.Y. TIDE. | ---------------------| -------------- D.of M. | Day of W'k.| SUN R.&S.| MOON R.&S.| Standard Time. ------- | -----------| ---------| ----------| -------------- 1 | r5 56 | 5 15 | 7 40 2 | s5 41 |rises.| 8 14 3 | r5 58 | 6 46 | 8 53 4 | s5 38 | 7 15 | 9 30 5 | r6 0 | 7 47 |10 6 6 | s5 35 | 8 22 |10 43 7 | r6 2 | 9 1 |11 25 8 | s5 31 | 9 48 |..... 9 | r6 4 |10 41 | 0 40 10| s5 27 |11 39 | 1 37 11| r6 6 | morn | 2 39 12| s5 25 | 0 43 | 3 45 13| r6 8 | 1 51 | 4 50 14| s5 22 | 3 3 | 5 51 15| r6 11 | 4 18 | 6 47 16| s5 19 | 5 33 | 7 36 17| r6 13 |sets. | 8 23 18| s5 16 | 6 54 | 9 15 19| r6 15 | 7 39 |10 2 20| s5 13 | 8 28 |10 50 21| r6 17 | 9 22 |11 44 22| s5 10 |10 19 | 0 13 23| r6 19 |11 17 | 1 11 24| s5 7 | morn | 2 9 25| r6 22 | 0 15 | 3 8 26| s5 5 | 1 14 | 4 5 27| r6 24 | 2 11 | 4 55 28| s5 2 | 3 8 | 5 44 29| r6 26 | 4 5 | 6 28 30| s4 59 | 5 2 | 7 8 31| r6 28 | 5 59 | 7 44 [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted page with phases of the moon and tides]] [[image: satyr surrounded by leaves and type as follows]] November [[zodiac symbol for Sagittarius]] 1887 SAGITTARIUS. [[table with three columns]] MOON'S PHASES. | BOSTON. | CHICAGO. (In Standard Time.)| And Eastern Division.| And Central Division. -------------------| ---------------------| --------------------- LAST QUARTER...... | 8d. 0h. 2m. A. | 8d. 11h. 2m. M. NEW MOON...........| 15d. 3h. 8m. M. | 15d. 2h. 8m. M. FIRST QUARTER......| 22d. 5h. 43m. M. | 22d. 4h. 43m. M. FULL MOON..........| 30d. 10h. 20m. M. | 30d. 9h. 20m. M. ---------------------------------------------------------------- [[two side by side tables]] BOSTON & CHICAGO ---------------- | Local Mean Time. | BOST. TIDE. | ---------------------| -------------- D.of M. | Day of W'k.| SUN R.&S.| MOON R.&S.| Standard Time. ------- | -----------| ---------| ----------| -------------- 1 | TU. | r6 33 |rises.| 11 25 2 | WE. | s4 53 | 6 19 |...... 3 | TH. | r6 35 | 6 57 | 0 23 4 | FR. | s4 50 | 7 41 | 1 3 5 | SA. | r6 38 | 8 30 | 1 47 6 | S | s4 48 | 9 26 | 2 33 7 | MO. | r6 41 |10 27 | 3 21 8 | TU. | s4 45 |11 33 | 4 16 9 | WE. | r6 43 | morn | 5 18 10 | TH. | s4 43 | 0 41 | 6 22 11 | FR. | r6 45 | 1 52 | 7 25 12 | SA. | s4 41 | 3 5 | 8 26 13 | S | r6 48 | 4 20 | 9 22 14 | MO. | s4 39 | 5 35 | 10 17 15 | TU. | r6 50 | sets.| 11 7 16 | WE. | s4 38 | 6 9 | 11 56 17 | TH. | r6 53 | 7 2 0 21 18 | FR. | s4 36 | 7 59 | 1 12 19 | SA. | r6 55 | 8 59 | 2 3 20 | S | s4 34 |10 0 | 2 53 21 | MO. | r6 58 |11 1 | 3 44 22 | TU. | s4 33 |morn | 4 37 23 | WE. | r7 0 | 0 1 | 5 32 24 | TH. | s4 32 | 0 59 | 6 25 25 | FR. | r7 3 | 1 57 | 7 16 26 | SA. | s4 31 | 2 55 | 8 5 27 | S | r7 5 | 3 52 | 8 50 28 | MO. | s4 30 | 4 50 | 9 34 29 | TU. | r7 7 | 5 49 | 10 17 30 | WE. | s4 29 |rises.| 10 58 .. |.... |...... |..... |...... [[/table]] [[second table]] N. YORK & PHILA> ---------------- | Local Mean Time. | N.Y. TIDE. | ---------------------| -------------- D.of M. | Day of W'k.| SUN R.&S.| MOON R.&S.| Standard Time. ------- | -----------| ---------| ----------| -------------- 1 | r6 30 |rises.| 8 20 2 | s4 56 | 6 23 | 9 0 3 | r6 32 | 7 1 | 9 41 4 | s4 53 | 7 46 |10 20 5 | r6 35 | 8 35 |11 4 6 | s4 51 | 9 30 |11 53 7 | r6 37 |10 31 | 0 19 8 | s4 49 |11 36 | 1 16 9 | r6 39 |morn | 2 16 10| s4 47 | 0 43 | 3 20 11| r6 42 | 1 53 | 4 22 12| s4 45 | 3 5 | 5 22 13| r6 44 | 4 19 | 6 20 14| s4 43 | 5 33 | 7 13 15| r6 46 |sets. | 8 2 16| s4 42 | 6 13 | 8 52 17| r6 49 | 7 7 9 45 18| s4 40 | 8 4 |10 33 19| r6 51 | 9 3 |11 23 20| s4 39 |10 4 |..... 21| r6 54 |11 4 | 0 43 22| s4 38 |morn | 1 36 23| r6 56 | 0 3 | 2 30 24| s4 37 | 1 0 | 3 23 25| r6 58 | 1 57 | 4 13 26| s4 36 | 2 55 | 5 1 27| r7 0 | 3 51 | 5 47 28| s4 35 | 4 48 | 6 32 29| r7 2 | 5 46 | 7 14 30| s4 34 |rises.| 7 52 ..|...... |..... |..... [[end page]]
[[preprinted]] [[image]] December 1887 Capricornus [[line]] [[table with three columns]] MOON'S PHASES.(In Standard Time.)| BOSTON. And Eastern Division.| CHICAGO. And Central Division. [[line]] LAST QUARTER...| 7d. 10h. 11m. A. | 7d. 9h. 11m. A. NEW MOON ......|14d. 2h. 21m. A. |14d. 1h. 21m. A. FIRST QUARTER..|22d. 2h. 1m. M.|22d. 1h. 1m. M. FULL MOON......|30d. 3h. 14m. M.|30d. 2h. 14m. M. [[line]] [[two side by side tables]] BOSTON & CHICAGO.|D. of M.|Day of W'k.|Local Mean Time.|Sun R.&S.|Moon R.&S.|BOST. TIDE.|Standard Time. N.YORK & PHILA.|D. of M.|Day of W'k.|Local Mean Time.|Sun R.&S.|Moon R.&S.|N.Y. TIDE.|Standard Time. 1|TH.|r7 9| 5 37|11 39|| 1|r7 4| 5 42| 8 35 2|FR.|s4 28| 6 26| 0 0|| 2|s4 33| 6 31| 9 19 3|SA.|r7 11| 7 20| 0 43|| 3|r7 6| 7 25|10 4 4|S |s4 28| 8 19| 2 29|| 4|s4 33| 8 23|10 47 5|Mo.|r7 14| 9 23| 2 16|| 5|r7 8| 9 27|11 36 6|Tu.|s4 28|10 30| 3 5|| 6|s4 33|10 33| 0 2 7|We.|r7 16|11 39| 3 57|| 7|r7 10|11 41| 0 56 8|Th.|s4 28| morn| 4 55|| 8|s4 33| morn| 1 53 9|Fr.|r7 17| 0 49| 5 55|| 9|r7 12| 0 50| 2 53 10|Sa.|s4 28| 2 0| 6 57||10|s4 33| 2 0| 3 5 11|S |r7 19| 3 13| 8 0||11|r7 14| 3 11| 4 5 12|Mo.|s4 28| 4 26| 8 59||12|s4 33| 4 23| 5 5 13|Tu.|r7 21| 5 39| 9 55||13|r7 15| 5 35| 6 5 14|We.|s4 28|sets.|10 48||14|s4 34|sets.| 7 4 15|Th.|r7 22| 5 40|11 39||15|r7 17| 5 45| 8 34 16|Fr.|s4 29| 6 40| 0 3||16|s4 34| 6 45| 9 27 17|Sa.|r7 24| 7 42| 0 53||17|r7 18| 7 46|10 14 18|S |s4 29| 6 40| 0 3||18|s4 35| 8 48|10 59 19|Mo.|r7 25| 9 47| 2 28||19|r7 20| 9 50|11 46 20|Tu.|s4 30|10 47| 3 12||20|s4 36|10 49| 0 10 21|We.|r7 26|11 46| 3 59||21|r7 21|11 47| 0 58 22|Th.|s4 31| morn| 4 46||22|s4 37| morn| 1 45 23|Fr.|r7 27| 0 44| 5 37||23|r7 22| 0 44| 2 35 24|Sa.|s4 32| 1 42| 6 27||24|s4 38| 1 41| 3 25 25|S |r7 28| 2 40| 7 18||25|r7 22| 2 38| 4 15 26|Mo.|s4 34| 3 38| 8 8||26|s4 39| 3 35| 5 5 27|Tu.|r7 29| 4 37| 8 57||27|r7 23| 4 34| 5 54 28|We.|s4 35| 5 36| 9 46||28|s4 40| 5 32| 6 44 29|Th.|r7 29| 6 35|10 34||29|r7 24| 6 30| 7 29 30|Fr.|s4 36|rises|11 18||30|s4 42|rises| 8 12 31|Sa.|r7 30| 6 10|.....||31|r7 24| 6 14| 9 1 [[/preprinted]] [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] Ther. SAT. JAN. 1, 1887 Wea. [[/preprinted]] Clear & cold Entered settlement with John Rogers in Ledger after posting a/c & spent rest of day on Xmas tree for children. Small tree in nursery - Mama, Papa, Aunt Helen, Collins, Flo, Lyneore, "Gussette", Leo & May de Camp. Mr. & Miss de C. Annie Miller & her father. Mr. Eaton, C. M. M. & Charley, Fannie & Fred. John Rogers & family, Rudolf Cress & fam. with our 4 servants enjoyed the pretty sight. Nothing can compare with a xmas tree. [[preprinted line across page]] [[preprinted]] 2 Ther. SUNDAY 2 Wea. [[/preprinted]] Bitterly cold. Flo froze her cheeks by driving to the Falls. Very much interested again in people. Eyes are such tell-tale things. Sad memories of happy days called back by the child joy of a glowing xmas tree; deep hope in a heart beat nd break in spite of its manliness if the hope of the dear one's life were not kept in spite of everything. The devotion of which the human heart is capable, the wonderful force of determined will - the mystery of the living man & woman.
[[preprinted]] Ther. MON. JAN. 3, 1887 Wea. [[/preprinted]] -26° A.M. -29° - 30° in valley Spent day starting mother's new Ledger - transferring her a/ct to a book of her own. C.C. [[M?]] gave me much valuable help on double entry etc. etc. [[preprinted]] Ther. TUESDAY 4 Wea. [[/preprinted]] Worked a little more on a/c of father & mother - can't do anything more with it except in verifying work done until father takes it up. [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] Ther. WED. JAN. 5, 1887 Wea. [[/preprinted]] Verified a/c. Wrote Mrs. Edwards, Buffalo, this week about paymts & sent our list to be supplemented by her. Little Carolyn is angelic & demoniacal. An angel of winning affection and intelligence one moment, and an imp of fine passion the next - her temper [[underlined]] must [[/underlined]] be conquered now or it will pervert her. She is a wonderfully loyal true hearted child. Control is what she needs. [[preprinted]] Ther. THURSDAY 6 Wea. [[/preprinted]] Flo home again and tired out. All family down sick with colds, result of [[rain?]] - 30°
[[preprinted]] Ther. FRI. JAN. 7, 1887 Wea. [[/preprinted]] Copied map for correction of Buffalo Ferry St taxes & sent Mr. Mann Filed old papers. Stopped to see Aunt Helen at mail time & old her of my N. Y. project. La Quay has not come to settle yet. Collins & Flo went to Falls & took Lyman to stay until Sunday P.M. Collins home at night. Much interested in bits of history gleaned from old business letters. The hardness of circumstances that wreck poor human lives [[id?]] teach divine charity. [[preprinted]] Ther. SATURDAY 8 Wea. [[/preprinted]] - 16° 7 A.M. - 1° Farh. 9 P.M. Clear & cold Filing Grand Rapids and Council Grove papers to-day - finished. Mr Mann of Buffalo writes about Ferry St. taxes and title. Little cannot be cleared until $50 is paid on tax bought originally by Turner. Mrs. Edwards acc't not sent, but my copy of paym'ts retd to me. My Savings Bank credit sent me in ck to-night - $528.13 $240 of wh. goes to Cheese Facty Stock - money advanced in Nov. by father [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] Ther. SUN. Jan. 9 Wea. [[/preprinted]] P.M. Stormy & cold Went down to Uncle Charleys & fd him wi an organ. We played & sang together & I left him wi a look in his eyes f / new life & hope + w coming 2 him t made me wiser & sadder. / trajidy & / lives we [[underlined]] over [[/underlined]]-look might well make / angels weep. He is deeply moved by music & it will b a power 2 him now & influence his childrens lives. / sadness & / human lot! [[preprinted]] Ther. MONDAY 10 Wea. [[/preprinted]] / storm o yesterday over. Went down to Aunt Helens in the evening and had a cosy visit. She is lonely but will not be sad. Her life is a lesson to the demanding world. "Self dependence" is the key to her calm peaceful old age. Matthew Arnold touched the soul of that spirit.
[[preprinted]] Ther. TUES. JAN. 11, 1887 Wea. [[/preprinted]] Worked on old papers all day. Papa went to Syracuse on law suit (Williams). [[Mother?]] dressmaking for me & I trying to finish papers before leaving. Flo & Mr de C went to Boonville. [[preprinted line across page]] [[preprinted]] Ther. WEDNESDAY 12 Wea.[[/preprinted]] Papers again all day. Papa in Albany talking Warren Miller for senator. The class letter rejoiced my heart. Vive la '86! [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] Ther. THURS. JAN. 13, 1887 Wea.[[/preprinted]] Finished all that can be done till Papa returns - dead tired with work at night- growing stupid with the monotony - won't be able to write unless I get rested before I start. [[preprinted line across page]] [[preprinted]] Ther. FRIDAY 14 Wea. [[/preprinted]] Letter from [[Mama?]] to-day reporting a third parcel of land found by Slade that must be bought to clear Ferry St. title. $25 more. Got my a/c straight and ready for N.Y. to-day and odd work done. Beautiful letter fr Jeannette Perry. Stormed so hard her children didn't go to school except Lyman & mail on snow [[show?]] for Post Leyden.
[[preprinted]] Ther. SAT. JAN. 15, 1887 Wea. [[/preprinted]] [[preprinted]] Ther. SUNDAY 16 Wea. [[/preprinted]] [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] Ther. MON. JAN. 17, 1887 Wea. [[/preprinted]] [[preprinted]] Ther. TUESDAY 18 Wea. [[/preprinted]]
[[preprinted]] Ther. WED. JAN 19, 1887 Wea [[/preprinted]] Afraid I wd x b able 2 get 2 Post. at all, b in spite o storm John took me 2 Mrs Mittlesey's where I spent 1 night. She is a wonderffully interesting, stimulating woman full o ambition, Female spirit & life & md 2 / most phlymatic o commonplace Ques. Mrs. Lyon-personification o old school parental [[underlined]] word law [[/underlined]] authority. Fr. Cousin cynical old maid with false front. [[preprinted]] Ther. THURSDAY 20 Wea.[[/preprinted]] Took train at Falls & went down to New York. Nine plots in mind - elaborated several outlines on way down. Met Papa at Albany wi defeated politicians Miller & Morton seen ([[Hislock?]] elected) li flock o dejected crows. Diff phases o disappointmt, interesting study. Uncle Wallace & Harry met us. Spent eving in Alice's room - first introd to their life] - Conway,. Putzel, & Rice [[(ie?]] First taste o [[cat-in-strange?]] [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] Ther. Fri. Jan. 21, 1887 Wea. [[/preprinted]] [[garrelness?]]. Country girl's first appearance. A gent. on either side-not a word 2 say 2 dissipate / in lot [[underlined]] uninteresting [[verdant?]] specimen [[/underlined]]. Anxious father opposite - / inking o possible matrimonial dangers after he has left the field. Kindly uncle, less [[fearful?]], [[?]] at / situation. Finally country girl flies from the enemy - routed, [[preprinted]] Ther. Saturday 22 Wea [[/preprinted]] & takes refuge between uncle and father. New phase o life - 1/2 literary 1/2 small-talk. New strange [[?]] - [[please?]] - what [[underlined]] is [[/underlined]] there to say? Silence tomblike! Broken by Mr. [[Rice?]] who play [[divinely?]] on bass viol. Satd. went to dinner given "Putz" for birthday. Harry Mr. Smith Alice. Farquhar Cous Putz F.A.M Rice Dr Putz Mrs. Smith
[[preprinted]] Ther. SUN. JAN. 23, 1887 Wea. [[/preprinted]] It was 1st introd 2 Bohemianism. I w prepared 2 b shocked. I enjoyed it immensely. We had one of [[Singhortmer's?]] best dinners - he excels Delmonico. & Mrs. Smith & Alice sang half / time - piano in doorway. Mrs. S sings divinely. All / party [[sobered?]] fr fun & rollicking merriment by music. 1/2 lit. 1/2 musical party b most o [[enj?]] jolly good time - boy's [[loss o freemans suit?]]. Mr. Rice won my [[preprinted]] Ther. MONDAY 24 Wea. [[/preprinted]] heart by agreeing that Patti has no soul in her music. He is a true musician in spirit, He's a lawyer in bus. I sat stupidly silent /o I enjoyed it all hugely. Had the pleasure o refusing wine all through / dinner. Gave it up entirely last yr because 1st influence 2d " [[Ditto for: influence]] 3d " [[Ditto for: influence]] 4th - goes to my head. [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] Ther. TUES. JAN. 25, 1887 Wea. [[/preprinted]] Miss Ella came up from Lakewood & came to stay with me till Saturday. [[preprinted]] Ther. WEDNESDAY 26 Wea. [[/preprinted]] Alice had a delightful evening, - Miss Ella & I spent it with her. Dr. & Mrs. Cowan - Mr C is in the [[underline]] revising? bureau [[/underline]] where all sorts of [[underline]] MSS [[/underline]] are [[underline]] re-written [[/underline]]; Mr. [[Paris?]], one of the St. Nick editors; Mr. an amateur musician. [[etc?]] were there. Mr. Cowan advised me to practice [[underline]] versifying [[/underline]]. He says the drill it gives -
[[preprinted]] Ther. THURS. JAN. 27, 1887 Wea. [[/preprinted]] being obliged, as you are, to compress yr vols into certain prescribed limits - is most excellent preparation for [[underlined]] prose [[/underlined]] work Common sense & hard work are the 2 great essentials, he says. Success depends gtly on consultation on the demand of the market. Author's Club night, so [[preprinted]] Ther. FRIDAY 28 Wea. [[/preprinted]] Harry was away, & Alice, Miss Ella & I had a cozy evning to ourselves. I was busy copying Ms. Ulich They served. Mr. & Mrs. Harland & Mr. Brooks came in later. Mrs H is charming. Satdy. Vassar Alumni Reception. Mrs. Badlens strong masculine face. Old Mr. Vassar, Prof Rasclus etc. Fine class o women. [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] Ther. SAT. JAN. 29. 1887 Wea. [[/preprinted]] Last Saturday Uncle Wallace took Papa, Edie, Miss Collins, & me to see Buffalo Bill. As /ey say it is [[underline]] History, [[/underline]] & well worth seeing. It is a sad comment on / tragic hist o / Indians & / cheifs should now be going / world over exhibiting /emselves & /eir modes o life f / amusement o / white man & expending /eir ferocity in sham battles, races ar'd / [[underlined]] ring [[/underlined]] etc! If it meant / [[preprinted]] Ther. SUNDAY 30 Wea. [[/preprinted]] conquest o civilization & nothing more / story o / sad red man wd b a comedy. Harry, Alice, & I went to Mrs. Harland's to dinner, to meet Mr. Sartain & a friend of his from Phil. Henry & Mrs. S had a discussion on the comparative artistic quality of Thackery & Howell. Mr. S had one of his
[[preprinted]] Ther. MON. JAN. 31, 1887 Wea. [[/preprinted]] portraits that he loaned Mrs. Harland - the head of a colored girl - a remarkable study - a drama in a face - a whole novel. Looked for Flo, but she did not come. [[preprinted]] Ther. TUESDAY, FEB. 1 1887 Wea. [[/preprinted]] Flo came down from home. Uncle Wallace starting for the west. Poor Edith - and her poor father. Her life is very desolate, & will be more so when she leaves. It is a pitiful thing to see a grayhaired man starting out to begin life over again, after trying one thing after another all his life & never succeeding in anything - disappted b & embittered of a love & kindly [[underlined]] brotherhood. [[/underlined]] [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] Ther. WED. FEB. 2, 1887 [[/underlined]] Wed. Feb 9 - mistake in date. Went to Wallack's with Edith to see Sheridan's School for Scandal. It is sparkling with wit, & the setting is capital - especially Gilberts, but you feel that the play belongs to the 16th cent & needs expurgation. It leaves a bad taste in the mouth. Delightful ev'ng in Alice's room. A musical - violin & piano ev'ng - & full eving - seven in. Mr Marlitus played till after 12. [[preprinted]] Ther. THURSDAY 3 Wea. [[/underlined]] We went to see Gaby's Taming of the Shrew - Harry & Alice, "Putz" & the Dr "Cole" & his sister. We had a box - wretched place to see. It is beautifully put on. Old "Will" ought to have been there. It would have done his heart good. Every detail of acting & scenic effect is capital. We went to Baser's afterwards & Dr. Putzel gave us a supper - white bait, clams, etc.
[[preprinted]] Ther. FRI. FEB 4, 1887 Wea. [[/preprinted]] Mr. John Constable called Took lunch with Aunt Miriam & went to a Symphony Concert at Chickering Hall afterwards. Greatly interested in orchestra - new phases o life every day. Char. o class o musicians. Wonder how much art becomes business to destruction of its soul? 1/2 indiff spirit o men disappointed me. At night Flo & I went to hear Lohengrin. It was my first experience of Wagner - I became entirely converted [[preprinted]] Ther. SATURDAY 5 Wea. [[/preprinted]] I never saw or heard anything that compared with it. Wagner must b among musicians what Browning is among poets. His strength of realism & idealism amount to such wonderful [[?]]. The [[underline]] [[?]] [[/underline]] of Mr. W. music is pervading. You are carried along by it as with the roll and swell of the ocean. It stirs you to the deepest depths of your nature & carries you along with its exquisite melody to the heights [[end page]] [[start page]] Dinner at Uncle Gus [[preprinted]] Ther. SUN. FEB. 6, 1887 Wea. [[/preprinted]] of aspiration toward which it is always yearning and throbbing. Saturday Edith & I went to hear the Meistersingers; and in the evning I went with Harry & Alice to Miss Booth's? reception. Arthur Stedman took dinner with us & went to Miss B's He introduced me to "[[Gennie June?]]" and I was sorry not to be able to listen to her more. She is extremely interesting. [[preprinted]] Ther. MONDAY 7 Wea. [[/preprinted]] Elocution Mondays - We went to Mrs. Morse's reception, & I had a delightful time. Mr. Domett, of the Mail & Express - Miss Ella's friend, pointed out the celebrities to me - St _ the sculptor, an interesting looking man - red short beard & straight nose - eyes like artist; the man who planned Central Park - quite noted in his way; Mrs. Gilder, who has been very
[[preprinted]] Ther. TUES. FEB. 8, 1887 Wea. [[/preprinted]] handsome in his day; several of the magazine writers; Mr & Mrs. Frank Stockton, etc. Frank Stockton is very interesting. He is a little man - rather short & quite slender. His face is thin & he is very dark, with high cheek bones. Large dark eyes that give the charm to his face that is furrowed with lines of humor. His wife is large blonde phlegmatic b w a quiet twinkle in her eye as if she enjoyed his face. [[preprinted]] Ther. WEDENSDAY 9 Wea. [[/preprinted]] School for Scandal with Edie Having Clint [[coaching?]] my throat - agreeable but beneficial. He says my elocution will strengthen my vocal chords. Flo had nervous attack Tuesday night - we did not get to sleep till after 1 a.m. Clint is alarmed about her. [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] Ther. THRUS. FEB. 10, 1887 Wea. [[/preprinted]] [[blank page]] [[preprinted]] Ther. FRIDAY 11 Wea. [[/preprinted]] [[blank page]]
[[preprinted]] Ther. SAT. FEB. 12, 1887 Wea. [[/preprinted]] Columbia lecturer on Polit Causes of Eng. Reformation advising polit interference with meddlesome Pope - Dr. McSlyme. Evening to hear lecture on Sappho. [[preprinted]] Ther. SUNDAY 13 Wea. [[/preprinted]] Coz. Julie's to dinner & /en to hear Phillips Brooks preach an Emersonian sermon. Talked over Europe with G.E.B. She will probably join us in a year if we go this spring. [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] Ther. MON. FEB. 14, 1887 Wea. [[/preprinted]] Went with Celine to take lunch with Mr. Rollins & niece - then to court for Payne case. See note book. [[preprinted]] Ther. TUESDAY 15 Wea. [[/preprinted]] [[blank page]]
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[[preprinted]] Ther. SUN. FEB. 20, 1887 Wea. [[/preprinted]] Letter from Mama to engage our staterooms on [[H. S.?]] Lloyd for June 15 - the [[?]]. [[preprinted]] Ther. MONDAY 21 Wea. [[/preprinted]] [[blank]] [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] Ther. TUES. FEB. 22, 1887 Wea. [[/preprinted]] [[blank]] [[preprinted]] Ther. WEDNESDAY 23 Wea. [[/preprinted]] Went to Brooklyn to see Nellie Davis. She gave me a charming lunch party. Miss Wood, Marion Lawrence, Nellie & I from Smith, & two of Nellie's Bklyn friends.
[[preprinted]] Ther. THURS. FEB. 24, 1887 Wea. [[/preprinted]] [[preprinted]] Ther. FRIDAY 25 Wea. [[/preprinted]] [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] Ther. SAT. FEB. 26, 1887 Wea. [[/preprinted]] Hetta met me after German & we spent the rest of the morning at the Water Color together. [[preprinted]] Ther. SUNDAY 27 Wea. [[/preprinted]]
[[preprinted]] Ther. MON. FEB. 28, 1887 Wea. [[/preprinted]] As we decided to go abroad in June, I began German at the Berlitz School to get as much as possible in the time - [[underline]]natural [[/underline]] is the only method. A lesson a day. [[?]] later. 23 West 23rd St. Berlitz School of Languages. [[preprinted]] Ther. TUESDAY, MAR. 1 Wea. [[/preprinted]] [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] Ther. WED. MAR> 2, 1887 Wea. [[/preprinted]] Cos. Julia, Miss Platt and I went to hear Liszt's [[strikethrough]] opera [[/strikethrough]] oratorio of Christus given by Walter [[Davieresk?]]. Parts of the oratorio are very beautiful, but it does not compare with the Wagner music - it is [[jerky?]] the [[underline]] grandeur [[/underline]] is [[underline]] noise [[/underline]]. the movement & rhythm of Wagner is wanting. [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] Ther. THURSDAY 3 Wea. [[/preprinted]] [[blank page]]
[[preprinted]] Ther. FRI. MAR. 4, 1887 Wea. [[/preprinted]] [[preprinted]] Ther. SATURDAY 5 Wea. [[/preprinted]] [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] Ther. SUN. MAR. 6, 1887 Wea. [[/preprinted]] [[preprinted]] 4 Ther. MONDAY 7 Wea. [[/preprinted]] Collins, Flo, & I went up to 111 th St to see Auntie Kate.
[[preprinted]] Ther. TUES, MAR. 8, 1887 Wea. [[/preprinted]] [[preprinted]] Ther. WEDNESDAY 9 Wea. [[/preprinted]] [[end page]] [[start page]] Ther. THURS. MAR. 10, 1887 Wea. Went to Brooklyn to take lunch with the Holt girls. Great rush. Flo & C go up on night train. Saw [[Bushie?]] in state. Mass or people - sadness, curiosity? - filing through church. A man of farce - whose influence justly or unjustly has been lost to the world. [[preprinted]] Ther. FRIDAY 11 Wea. [[/preprinted]]
[[preprinted]] Ther. SAT. MAR. 12, 1887 Wea. [[/preprinted]] German 9-10 [[insertion]] ^ Shopped [[/insertion]] Homer & met Nellie Davis. Went with her to Columbia lecture on [[Niebeling?]] by Sprague Smith. Homer with me to lunch. 2 P.M. to Union League Club to see pictures. 3.30 Metropolitan Museum, where I met Walter & Miss Hammond. 7-10 studying German. Society for Ethical Culture. [[preprinted]] Ther. SUNDAY 13 Wea. [[/preprinted]] [[underlined]] How to Influence Boys [[/underlined]] Tact necessary to Infl. Purpose " " [[Dittos for: necessary to]] tact Strong purpose should be to make the Ideal Boy the Real Boy. In order to do this 1) Unconscious personal integrity that must influence 2) Conscious attempt to infl boy to [[underlined]] Moral Thoughtfulness. [[/underlined]] [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] Ther. MON, MAR, 14, 1887 Wea. [[/preprinted]] Dont force ethics on him but stimulate him to [[underlined]] make [[/underlined]] himself - to always ask Is this noble, just, manly? - of every thought or wish as well as of any word or act. Mother who cant conscientiously teach skills to pray talks to them every night reviewing the day with these ?2. Morality sd be tot in homes & [[underlined]] public schools [[/underlined]]. [[pre-printed]] Ther. TUESDAY 15 Wea. [[/pre-printed]] Coz. Julia, Miss Platt & I went to delightful Thomas concert at the Metropolitan. The Wagner in it was the best part - Flower-Girl Scene from Parsifal. - Called on the Bonds. [[Barnies?]] with Walter in afternoon. German A.M. Lunch at Aunt [[Minnies?]]. Animals interesting - rest painful morally & mentally.
[[preprinted]] Ther. WED. MAR. 16, 1887 Wea. [[/preprinted]] Met Aunt [[Minnie?]] at Lyceum Theatre to see Examination of School of Acting. Very interesting - the stage will be elevated in no surer way. The training is remarkable in its detail & the result will be to have better acting - better actors. A definite school with regular course of yrs (4) work, & place f managers to find good girls & boys instead of street waifs. [[preprinted]] Ther. THURSDAY. 17 Wea. [[/preprinted]] Two German lessons - finished shopping - called on Mrs James Constable Kittie Brewster Florence Beskel Marion Laurence Mrs. Gilliman - all over town [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] Ther. FRI. MAR, 18, 1887 Wea. [[/preprinted]] Went to Stuart house with Hetta, but cd only go to Art Gallery. Saw Power's Greek Slave, Eve Tempted, Paradise Lost, etc. [[preprinted]] Ther. SATURDAY. 19 Wea. [[/preprinted]] Letter fr home decided me to go home Monday. Mama sick. 2 German lessons, shopping, packing etc.
[[preprinted]] Ther. SUN. MAR. 20, 1887 Wea. [[/preprinted]] [[?]] down to Chicking Hall to hear Mr. lecture. His spirituality & moral enthusiasm are inspiring. Alice sick so Harry & I took dinner at the [[Lorises?]] at their flat. Fine dinner & delightful conversation on religion philosophy pol. econ. etc. etc. Charley Loris at home from Harvard. [[preprinted]] Ther. MONDAY 21 1887 Wea. [[/preprinted]] [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] Ther. TUES. MAR. 22, 1887 Wea. [[/preprinted]] [[preprinted]] Ther. WEDNESDAY 23 1887 Wea. [[/preprinted]]
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[[preprinted]] Ther. MON. MAR. 28, 1887 Wea. [[/preprinted]] [[preprinted]] Ther. TUESDAY 29 Wea. [[/preprinted]] [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] Ther. WED. MAR. 30, 1887 Wea. [[/preprinted]] [[preprinted]] Ther. THURSDAY 31 Wea. [[/preprinted]]
[[preprinted]] Ther. FRI. APRIL. 1, 1887 Wea. [[/preprinted]] 1st, Robin! [[underlined]] chirping [[/underlined]] Blue Jay in evergreen Snow 3 1/2 - 4 ft deep. Gray squirrels 6 - 8 evry day by bay windows eating corn. Partridges in evergreen by garden. [[preprinted]] Ther. SATURDAY 2 Wea. [[/preprinted]] Gusset holds long conversations with John through the register when he is fixing the fire. One of her favorite questions in & her attempts to keep up her end of the convers. is amusing. "How are all the folks down at the falls" Once she added [[strikethrough]] You're [[/strikethrough]] "I'll give you ten cents if you go and bring my Mama up. [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] Ther. SUN. APRIL 3, 1887 Wea. [[/preprinted]] When she has to be punished she always threatens to go away "I am going away tomorrow. I aint going to stay here any more." If we tell her she'd better go [[underlined]] to-day [[/underlined]], she says oh no, she is going [[underlined]] to-morrow [[/underlined]] ! She is very fond of watching the birds and squirrels that come to the barrels in front of the [[preprinted]] Ther. MONDAY 4 Wea. [[/preprinted]] dining room window for corn. She says "the little birds sing [[underlined]] so [[/underlined]] sweetly." The intelligence is as yet mainly connected with her remarkable verbal memory & her association of ideas.
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[[preprinted]] Ther. SAT. APRIL 9, 1887 Wea. [[/preprinted]] [[preprinted]] Ther. SUNDAY 10 Wea. [[/preprinted]] [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] Ther. MON. APRIL 11, 1887 Wea. [[/preprinted]] [[preprinted]] Ther. TUESDAY 12 Wea. [[/preprinted]]
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[[preprinted]] Ther. SUN. APRIL 17, 1887 Wea. [[/preprinted]] Gusset & I went to Aunt Helen's on the crust & Auntie told Gusset the story of Jack & the Beanstalk. She told me of col'd girls in Washington studying geometry, reading Caesar, etc. & preparing themselves for Normal Schools & thus for teachers. She says the col'd boys & girls have more ambition & pride than the whites in Wash. [[preprinted]] Ther. MONDAY 18 Wea. [[/preprinted]] Gusset thought one of the birds was an English sparrow, and was eager to have it killed; but when she discovered that it was 'a dear little Junco' she was all tenderness and sympathy. [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] Ther. TUE. APRIL 19, 1887 Wea. [[/preprinted]] [[preprinted]] Ther. WEDNESDAY 20 Wea. [[/preprinted]]
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[[preprinted]] Ther. FRI. APRIL 29, 1887 Wea. [[/preprinted]] [[preprinted]] Ther. SATURDAY 30 Wea. [[/preprinted]] [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] Ther. SUN, MAY 1, 1887 Wea. [[/preprinted]] [[preprinted]] Ther. MONDAY 2 Wea. [[/preprinted]]
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[[Preprinted] Ther. SAT. MAY 7, 1887 Wea.[[/Preprinted]] [[Preprinted] Ther. SUNDAY 8 Wea.[[/Preprinted]] [[end page]] [[start page]] [[Preprinted]] Ther. MON. MAY 9, 1887 Wea.[[/Preprinted]] Took a long walk with Aunt Helen - she after flowers - I after birds. We went through the old Estate woods- came back through the Alders. I watched a musical thrush singing for a long time, & got new points about the red wing. [[Preprinted]] Ther. TUESDAY 10 Wea. [[/Preprinted]]
[[preprinted]] Ther. [[strikethrough]] WED [[/strikethrough]] ^[[Thurs]], MAY [[strikethrough]] 11 [[/strikethrough] ^[[12]], 1887 Wea. [[/preprinted]] Mama & I went to Syra to the funeral of Tillie Peare Owen - one of the saddest things I ever knew. Only 23 yrs old - a bride & mother - her baby was christened by her side as she lay in beautiful motherhood & in her bridal garments. Her husband is agonized by her death. [[preprinted]] Ther. [[strikethrough]] THURSDAY [[/strikethrough]] ^[[Friday]] 1[[strikethrough]] 2 [[/strikethrough]] ^[[3]] Wea. [[/preprinted]] Came home to take care of Gusset etc. Stopped at the Seminary in Utica & saw Miss Griffith, Miss Peck, Miss Butts, Maud Philip, & Mrs Pick. [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] Ther. FRI. MAY 13, 1887 Wea. [[/preprinted]] [[preprinted]] Ther. SATURDAY 14 Wea. [[/preprinted]] Spent mg. correcting proof of June no. of "Hints to Audubon Workers." Took it to Falls to mail in P.M. Papa, Maud & I go to "Pines" Mrs. Lyons very feeble.
[[preprinted]] Ther. SUN. MAY 15, 1887 Wea. [[/preprinted]] Aunt Helen up to tea & went for walk in woods. Watched a scarlet tanager. [[preprinted]] Ther. MONDAY 16 Wea. [[/preprinted]] Flo sent for part of her things. Take Gusset into my room, & go through all sorts of maternal anxieties at night - 1st experience with child. Keep air off her with umbrella. pin in on both sides, etc. [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] Ther. TUES. May 17, 1887 Wea. [[/preprinted]] Flo's room cleaned & house generally settled from winter's mixture of two families' possessions. [[preprinted]] Ther. WEDNESDAY 18 Wea. [[/preprinted]] Papa left at 6.30 for Bromis Hall. Spent mg. hanging curtains & putting house in order. Alone with children & servants at night, but with Balder & my mother slept without concern.
[[preprinted]] Ther. THURS. MAY 19, 1887 [[/preprinted]] Hetta came on noon train - Gusset & I to met her - Aunt Helen to dinner. Spent day getting off ms. Get up mornings during this migration from 4.15-5.30 a.m. [[preprinted]] Ther. FRIDAY 20 Wea. [[/preprinted]] My hair is turning gray - life is getting more intense & each generation becomes white earlier. If we only learned the [[underlined]] lessons [[/underlined]] of gray hairs! [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] Ther. SAT. MAY 21, 1887 Wea. [[/preprinted]] Mother back Sat'd night. Great relief after week of keeping house, house-cleaning, looking after serving girl & gardener, [[underlined]] & [[/underlined]] two children: getting up to [underlined]] observe [[/underlined]] at early dawn, correcting proof, preparing ms. & trying to entertain Hetta etc. [[preprinted]] Ther. SUNDAY 22 Wea. [[/preprinted]] Beautiful mg. spent with Hetta - first real talk we have had. A true woman's words put one on dry land again. What is the world without [[underlined]] real [[/underlined]] conversation - where "clothes" are discarded & / truth is spoken fr / soul.
[[preprinted]] Ther. MON. MAY 23,1887 Wea. [[/preprinted]] Spend mg with Hetta in woods - P.M. drive to Port with [[underlined]] eight [[/underlined]] boxes of lilies of the valley & wild flowers, to send off. [[preprinted]] Ther. TUESDAY 24 Wea. [[/preprinted]] Family - Mama - Hetta & Aunt Helen - spend day at Falls. [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] Ther. WED. MAY 25, 1887 Wea. [[/preprinted]] Dine at Aunt Helen's. One of her proverbial "rolly-poley's Drive with Hetta & Gusset in P.M - another helpful talk. She is a noble woman. Papa returns from the woods. [[preprinted]] Ther. THURSDAY 26 Wea. [[/preprinted]] Hetta leaves - take her to Port - Gusset - John - this A.M.
[[preprinted]] Ther. FRI. MAY 27, 1887 Wea. [[/preprinted]] [[blank]] [[preprinted]] Ther. SATURDAY 28 Wea. [[/preprinted]] [[blank]] [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] Ther. SUN. MAY 29, 1887 Wea. [[/preprinted]] [[blank]] [[preprinted]] Ther. MONDAY 30 Wea. [[/preprinted]] [[blank]]
[[preprinted]] Ther. MON. OCT. 10, 1887 Wea. [[/preprinted]] [[blank]] [[preprinted]] Ther. TUESDAY 11 Wea. [[/preprinted]] [[blank]] [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] Ther. WED. OCT 12, 1887 Wea. [[/preprinted]] [[blank]] [[preprinted]] Ther. THURSDAY 13 Wea. [[/preprinted]] Dr. Johnson came to get Harts battery. I moved into the library and feel as if I'd gotten where I belong - room to breathe and work.
[[preprinted]] Ther. FRI. OCT 14, 1887 Wea. [[/preprinted]] [[blank]] [[preprinted]] Ther. SATURDAY 15 Wea. [[/preprinted]] [[blank]] [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] Ther. SUN. OCT. 16, 1887 Wea.[[/preprinted]] [[blank]] [[preprinted]] Ther. MONDAY 17 Wea. [[/preprinted]] [[blank]]
[[preprinted]] MEMORANDA [[/preprinted]] List of Xmas presents to be [[underlined]] given [[/underlined]] Minnie Pease string ball [[circle around "string ball" leading to arrow after Sadie-line 4]] [[insertion]] G. El W & W [[/insertion]] x Florence Foot calendar x Bulter Zuckerman calendar Sadie [[image - arrow]] [[insertion]] string ball [[/insertion]] & photo Gran Mrs. Whitney calendar x Jessie Address book & photo x Bessie calendar Miss Griffiths " [[Ditto for: calender]] Flo [[strikethrough]] String ball [[/strikethrough]] Isabel Paper weight Beth x B. Merriam Paper weight Miss Jordan Paper weight Frank Hinds String ball x Coz. Julia Paper weight Hilta [[Mrat book Lisa?]] by Tolstoi. Miss Ella String ball Edith Mrs. Whitney calendar Hart Paper weight Carolyn Lyman Janet & children string ball & boxes x C.C.M. Paper weight Uncle Hart [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] MEMORANDA [[/preprinted]] Auntie Emma String ball Elinor Virgie O'Brien xmas card Helen Butler " [[Ditto for: xmas card]] Fanny Blue hood Fred Picture bk Charlie " [[Ditto for: bk]] Annie Kappa spoons Aunt Helen night slippers & string ball Harriette paper weight
[[preprinted]] MEMORANDA [[/preprinted]] [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] MEMORANDA [[/preprinted]]
[[underlined]] 1887 [[/underlined]] [[preprinted]] MEMORANDA [[/preprinted]] [[underlined]] Lists of Xmas Presents Given [[/underlined]] x Mimie Pease Browning Calender Florence Foot made " [[Ditto for: Calender]] x Buttes Inskerman " " [[Dittos for: Browning Calender]] x Sadie Cours String ball x Jean Perry Mrs Whitney " [[Ditto for: Calender]] x Jessie Anderson Address book x Bessie Eastman Neade calender x Miss Suffith Lowell " [[Ditto for: Calender]] x Flo. Pin cushion x Isabel Eston [[West Purple Lis Bys?]] x Paper Weight x Beth Whitney Paper Weight Bessie Miriam Tolstoi M.R. x Miss Jordan Paper Weight x Frank Hinds String ball x Coz. Julia Paper Weight x Hilta Bagg Holmes calendar x Miss Ella Needle & traveling case x Edith Mrs. Whitney x Hart Paper Weight & string ball x Carolyn Mother Goose x Lyman Tom Brown School Days x Collins Paper Weight x Uncle Hart Muffler x Auntie Emma String ball [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] MEMORANDA [[/preprinted]] x Janet M. x Cora & Grace M. Boxes Elinor Comstock x Hariette Brachman Paper Weight Aunt Helen Slippers - Charley x Fanny. Hood - Fred x Helen Bentley xmas card x Virgis O'Brian " [[Ditto for: xmas card]] x Uncle Gus " [[Ditto for: xmas card]] x Uncle Wallace Holmes calendar x Arle Hungerford Paper Weight
[[preprinted]] MEMORANDA [[/preprinted]] [[double underline]] Xmas presents rcd 1887 [[/double underline]] Minnie - Lily Florence - Emerson etchings Buttia - birds nest of baskets Sadie - organ book Jessie - crocheted skirt Bessie - [[Tablets?]] Miss Griff Shakesp cal Isabel Shorean's [[?]] & photo self Bette Jacket Bessie [[Nl?]] Kingsley's [[Nicucoiss?]] 1 Letters Frank set of spools Cog Girls [[Esta?]] [[Romanoum?]] Hilta Jacket Miss Ella Style holder Edith Pin Hast [[Auk?]] Virgie xmas card Nellie Ue[[?]] " [[ditto for: xmas card]] Miss Dall " [[ditto for: xmas card]] Alice " [[ditto for: xmas card]] Walter " [[ditto for: xmas card]] [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] MEMORANDA [[/preprinted]] Hilta Hungerford needle case Harrietta Photo & card
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[[Pre-printed]] Cash Account. January. [[/pre-printed]] [[In a table format with preprinted "Date." "Received." and "Paid." columns; Received and Paid are further split into dollar and cent columns, which are unlabeled; I have separated the main columns by commas and the subcolumns by |; * are the transcriptionist's and indicate a blank column.]] Feb, Meistre Singer, *}*, *50 *, Lohengrine, *|*, 2|50 *, Taming of the Shrew, *|*, 1|67 *, Messenger boy, *|*, *20 *, Car fare, *|*, *|15 *, Washing, *|*, *|50 *, Car fare, *|*, *|30 " 4, Exchange for [[check?]], 3|-, *|* " ", Car fare, *|*, *|5 ", bread, *|*, *|10 " ", Thread, *|*, *|8 " 5, Washerwoman, *|*, *|50 " 7, [[smudged]] Pap of [[need bk]], 2|*, *|* " 7, Car fare, *|*, *|20 " 8, Bread, *|*, *|10 " ", Corsets, *|*, 2|25 " 9, Car fare, *|*, *|* *, Messenger boy, *|*, x|16 *, " (telegram), *|*, *|25 ", Wallacks, *|*, *|50 *, Haiti money (return to him), 2|[[duck?!]], *|* *, 2 cups coffes (Alices), *|P.d, *|58 *, 1 pk. [[portals?]], *|*, *|25 *, Return by Flo, .16|x, *|* *, " " ", .25|x, *|* *, Die Walkure, *|*, *|50 *, Ck f dress, *|*, 42|15 15, 3 pc drawers @ 38 [[cent symbol]], *|*, 1|14 *, [[My?]] buttons, [[ in pencil su bill?]], *|[[strikeout]] 60 [[/strikeout]] *, hooks, *|*, *|* *, bead, *|*, *|10 [[end of page]] [[beginning of new page, set up just like before]] [[preprinted]] CASH ACCOUNT. JANUARY *, Bread, *|*, *|10[[encircled--see below]] *, Flaxseed & [[Muest?]], *|*, *|60 *, Quinine, *|*, *|20 *, [[Mustard?]] plasters, *|*, *|- *, [[strikethrough]] Lemons [[/strikethrough]], *|*, *|- [[/ encircled in columns received and paid. Flo pd retd 6y ck. $25.55]] Washing * * * 65 Flo raclg [[?]] strikethrough Joe Leibig [[/strikethrough Feb. 21 Car Fare * * * 25 " [[Feb. 21] Washing * * * 50 " [[for washing] 50 Ruffling ( 2 boxes ) [[encircled]] [[?]] 1 box [[/encircled]]* * * 50 Water color exhibit * * * 75 Car Fare * * * 60 Rubbers * * * 60 Mats f Papis gowns [[?]] Me [[?]] * * 2 [[strikethrough]]3[[/strikethrough]] 20 2 pr cuffs (man) * * * 26 " " " [[ 2pr. cuffs]] self * * * 28 Wiggin * * * 7 Bread * * * 10 Car fare * * * 35 Medical [[?]] book * * 1 85 - Oratoris Cholen [[?]] * * * 50 Lunch * * * * Car fare * * * 25 " " * * * 5 Washing * * * 75 Car fare * * * 10 Mch 19 Ck cashed 25- Bread * * * 10 Dress 9 yds @ * * *
[[preprinted]] CASH ACCOUNT. FEBRUARY. [[/preprinted]] [[Four columns]] [[preprinted]] Date. | [[blank]] | Recieved. | Paid. [[/preprinted]] Mch 12 | Hot water bag | | 2 - " [[Ditto for: Mch 12]] | Veil | | .25 " [[Ditto for: Mch 12]] | Metropolitan [[cats?]] | | .20 " [[Ditto for: Mch 12]] | [[Ca face?]] | | .30 " [[Ditto for: Mch 12]] | [[Funnel?]] (L.n) | Pd. | .40 " [[Ditto for: Mch 12]] | blue " [[Ditto for: (L.n) | " [[Ditto for: Pd]] .75 | Trunk | [[circled]] Pd by [[Lefler?]] | 6.50 " [[Ditto for: Mch]] 15 | Thomas concert | | .50 | Washing | | 1.10 July | Cash of check Hoyt & Regis | 5 - | | Mama on act | 2 - | | [[Bulely?]] book | | .50 | Postage stamps | | 2.00 | [[Mappen?]] | | .50 Manea [[?]] on act. 10 - May 3 pr hose garters 38 driving gloves 9 stamps 50 one act postage ck?100 July 28 Gosndlence [[?]] 1 50 Aug Sheilds 2 pr 65 " Photos Sitte 80 [[end page]] [[start page]] [[pre printed]] Cash Account. February Date Received. Paid. Mrs. Hovey's [[?]] 65 Sept. Postage 4--- Oct. "( for gyzu )1 -- Nov 1 " [[for postage]] 1 " " [[for Nov.1}} Sauls ferre library [[?]] 1 "[[for Nov.]]5 50 [[symbol for cent]]seat [[?]] Ne ag for geB ' on Lerves 50 Dec.4 Reid chuse ck 52.[[underlined]]96 [[/underlined & 1.5 deposited saun[[?] 1st natl. " [[for Dec.]] 5 Charge 95 [[symbol for cents]] on ate of stamped envelopes [[line across page]] Dec afc C.H. Ne $1 2 [[symbol for cents]] 17 Nuta f. Niofelig 1.96 [[received]] Mrs. Kaffor " [[for Niofelig]] 24 [[received]] 20 on af C.C H Ni stamps 50 [[symbol for cents]] " for stamps 25 " [[for cents]] 26 " [[for stamps]]75 [[symbol for cents]] Carle for 9 Helt on afc 25 [[received]] stamp afc [[strikethrough]] 65 [[/strikethrough 65 [[symbol for cents]] [[squiggl line or signature]]
'88 [[preprinted]] CASH ACCOUNT. [[strikethrough]] MARCH. [[/strikethrough]] [[/preprinted]] [[4 columns]] [[preprinted]] Date. | | Received. | Paid. | [[/preprinted]] Jan | On a/c stamps CH W. $1- " [[Ditto for CH]] Emily $1 " [[Ditto for: Jan]]| Sadie Gym | 4 - | | & WW my | | " [[Ditto for: Jan]] | Jessie Gym | 10- | [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] CASH ACCOUNT. MARCH. [[/preprinted]] [[4 columns]] [[preprinted]] Date. | | Received. | Paid. | [[/preprinted]]
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[[preprinted]] CASH ACCOUNT. NOVEMBER. DATE | [[Blank Column]] | Received | Paid. [[/preprinted]] Nov. | Bustle | [[blank]] | .10 [[blank]] | By return C.C.m over paid UG a/c | 30 | [[blank]] " [[Ditto for: Nov]] 8 | 3 blocks to date on a/c CHM. 21 | [[blank]] | [[blank]] " [[Ditto for: Nov]] 9 | Gym money for M. D. Mueler| 1 - | [[blank]] " " [[Ditto for: Nov 9]] | " [[Ditto for: for]] G. H. [[Terraud?]] | 2- | [[blank]] " [[Ditto for: Nov 16]] | on act CH M 50 stamps--$1.oo | [[blank]] | [[blank]] [[blank]] | On a/c CHM | [[blank]] | [[blank]] [[blank]] | 1 pr met boots | [[blank]] | [[blank]] [[blank]] | $1.85 | [[blank]] | [[blank]] Dec | Read o | [[blank]] | [[blank]] 13 | C.L Ue | 10 _ | [[blank]] [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] CASH ACCOUNT. NOVEMBER Date | [[blank]] | Received. | Paid. [[/preprinted]]
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[start page] [[preprinted]] SUMMARY OF CASH ACCOUNT. [[/preprinted]] [[table with four columns]] [[preprinted]] ||Received.||Paid.| JAN.| FEB.| MAR | APR | MAY | JUN.| JUL.| AUG.| SEP.| OCT.| NOV.| DEC.| [[/preprinted]] [end page] [start page] [[preprinted]] BILLS PAYABLE. JANUARY. [[/preprinted]] [[table with four columns]] [[preprinted]] Date. | Name. || Dolls. | Cts.[[/preprinted]] [[preprinted]] RECEIVABLE. [end page]
[start page] [[preprinted]] BILLS PAYABLE. FEBRUARY. [[/preprinted]] [[table with four columns]] [[preprinted]] Date. | Name. || Dolls. | Cts [[table with four columns one third of page down]] RECEIVABLE. [[/preprinted]] [end page] [start page] [[preprinted]] BILLS PAYABLE. MARCH. [[/preprinted]] [[table with four columns]] [[preprinted]] Date. | Name. || Dolls. | Cts [[table with four columns one third of page down]] RECEIVABLE. [[/preprinted]] [end page]
[start page] [[preprinted]] BILLS PAYABLE. APRIL. [[/preprinted]] [[table with four columns]] [[preprinted]] Date. | Name. || Dolls. | Cts [[table with four columns one third of page down]] RECEIVABLE. [[/preprinted]] [end page] [start page] [[preprinted]] BILLS PAYABLE. MAY. [[/preprinted]] [[table with four columns]] [[preprinted]] Date. | Name. || Dolls. | Cts [[table with four columns one third of page down]] RECEIVABLE. [[/preprinted]] [end page]
[start page] [[preprinted]] BILLS PAYABLE. JUNE. [[/preprinted]] [[table with four columns]] [[preprinted]] Date. | Name. || Dolls. | Cts [[table with four columns one third of page down]] RECEIVABLE. [[/preprinted]] [end page] [start page] [[preprinted]] BILLS PAYABLE. JULY. [[/preprinted]] [[table with four columns]] [[preprinted]] Date. | Name. || Dolls. | Cts [[table with four columns one third of page down]] RECEIVABLE. [[/preprinted]] [end page]
[start page] [[preprinted]] BILLS PAYABLE. AUGUST. [[/preprinted]] [[table with four columns]] [[preprinted]] Date. | Name. || Dolls. | Cts [[table with four columns one third of page down]] RECEIVABLE. [[/preprinted]] [end page] [start page] [[preprinted]] BILLS PAYABLE. SEPTEMBER. [[/preprinted]] [[table with four columns]] [[preprinted]] Date. | Name. || Dolls. | Cts [[table with four columns one third of page down]] RECEIVABLE. [[/preprinted]] [end page]
[start page] [[preprinted]] BILLS PAYABLE. OCTOBER. [[/preprinted]] [[table with four columns]] [[preprinted]] Date. | Name. || Dolls. | Cts [[table with four columns one third of page down]] RECEIVABLE. [[/preprinted]] [end page] [start page] [[preprinted]] BILLS PAYABLE. NOVEMBER. [[/preprinted]] [[table with four columns]] [[preprinted]] Date. | Name. || Dolls. | Cts [[table with four columns one third of page down]] RECEIVABLE. [[/preprinted]] [end page]
[start page] [[preprinted]] BILLS PAYABLE. DECEMBER. [[/preprinted]] [[table with four columns]] [[preprinted]] Date. | Name. || Dolls. | Cts [[table with four columns one third of page down]] RECEIVABLE. [[/preprinted]] [end page] [start page] [[preprinted]] MEMORANDA. [[/preprinted]] [[table with four columns]] [[preprinted]] Date. | || Dolls. | Cts [[/preprinted]] [end page]
[start page] [[preprinted]] MEMORANDA. [[/preprinted]] [[table with four columns]] [[preprinted]] Date. | || Dolls. | Cts [[/preprinted]] [end page] [start page] [[preprinted]] ADDRESSES. [[/preprinted]] [[preprinted]] NAME. [[/preprinted]] Miss Fitzpatrick [[preprinted]] STREET, NO. [[/preprinted]] 35 East 20th Street [[preprinted]] CITY. [[/preprinted]] New York. [[preprinted]] NAME. [[/preprinted]] Mrs. G. E. Lockwood [[preprinted]] STREET, NO. [[/preprinted]] 288 Lexington Cir. [[preprinted]] CITY. [[/preprinted]] New York. [[preprinted]] NAME. [[/preprinted]] J. E. Bush [[preprinted]] STREET, NO. [[/preprinted]] 12 East 11 [[preprinted]] CITY. [[/preprinted]] N.Y. [[preprinted]] NAME. [[/preprinted]] Mrs. George Way [[preprinted]] STREET, NO. [[/preprinted]] 832 7th Ave. [[preprinted]] CITY. [[/preprinted]] N.Y. [[preprinted]] NAME. [[/preprinted]] Edith [[preprinted]] STREET, NO. [[/preprinted]] 164 W. 45 [[preprinted]] CITY. [[/preprinted]] [[preprinted]] NAME. [[/preprinted]] Mrs. Buckley [[preprinted]] STREET, NO. [[/preprinted]] 49 W. 45 [[preprinted]] CITY. [[/preprinted]] [[preprinted]] NAME. [[/preprinted]] Mrs. Chas Miller [[preprinted]] STREET, NO. [[/preprinted W 37 [[preprinted]] CITY. [[/preprinted]] [[preprinted]] NAME. [[/preprinted]] Auntie Kate [[preprinted]] STREET, NO. [[/preprinted]] Laura Franklin Hospital 111th St Past Mad & 5th [underscore] in car [/underscore] [[preprinted]] CITY. [[/preprinted]] [[preprinted]] NAME. [[/preprinted]] Kittie Brewster [[preprinted]] STREET, NO. [[/preprinted]] 58 W 33 [[preprinted]] CITY. [[/preprinted]] [[preprinted]] NAME. [[/preprinted]] [[preprinted]] STREET, NO. [[/preprinted]] [[preprinted]] CITY. [[/preprinted]] [end page]
[start page] [[preprinted]] ADDRESSES. [[/preprinted]] [[preprinted]] NAME. [[/preprinted]] [[preprinted]] STREET, NO. [[/preprinted]] [[preprinted]] CITY. [[/preprinted]] [[preprinted]] NAME. [[/preprinted]] [[preprinted]] STREET, NO. [[/preprinted]] [[preprinted]] CITY. [[/preprinted]] [[preprinted]] NAME. [[/preprinted]] [[preprinted]] STREET, NO. [[/preprinted]] [[preprinted]] CITY. [[/preprinted]] [[preprinted]] NAME. [[/preprinted]] [[preprinted]] STREET, NO. [[/preprinted]] [[preprinted]] CITY. [[/preprinted]] [[preprinted]] NAME. [[/preprinted]] [[preprinted]] STREET, NO. [[/preprinted]] [[preprinted]] CITY. [[/preprinted]] [[preprinted]] NAME. [[/preprinted]] [[preprinted]] STREET, NO. [[/preprinted]] [[preprinted]] CITY. [[/preprinted]] [[preprinted]] NAME. [[/preprinted]] [[preprinted]] STREET, NO. [[/preprinted]] [[preprinted]] CITY. [[/preprinted]] [[preprinted]] NAME. [[/preprinted]] [[preprinted]] STREET, NO. [[/preprinted]] [[preprinted]] CITY. [[/preprinted]] [[preprinted]] NAME. [[/preprinted]] [[preprinted]] STREET, NO. [[/preprinted]] [[preprinted]] CITY. [[/preprinted]] [[preprinted]] NAME. [[/preprinted]] [[preprinted]] STREET, NO. [[/preprinted]] [[preprinted]] CITY. [[/preprinted]] [end page] [start page] [[preprinted]] ADDRESSES. [[/preprinted]] [[preprinted]] NAME. [[/preprinted]] [[preprinted]] STREET, NO. [[/preprinted]] [[preprinted]] CITY. [[/preprinted]] [[preprinted]] NAME. [[/preprinted]] [[preprinted]] STREET, NO. [[/preprinted]] [[preprinted]] CITY. [[/preprinted]] [[preprinted]] NAME. [[/preprinted]] [[preprinted]] STREET, NO. [[/preprinted]] [[preprinted]] CITY. [[/preprinted]] [[preprinted]] NAME. [[/preprinted]] [[preprinted]] STREET, NO. [[/preprinted]] [[preprinted]] CITY. [[/preprinted]] [[preprinted]] NAME. [[/preprinted]] [[preprinted]] STREET, NO. [[/preprinted]] [[preprinted]] CITY. [[/preprinted]] [[preprinted]] NAME. [[/preprinted]] [[preprinted]] STREET, NO. [[/preprinted]] [[preprinted]] CITY. [[/preprinted]] [[preprinted]] NAME. [[/preprinted]] [[preprinted]] STREET, NO. [[/preprinted]] [[preprinted]] CITY. [[/preprinted]] [[preprinted]] NAME. [[/preprinted]] [[preprinted]] STREET, NO. [[/preprinted]] [[preprinted]] CITY. [[/preprinted]] [[preprinted]] NAME. [[/preprinted]] [[preprinted]] STREET, NO. [[/preprinted]] [[preprinted]] CITY. [[/preprinted]] [[preprinted]] NAME. [[/preprinted]] [[preprinted]] STREET, NO. [[/preprinted]] [[preprinted]] CITY. [[/preprinted]] [end page]
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[[left margin]] Last one for Homeword notes [[/left margin]] [[line]] A Woodland Circuit [[line]] [[strikethrough]] A Bird Lover's Circuit in a Wood [[/strikethrough]] [[line]] The great advantage of having pleasant experiences as we pass through this vale of tears is not in their fleeting brightness but in the odor of violets that greets us afterwards when [[strikethrough]] ever [[/strikethrough]] we rehail [[insertion]] ^ them as [[/insertion]] memorious happy isles. Woodlanders who hold a 'Rambler's Lease' for this reason often find their footsteps turning back to the old loved paths [[strikethrough]] [[underlined]] and [[/underlined]] in which they ^[[insertion]] often [[/strikethrough]] stop to [[/insertion]] linger, smiling at [[strikethrough]] each [[/strikethrough]] pleasant pictures from [[strikethrough]] former [[/strikethrough]] happy days.
2/ The northern greenwood I have in mind has an old road threading its beechen aisles, each turn of which is marked as the former home of some small forester friend, [[strikethrough]] beastie or bird. [[/strikethrough]] Just inside the wood a pair of Robins, forsaking the pomps and vanities of the world but still trusting in man, built their nest in a niche in a bole ^[[insertion]] so close [[/insertion]] beside the path you could put out your hand and touch it in passing. [[left margin insertion]] 2 plain realism [[/margin insertion]] A snug protected house the oval knot hole made for them, for the ^[[insertion]] Robins [[/insertion]] clay cup rested in [[strikethrough]] her [[/strikethrough]] its proffered ashen saucer under ^[[insertion]] its [[/insertion]] [[strikethrough]] the [[insertion]] an [[/insertion]] [[/strikethrough]] arched roof and the ^[[insertion]] mother [[/insertion]] bird brooded [[strikethrough]] against [[/strikethrough]] beside the heart of the tree. In this quiet place the nest remained unharmed for many a season and even when it had crumbled away the sight of the [[strikethrough]] knot hole [[/strikethrough]] empty niche
3/ still [[strikethrough]] re [[/strikethrough]] called up the pleasant memory of the trustful pair who chose to make their home beside our path. [[cutmark between this and the rest of the page: portions of two pages pasted together.]] the gray squirrels [[strikethrough]] built their nests [[/strikethrough]] gathered, and the sound of their ^[[insertion]] drawling [[/insertion]] bark [[strikethrough]] ing [[/strikethrough]] was ^[[insertion]] as familiar [[/insertion]] as that of the birds singing in the trees. In their gambols they would often race across our path, [[insertion]] & [[/insertion]] chase[[strikethrough]] g [[/strikethrough] each other ^[[insertion]] in spirals [[/insertion]] up a tree [[strikethrough]] s [[/strikethrough]] & out to the slender tip of a branch & [[strikethrough]] across [[/strikethrough]] by a gt leap [[strikethrough]] a [[/strikethrough]] cross to another tree. Their big nests which looked like crow's nests high in the tree tops
In this edge of the woods, protected & fed, the gray squirrels [[strikethrough]] built their nests [[/strikethrough]] gathered, and the sound of their ^[[insertion]] drawling [[/insertion]] bark [[strikethrough]] ing [[/strikethrough]] was ^[[insertion]] as familiar [[/insertion]] as that of the birds singing in the trees. In their gambols they would often race across our path, [[insertion]] & [[/insertion]] chase each other ^[[insertion]] in spirals [[/insertion]] up a tree [[strikethrough]] s [[/strikethrough]] & out to the slender tip of a branch & [[strikethrough]] across [[/strikethrough]] by a gt leap [[strikethrough]] a [[/strikethrough]] cross to another tree. Their big nests which looked like crows nests high in the tree tops
8/ were mainly in the edge of the woods where they were protected from farmers,& [[insertion by arrow]] when the leaves were off. [[/insertion by arrow]] Nine ^ [[insertion]] of these outside [[/insertion]] nests were counted ^ [[insertion]] along the circuit [[/insertion]] in ^ [[insertion]] the [[/insertion]] [[strikethrough]] our [[/strikethrough]] woods B the tree trunks w [[strikethrough]] [[w?]] [[/strikethrough]] deserted for the summer nests & one day in passg a ^ [[insertion]] large [[/insertion]] birch fr. a round hole high in the trunk a ^[[insertion]] mother gray [[/insertion]] squirrel's head looked out, as from the window of a lighthouse tower. [[strikethrough]] A gray family [[/strikethrough]] Perhaps it was the same ^ [[insertion]] birch [[/insertion]] [[strikethrough]] tree [[/strikethrough]] that was blown over one night in a gale. for [[strikethrough]] ab [[/strikethrough]] a ^ [[insertion]] great [[/insertion]] tree went crashing to earth above the noise of the storm came the pitiful ^ [[insertion]] squirrel [[/insertion]] cries [[strikethrough]] of squ [[/strikethrough]] loud at first - & gradually dying away [[strikethrough]] in the [[/strikethrough]] as if they were escaping from their fallen
9/ house into / timber. [[strikethrough]] R [[/strikethrough]] / gray sqs w x / only beasties livg in / wood. [[strikethrough]] One day it w a pretty yg coon + ga us a hint o / undesired wild life + w o / woods + we lot we w acqtd [/strikethrough]] ^[[insertion]] Our dog w found o digg a [[/insertion]] / Gt cavernous holes [[strikethrough]] w [[/strikethrough]] o woodchucks & polecats [[insertion]] & / occasll subterr growly & gnashng o teeth [[which?]] our burly neighbors awad him [[/insertion]] in / outer edge o / woods [[strikethrough]] also [[/strikethrough]] suggtd pleasant lots o / wild life [[strikethrough]] passg not [[/strikethrough]] hidden fr us & in / woods ws lot we knew so well b ^ [[insertion]] 2 whose real life [[/insertion]] [[strikethrough]] in wh in reality we [[/strikethrough]] w ^ [[insertion]] in reality [[/insertion]] [[strikethrough]] [[?]] [[/strikethrough]] / merest strangers. [[strikethrough]] One day Sometimes as our dog dug f woodchucks [[/strikethrough]]
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[[preprinted]] DR. CLINTON I. BAGG, 67 W. 45th STREET, N.Y. Office Hours: 9 to 11 A.M., 5 to 7:30 P.M. Telephone Call, 1205-38th ST. [Rx symbol for a prescription]] [[/preprinted]] 10/ One [[strikethrough]] day [[spot?]] [[/strikethrough]] hillside on | circuit s markd by an encounter wi a pretty yg [[strikethrough]] yo [[/strikethrough]] coon, & [[strikethrough]] anoter [[/strikethrough]] across | woods s another place t also calls up an intg memory, f here in a snug hollow on a cushion o leaves we discovd a curious little wheel - [[preprinted]] WM. METTENHEIMER, PH.D., Apothecary and Chemist, 794 Sixth Ave., N.E. Cor. 45th St., N.Y. Telephone Call, 1205-38th ST. [[/preprinted]] its 5 white spokes [[preprinted dotted line across sheet]] being [[strikethrough]] 5 [[/strikethrough]] white stripes down | backs [[preprinted]] DR. CLINTON I. BAGG, 67 W. 45th STREET, N.Y. Office Hours: 9 to 11 A.M., 5 to 7:30 P.M. Telephone Call, 1205-38th ST. [[Rx symbol for prescription]] [[/preprinted]] o 5 yg polecats takg a nap while |ir mother w lkg f |ir dinner. Near here, [[strikethrough]] I, [[/strikethrough]] one winters day [[strikethrough]] a pool we fd [[/strikethrough]] s | place where a fox h [[strikethrough]] stamped |ro [[/strikethrough]] taken a drink by breakg | ice t covd a ^[[insertion]] shallow [[/insertion]] pool. How | sight stirred our imagts ^[[insertion]] how we longd 2 h seen him [[/insertion]] & how eagerly [[preprinted]] WM. METTENHEIMER, PH.D., Apothecary and Chemist, 794 Sixth Ave., N.E. Cor. 45th St., N.Y. Telephone Call, 1205-38th ST. [[/preprinted]]
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11/ we folld his dog-like track across 1 white wood. 2 a snow covd boulder 2 whose top he h leapt f an outlook. We fancy we cd see 1 red beauty as he sat he erect as a dog facing one way & tail oter, f 1 soft snow showd [[strikethrough]] Marks o t balls his feet made as he shiftd [[/strikethrough]] 1 circle he h made in movg fing prints o his [[strikethrough]] his[[\strikethrough]] feet & his bushy tail.
[[preprinted]] [[left margin]] [[R shaped symbol]] [[/left margin]] DR. CLINTON I. BAGG, 67 W. 45th STREET, N. Y. Office Hours: 9 to 11 A. M., 5 to 7:30 P. M. Telephone call, 1205-38th ST. WM. METTENHEIMER, PH. D., Apothecary and Chemist, 794 Sixth Ave., N. E. Cor. 45th ST., N. Y. Telephone Call, 1205-38th ST. [[dotted line across page]] [[left margin]] [[R shaped symbol]] [[/left margin]] Rx DR. CLINTON I. BAGG, 67 W. 45th STREET, N. Y. Office Hours: 9 to 11 A. M., 5 to 7:30 P. M. Telephone call, 1205-38th ST. WM. METTENHEIMER, PH. D., Apothecary and Chemist, 794 Sixth Ave., N. E. Cor. 45th ST., N. Y. Telephone Call, 1205-38th ST. [[/preprinted]]
Beyond the Robin homestead is a spot where we can still hear the whirs of the Ruffed Grouse that rose from it one long past day in May. In these woods Partridges were not looked at as ^[[insertion]] sportsman's [[/insertion]] game [[strikethrough]] to be shot and eaten [[/strikethrough]], but as the choicest of the wild spirits of the woods to be attracted and guarded with [[ any device?]] & care; honored guests for whom a feast was [[elganty?]] spread. At the sound of the drumming of the cocks ^[[insertion]]in the wood [[/insertion]] both child & man would stop to listen & ^[[insertion]] in winter [[/insertion]] when the shy birds drew near the house for their food [[strikethrough]] in winter [[/strikethrough]] they were watched behind closed blinds with bated breath. In summer, motherly Partridges [[strikethrough]] with [[/strikethrough]] were sometimes seen with
4/their downy broods strawberrying in the [[strikethrough]] forest [[/strikethough]] meadow bordering the [[strikethrough]] wood [[/strikethrough]] [[insertion]] forest [[/insertion]], but [[strikethrough]] their nests were rarely found [[/strikethrough]] our [[strikethrough]] childhood [[/strikethrough]] search f nests had been in vain. Th[[line]]is day, however,[[strikethrough]] follg [[westig?]] [[/strikethrough]] [[whirring?]]in through the brush to the spot from which the bird had flown - there, at the foot of a bush lay [[underline]] twelve white eggs! [[/underline]] What a ^ [[insertion]] luxurious [[/insertion]] sight! No meagre clutch of three or four - with [[strikethrough]] incredulous eyes [[/strikethrough]] [[insertion above]] marvelling [[strikethrough]] niytes [[/strikethrough]] eyes [[/insertion above]] [[insertion below]] not one fell short [[/insertion below]] they were [[strikethrough]] again [[/strikethrough]] counted over -[[strikethrough]] yes, [[/strikethrough]] ^ twelve [[strikethrough]] [[insertion]] eggs [[/insertion]] and [[/strikethrough]] as big as hens eggs ^ [[insertion For]] [[strikethrough]] they seemed [[/strikethrough]] gauged by those of the small songsters of the branches. All other clutches were ^ [[insertion]] instantly [[/insertion]] dwarfed by the sight. No confining coil held these ^ [[insertion]] choice [[/insertion]] eggs; they seemed a free gift to the wood, laid on Mother Earth's open hand. To show that our entrusion had been with no ungentle thought ^ [[insertion]] & assure [[strikethrough]] the [[/strikethrough]] our guest of her welcome [[/insertion]] we hastened to scatter food about the nest [[insertion]] & left [[/insertion]] [[strikethrough]] leaving [[/strikethrough]] a [[pilatus?]] filled with grain where she would
5/ surely find it as she strolled about. Then, lest passersby disturb her, for the remaining days of her brooding we forebore to cross her path. When wanting to indulge the rare pleasure of seeing her on the nest we crept into the bushes at a distance and watched her silently through the leaves. Poor mother! Did her heart throb as she crouched lower over her nest at the ominous footfalls in the woods? [[strikethrough]] Are [[/strikethrough]] Were her ears trained so she c[[strikethrough]] an [[/strikethrough]] d tell them all apart - not merely as friend or enemy but [[strikethrough]] as a [[/strikethrough]] to distinguish the thrush hopping over the leaves, [[/strikethrough]] a [[/strikethrough]] the squirrel nosing about for fresh eggs, the dog fatally trained, & his master with the gun? She seemed surrounded by dangers, but yet, as she brooded at the foot of the ^[[insertion]]sheltering [[/insertion]] beech [[strikethrough]] s [[/strikethrough]] the [[strikethrough]] seemed [[/strikethrough]] ^[[insertion]] little bird looked [[/insertion]] to be among friends.
6 Her eggs were laid in a [[strikethrough]]peo [[/strikethrough]]hollow between [[strikethrough]] the [[/strikethrough]] protecting roots, the tree [[strikethrough]] lent[[/strikethrough]] cast [[insert]]^over [[/insert]] her the disguise of its gray robe, and the earth with its brown leaves concealed her form. The sun too, slanting through the leaves, did its part in caring for her safety for its light on the [[insert]]^brown [[/insert]] leaves made the white [[strikethrough]] feather markings [[/strikethrough]] touches on her dress appear as dappling light in the dim forest. [[strikethrough]] Prolic [[?]] [[/strikethrough]] Under [[strikethrough]] frolicking [[/strikethrough]] shielding branches /[[strikethrough]] little partridges [[/strikethrough]] downy [[?]] brood broke through their shells, were fed at the[[underline]] foot of [[the?]] [[end page]] [[start page]] 7) off end of the shell was neatly tucked. It is also [[insert]] so [[/insert]] sad to see the last of a little family one has watched +[[strikethrough]] and[[/strikethrough]] it seemed as if the old tree must miss the patient mother who had brooded so long & trustingly at her feet.
6) Her eggs were laid in a [[strikethrough]]feo [[/strikethrough]] hollow between [[strikethrough]]the[[/strikethrough]] roots, the tree cast over her the disguise of its gray robe, and the earth with its brown leaves concealed her form. The sun too, slanting through the leaves, did its part in caring for her safety for its light on the brown leaves made the white [[strikethrough]] feather markings [[/strikethrough]] [[?]] on her dress appear as dappling light in the dim forest. [[strikethrough]] [[?]] [[/strikethrough]] Under [[strikethrough]] frolicking [[/strikethrough]] sheilding branches [[strikethrough]] little partridges [[/strikethrough]] dowrus [[?]] brood broke through their shells, were fed at the foot of the bush, & played about its roots, taught, as their their mothers' chicks, to hide among the leaves. When [[strikethrough]] they were [[/strikethrough]] birds had from three eggs remained unbothered, and [[insert]] oddly enough inside [[strikethrough]] the [[/strikethrough]] each [[strikethrough]] the [[/strikethrough]] empty shell[strikethrough]]s[[/strikethrough]] as with the thought of a neat housewife, the broken
9) home into / [[strikethrough]] woods [[/strikethrough]] timber. [[strikethrough]] On our walks in / woods one[[/strikethrough]] Protected as /ey are / woods w well populated x only by [[strikethrough]] so [[/strikethrough]] / small [[beasties?]] of / little feathered folk. In our walks ad / wdld circuit one season we ^[[discovd]] [[strikethrough]] fd [[/strikethrough]] 32 nests- [[insert]]^5+ / an we]] [[strikethrough]]/one[[/strikethrough]] fd ^[[w/fields &]] [[strikethrough]]out[[/strikethrough]] around / house & barns, the total count of / summer being 59 nests. The commonest ones in / woods W /reco / R.C.V. One by one we discovd / em till at last [[strikethrough]]we be[[/strikethrough]] ^[[/ by numbered]] 7,& it seemed as if / silvery birch bark cradles w hung beside every path, of ^[[/ & so common]] [[strikethrough]] each w a welcome[[/strikethrough]] each new one ^ [[for us]] [[strikethrough]] fd w in [[/strikethrough]] a thrill & pleasure as it took [[end page]]
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10[strikethrough]] all & it 2 [[/strikethrough]])its place among the pleasant memories stored up on the way. One in particl stands out ^[[insertion]] after nearly 10 yrs [[/insertion]][[strikethrough]] in retrospect as an attraction[[/strikethrough]]& still serves [[strikethrough]] as " [[/strikethrough]] 2 [[strikethrough]] call [[/strikethrough]] draw me down a certain sunny crossroad in the woods. The slender leafy limb fr wh ^[[insertion]]the silvery cradle[[/insertion]] [[strikethrough]] it [[/strikethrough]] hung [[strikethrough]]projectd w out[[?]] across[[/strikethrough]] ^[[insertion]]low over[[/insertion]] [[strikethrough]] across [[/strikethrough]] the narrow road [[strikethrough]] low ovrhead & pull by gently pullg down the tip I cd watch the[[/strikethrough]] & ^[[insertion]]day after day[[/insertion]] [[unrebusd?]]by the [[pustful?]] birds I [[strikethough]]cd[/strikethrough]] used 2 pull ^[[insertion]]the tip o the bough gently[[/insertion]] down [[strikethrough]]the bough & watch the L[[/strikethrough]] look in the nest, first at the pretty white eggs [[within?]] dark wreaths and [[then?]] at the ^[[insertion]]hungry[[/insertion]] nestlings
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11/ ready 2 open their bills ^ [[insertion]]at the least [[jarrgo?]][[/insertion]] [[strikethrough]] as [[/strikethrough]] their basket. [[strikethrough]] w jarred. [[/strikethrough]] [[Virios?]] r such confidg birds & its such a pleasure 2 b allowd 2 share the [[mothers?]] pride & happiness n her [[strikethough]] house & [[/strikethrough]] brood [[strikethrough]]s[[/strikethrough]] & the nest s a sunny spot n my memory [[marking?]] peacefully happy hours spent beside the pretty house n the soft green [[broken line drawn horizontally across page]] light o the tender [[?]] undergrowth will also be a sunny spot in my memory. ^[[insertion]][[Olribde?]] nests must be 6 [[mus?]] abreast & 6 they ro [[busidy?]] 2 find one in lilies o valley & one in myrtle.[[/insertion]] Next 2 the [[Virios/Redsts?]] nests w the most easily fd & so could among the commonest on our list. Of these we fd six on our circuit. How difft. ^[[insertion]]for the memory o [[?]][[/insertion]] [[strikethrough]] their builders s fr t o 1 [[/strikethrough]] quiet deliberate[[strikethrough]] confide [[/strikethrough]]greenlets &
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23/ the trim little builder made a pretty picture as she came ^[[airily]] trippg [[strikethrough]] along [[/strikethrough]] home 2 her [[strikethrough]] work [[/strikethrough]] ^[[insertion]]nest[[/insertion]]. Her tail w perked up ^ [[insertion]] jauntily [[/insertion]] & [[strikethrough]] fr her bill ^ [[insertion]] as a ^ [[insertion]] low [[/insertion]] shield ready 2 her ft [[/insertion]] hung a skeleton leaf maple leaf. [[/strikethrough]] her bill w full o skeleton leaves ^ [[insertion]] soft & their f compost[[/insertion]] f [[strikethrough]] wet [[/strikethrough]] flooring. Once she came wi a whole skeleton maple leaf hangg fr her bill 2 her ft- ^ [[insertion]] li [[/insertion]] a gt shield. On enterg the nest she laid [[strikethrough]]down her [[/strikethrough]] lay on the floor [[strikethrough]] mouldg [[/strikethrough]] & ^ [[insertion]] proceeded 2 [[/insertion]] flatten it down by the same mouldy process a/w bds use in mating [[strikethrough]] modellg [[/strikethrough]]^[[insertion]]mating[[/insertion]] (in cup nests ^[[insertion]]solid &[[/insertion]] 2) [[strikethrough]] & hard 2 form. [[/strikethrough]] [[insertion]]She workd rapidly 2 w being a long interval from 2 6 gone f material[[/insertion]] the no. o leaves she used [[strikethrough]][[insertion]] in this way [[/insertion]] f her flo [[/strikethrough]] w aston f [[strikethrough]] fr [[/strikethrough]] [[insertion]] ni [[/insertion these thin tissue paper layers her coreeach floor w alue [[insertion]] a [[/insertion]] glassy [[strikethrough]] in its [[/strikethrough]] [[insertion]] bowl of [[/insertion]] smoothness & [[insertion]] hardness [[/insertion]] perfection. She & I[[?]] [[strikethrough]] some [[strikethrough]] [[insertion]] a little [[insertion]] hair 2 ber leaf [[strikethrough]] Sometimes [[/strikethrough]] lining & one long straw lay on the outside [[two connected lines separate the next words]] oven w so deep [[strikethrough]]the[[/strikethrough]] Mum she w working [[insertion]] inside [[/insertion]] at the back [[strikethrough]] o the oven w so [[/strikethrough]]she cd & 6 sew placidly.[[?]] [[insertion]] Bef fly off[[/insertion]] [[strikethrough]] Sometimes [[/strikethrough]]
24) [[strikethrough]] she sat w [[/strikethrough]] f material she wd sometimes sit ^ [[insertion]] in / nest [[/insertion]] lkg out f a moment when ^ [[insertion]] we cd see [[/insertion]] her dark eyes / [[image - V inside another V]] lines o her crown & her spotted breast [[strikethrough]] [[insertion]] she [[/insertion]] made a pretty picture. [[/strikethrough]] On comg out she [[strikethrough]] wd [[/strikethrough]] ^ [[insertion]] sometimes [[/insertion]] stopd in / doorway a moment - pretty little householder - [[strikethrough]] She often [[/strikethrough]] /o she generally walkd 2 [[strikethrough]] wd [[/strikethrough]] the nest fr some little distance she wd often fly away fr / vry threshold. [[strikethrough]] Whether she [[/strikethrough]] Did she /ink herself & cousfie wi watl n her bill or w it [[caried?]] 2 carry watl walkg (an flyg? [[symbol for: new paragraph]] She ^ [[insertion]] seemed 2 [[/insertion]] be far from, at all events. [[strikethrough]] When I b movd [[maure?]] / most than [[/strikethrough]] She w 20 at cant. After a little I venturd 2 move nearer the nest. [[strikethrough]] b /o [[/strikethrough]] she noticed / change & flew 2 / top o a stump & stretchd up [[strikethrough]] f a [[/strikethrough]] 2 [[insertion]] see me better. [[/insertion]] [[strikethrough]] lk at us [[/strikethrough]] [[insertion]] & when [[/insertion]] Balder lkd at her [[strikethrough]] & [[/strikethrough]] she flew, b 2 [[strikethrough]] as [[/strikethrough]] why come rt bk 2 her work & showd x & curiosity abt us. While she w n the nest over, B got up & walkd away, b /o she [[strikethrough]] lay [[/strikethrough]] crouched low &
12/ t o the [[neri]] fluttig [[strikethrough]] little [[/strikethrough]] torches & flas n / forest. [[strikethrough]] Little fait ley put n mau [[???]][/strikethrough]] A gt surprise our [[???]] ga us on / n w [[bued?]] o / road our pily rug. My fd & I w walkg along peasiably - wi x [[eirle?]] n our hearts when suddenly out darted a mother Red [[strikethrough]] alm [[/strikethrough]] droppg 2 / gd alm at our ft cryg clif [[dotted lines leading down to next line]] [[strikethrough]] wi she [[/strikethrough]] [[insertion]] her out [[/insertion]] [[circled with line drawn]] quivg [[/circled]] wings ^ ather sides & her tail dragg on / gd [[insertion]] [[?]] 20 & it [[/insertion]] showg its yellow spots. as wi head [[strikethrough]] wrong [[/strikethrough]] [[insertion]] shakg [[/insertion]] pitifully she waild chip [[dotted lines leading to next line]]. 2 when her mind w accepted her decoy [[circled with arrow pointing to end of "wailed chip"]] promptly [[/circled]] follg her ^ 2 / bushes. [[strikethrough]] how What a transformt! [[/strikethrough]]
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13) as soon as we w to hd a few yds nto 1 bushes ^ [[insertion]] a sudden transft took place - [[/insertion]] all her tremors ceased, & she ^ [[insertion]] calmly [[/insertion]] flew up on a branch [[strikethrough]] wi perf calmness.[[/strikethrough]] But - when I cruelly went bk 2 lk f her little one she ^[[insertion]] again [[/insertion]] fell at my ft - wi / same distress. / Ro build as /ey do everything else wi [[???]] haste. [[symbol]]/less, /ey do [[strikethrough]] nest [[/strikethrough]] a good piece o work.//] Meat au auet [[ o mouldg / [[female symbol]] does! [[strikethrough]] She [[/strikethrough]] Her ^ [[insertion]] small [[/insertion]] body wi [[alive?]] f a pestle whirled n / mortar by some xternal dextrous hand. Our TL watched [[strikethrough]] tiew herself down 2 [[/strikethrough]] sat downin n / nest & spd 9 her wings & tail wi / effort, pressed her breast li a ball agt-
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14) / socket 0 / nest whirlg it bk & forth wi such a muscular effort it lkd as if she wd make a hole /2o / bottom. Sometimes she went so far down ^ [[insertion]] n / nest [[/insertion]] she [[be?]] 2 double her head bk on her neck x 2 strike it ag / edge o / cup. / outside o / nest w [[strikethrough]] made [[/strikethrough]] finished wi / sauce call. Nw n a [[dotted line across page]] crotch & ^ [[insertion]] made o fibers [[/insertion]] so nearly / color o / [[strikethrough]] her [[/strikethrough]] [[insertion]] bark it w well disguised. Sittg n / nest / skillful worker wd lean out over / edge & [[circled]] smoothe / outside wi her bek, but on one side & / eu on the othr. [[/circle]] pullg n / loose ends, minding fibres and / supptg twigs ^ 2 + 2 1 comforbt o / nest she be a leaf parasol
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15) over her head. If wn /is sauer woods + we watchd / curious case o forcible adoption love niece [[strikethrough]] a Chisus w Redstart widow whose yg faue a che W. alteurs bld I adopt [[/strikethrough]] recorded a Little Bios o/Air,/ case in Wh a [[insertion]] u old [[/insertion]] [[strikethrough]] Redst widow much often will [/strikethrough]] bachelor (?) Clesut visited on helpg a widowd Redst bring up her brood, alto she [[strikethrough]] w ready 2 drive him out o / woods f cuy bill full o food he offd her. [[/strikethrough]] Violently resented [[strikethrough]] his interfere. [[/strikethrough]] all his kind offers. Just what / secret o her animosity 2 o his putivacity it wd be hard 2 say. W her a widow whose nest he cover 2
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16) grief & who [[strikethrough]] felt do [[/strikethrough]] a kindly [[cit?]] w all waifs. On her part w a case o diff [[strikethrough]] o opinion n [[/strikethrough]] dietary opinions, or w it a case of Enoch Arden loyalty - t she wanted x one fredy her secatu [[strikethrough]] bal [[/strikethrough]] childr where he will appear af.
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44) the wit the Redst ^[[insertion]] father [[/insertion]] took in the safety o the little wren w my intg, especially in view o the remarkable [[strikethrough]]performance [[/strikethrough]] case o forcible adoption her [[strikethrough]] virtue [[/strikethrough]] watched ^ [[insertion]] later [[/insertion]] on the homeward stretch o our circuit. Then it w a Chesnut sided W who ^ [[insertion]] w the saneariton & he [[/insertion]] insisted on [[strikethrough]]fidg the[[/strikethrough]] helpg a widow Ridst find her yg [[strikethrough]] all of iln ag the her [[/strikekthrough]] also she so ready 2 [[strikethrough]] quarrel [[/strikethrough]] drive him ^[[insertion]] out o the woods [[/insertion]][[strikethrough]] off f [[/strikethrough]] every bill full he gave them. [[strikethrough]]S[[/strikethrough Chesnut-sided Wo ^[[insertion]]& Redtarts[[/insertion]] seem 2 [[strikethrough]]my[[/strikethrough]] b well worth watchg. If all they r so demure on most [[strikethrough]]week[[/strikethrough]] days o the week. I saw anothr curious passage at arms betw a Redst & Chesnut out at the end
45) o / wood's road [[strikethrough]] beyd / Part [[/strikethrough]] on / edge o / clearg. It w beyd / P; went & s to b sittg at long range vainly waitg f something to happen ^ [[insertion]] there [[/insertion]] till as I w abt to move on, thinking consolatng t at least I b provd t /re w x nests in t spot, [[insertion]] when [[/insertion]], suddenly [[strikethrough]] up flew [[/strikethrough]] a [[Chesnut?]], dashd up agt / side o a tree f bneath & back wi it [strikethrough]] into / bushes close beside me [[/strikethrough]] 2 a nest x 12 ft fr when I h sitting all / time! When I h sufft recovd fr my humil. o spt I ld at / nest wi curiosity. What a [[strikethrough]] n odd [[/strikethrough]] strange lkg ^ [insertion]] scraggly [[/insertion]] mass o dangling birch bark streamers! What an untidy lkg affair. [[strikethrough]] It suggtd a house. Suppose a [[/strikethrough]] A housewife [[insertion]] mi as well clean house by [[/insertion][[strikethrough]] shld [[/strikethrough]] puttg out
46) all her furniture on the piazza before at once beginning 2 clean [[strikeout]] g [[/strikeout]] house, as a bd 2 pile on all her matl [[watl?]] [[strikeout]] at once [[/strikeout]] in a heap n + way! Imag a Redst [[?]] having such a lookg [[?]] house! / Chesnut workd [[strikeout]] a / most distractd nervous way [[/strikeout]]. As our [[ni imag?]] fr / result - in nerv haste [[insert]] in / midst o her work she dashed up 2 a branch cot a worm lped it down [[strikeout]] with 0 t [[?]] inadequate alas f her digestion! - and started down. Ni tail perkd up & head alw jerkg fr side 2 side 2 [[strikeout]] as [[/strikeout]] [[insert]] 2 [[/insert]] [[strikeout]] she [[/strikeout]] lkd f matl [[maybe watl?]] - such a waste o nervs force! /n certainly she h a Drlsarte school fd'd f bds [[insert]] Our [[strikeout]] chick [[/strikeout]] shd x jerk, [[insert]] her hd [[/insert]]& move it n graceful [[strikeout]] ly [[/strikeout]] parabolas. [[strikeout]] If /ey [[/stikeout]]r [[/strikeout]] only knew it How much calu [[/strikeout]] What /is C need.d [[strikeout]] if she hd b known it [[/strikeout]] w 2 drop her bark, fly up on a bare twig & /ink o her ft f 5 m. She wd /en b in a proper frame o mind f nest buildng! Such bad
47/ housekeepg 2 waste news fibre n t way! B what [[strikethrough]] did he [[/strikethrough]] w his? [[strikethrough]] A female [[/strikethrough]] [[While?]] / C w away a [[strikethrough]] female [[/strikethrough]] sister R darted in, flew ag / side o / nest pulld something fr it & hurried off [[strikethrough]] as [[/strikethrough]] 2 / woods as if afd o bng cot. 3-4 times she came & helpd hers [[strikethrough]] & [[/strikethrough]]] hardly left / nest / last time when/e Chesnut [[strikethrough]] returned [[/strikethrough]] came home & gettg n / nest began 2 mould [[strikethrough]] as [[/strikethrough]] so [[?]] [[strikethrough]] as if [[/strikethrough]] she surely missd X. What a remark performance! /on long streamer o bark 2 [[certainly agrnt?]] temptation. Perhaps nest [[strikethrough - ??]] [[insertion]] Housenife? [[/insertion]] Redst argues t x bd wd b much [[??]] fr her nest, t she s really
48/ doing a [[insertion]] her slowly [[/insertion]] neighborli [[strikethrough]] ly act [[/strikethrough]] [[insertion]] a good turn [[/insertion]] w clippg leave off f her. Perhaps she argues t such wind mill streamers will attract / ^ [[insertion]] attent o / [[/insertion]] [[?]] & t she wray b savg / lives o / poor babes whose mothr exposes / em 2 such danger! As I sat ^ [[insertion]] meditating upon [[/insertion]] [[strikethrough]] reflectg on [[/strikethrough]] / ethics o bds & beasts a [[strikethrough]] wild [[/strikethrough]] chipmunk [[strikethrough]] came runng along [[/strikethrough]] [[insertion]] came up [[/insertion]] just [[?]] a Veery Thrush. She startd turnd, 1/2 scold'd & /en seeig t befd x [[?]] [[insertion]] 2 [[?]],[[strikethrough]] went on [[/strikethrough]][[?]] on across / road. He went on his way [[?]] under / brown leaves, raisg /hem up over his bk, his pretty [[strikethrough]] head [[/strikethrough]] brown [[strikethrough]] nose [[/strikethrough]]head and bright eyes appg at / mouth o / [[/]]. 2 days later,[[strikethrough]] pr [[/strikethrough]] a loose wren bristlg in birch bark / [[?]] sent h
49) [[/]] a /ing o beauty-[[strikethrough]] all(look and [[/strikeout]] / body w [[insert]] [[strikeout]] solid nest [[/strikeout]][[/insert]] compact + [[insert]] + [[?]] [[/insert]] / hangg ends / back w neatly combd down at / bottom while / nest its w lined in horse hair. Bif long 3 pretty white eggs, in brown wreathed ad 1 larger ends, w laid n 1 nest, + I went 2 watch / little mother at her broodg. [[Strikethrough]] Bif 1[[/strikethrough] h x b /n long bif n came / R peekg + pryg as if in evil intent. B [[strikethrough]] /is Cl twice / C [[?]] [[/strikethrough]] her [[strikethrough]] [[?]][[/strikethrough]] [[?]] must h b already discovd f [[strikethrough]] /C [[/strikethrough]] [[?]] did x /C bound out o / nest + [[??]] off in a trice. While / is [[?]] b going on I [[?]] alw b well hidden, leang agt one
50) havg another on one side & a ^[[insertion]] heavy [[/insertion]] leaf[[strikethrough]] y [[/strikethrough]] screen n front o me b now /o I walked out boldly opposite / nest / little builder w x at all troubled b ^[[insertion]] after [[strikethrough]] peer [[/strikethrough]] clingg atill o a maple twig to peer at me a moment [[/insertion]] went bk [[strikethrough]] 2 her eggs, [[/strikethrough]] climbd nto her nest & settld down n / deep [[strikethrough]] cup, [[/strikethrough]] bowl where her white chin tiltd up ab / white birch bark o / nest [[strikethrough]] & her brown [[/strikethrough]] nconspic fr below & her brownish back covg / cup ^[[insertion]] as a brown leaf [[/insertion]] completd / disguise fr above
How / complexion o [[strikeout]] nature [[/strikeout]] a forest changes in [[insert]] observes [[/insert]] advancg yrs! /w its a gt playgd, wh / child [[?]] in its own fancies /in it becomes a wonderful [[?]] [[strikethough]] full o its own [[/strikethrough]] a fairyld n [[?]] fact; / in as / 2c natt wonders from 2 commonplaces, it becomes a beloved fd. [[bottom of page]] [[list]] {imag t - 2cientif - [[?]] - [[?]]
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1) Far away n / north lies an old ^[[insertion]] sunny [[/insertion]] wood ad wh cluster ^[[insertion]] [[symbol]] choice [[/insertion]] memories ^[[insertion]] w interwoven / fancies o child. / unfoldg s joys & sorrows [[strikethrough]] o remarks & [[?]] lips [[/strikethrough]] reachg bk fr childhood's earliest hours. [[strikethrough]] o many years gone by. [[/strikethrough]] [[strikethrough]] Drivn as / [[?g]] Out o / shade Fr / dim [[/strikethrough]] /ro / haze o days long past chilren's forms n [[strikethrough]] seen [[/strikethrough]] vaguely seen among / shadowy tree's folly a [[strikethrough]] little [[/strikethrough]] ^[[insertion]] dappled [[/insertion]] fawn whose tinckling bell [[strikethrough]] as [[/strikethrough]] had a magic [[strikethrough]] sound [[/strikethrough]] ring /o / [[strikethrough]] greenwood o halls o [[/strikethrough]] green aisles o / forest memory. [[strikethrough]] / same childrens form ^[[insertion]] again [[/insertion]] Little feet ^[[insertion]] are [[/insertion]] treading / woodland paths and childrens voices echd /ro / [[/strikethrough]]
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2) [[underline]] In / forest [[/underline]] [[strikethrough]] Here, [[/strikethrough]] eager eyes playing wi fancies [[strikethrough]] marvelld at / white Ind pipes [[/strikethrough]] weave, [[strikethrough]] searchd found [[insertion]] gave [[/strikthrough]] peopled / woods [[/insertion]] [[strikethrough]] homes f / wi fairies [[/strikethrough]] - green moss cushions along / path w /eir couches, scarlet lichen pitchers /eir elfin goblets, & mossy rings /eir [[insertion]] {platforms [[/insertion]] circles f moonlight dances. Big eyes gazed [[insertion]] [[strikethrough]] wonderingly [[/strikethrough]] [[/insertion]] at / magic Ind pipes, fairy & Ind & flower all minglg n / [[strikethrough]] wonder ^ [[insertion]] at [[/strikethrough]] of / stamp [[/insertion]] the strange snowy [[strikethrough]] bells [[/strikethrough]] risg out o / brown earth. Ag [[strikethrough]] children's [[/strikethrough]] little feet are ^[[insertion]] eagerly [[/insertion]] treadg [insertion]] & little hands long [strikethrough]] 2 fill /eir baskets w 2 [[galus?]] [[/strikethrough]] [[/insertion]] / wdland paths [[strikethrough]] f [[/strikethrough]] / [[strikethrough]] wonderful marvelous [[/strikethrough]] wild flowers t so marvellously ^[[insertion]] spring up 2 [[/insertion]] gladden the bare winter woods.
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3) B Always marvelling at each new beauty [[strikethrough]]found in/[[/strikethrough]] discovered in / [[strikethrough]]? spring wld [[/strikethrough]] unfoldg wld, / [[strikethrough]]little [[/strikethrough] small hands are stayed in reverent awe, + / let [[arrow insert]] delicate [[/arrow insert]] spring beauty tenderly plucked + [[arrow insert]][[strikethrough]][[?]] by / [[??]][[/strikethrough]][[/arrow insert]] touched by / children's lips in memory o / little angel sister who [[arrow insert]] used to gather [[/arrow insert]][[strikethrough]] loved / [[/strikethrough]] wild flowers in / wood. Each [[strikethrough]] spring [[/strikethrough]] blossom be a place o [[?]] own / children's fancy. / delicate spg beauty [[arrow insert]] w / priceless o / [[?]] all [[/arrow insert]] its slender stem bearg its [[strikethrough]] delicately [[?]][[/strikethrough]] gentlefaced fruit + [[?]] bells; / [[strikethrough]] dear [[/strikethrough]] purple [[?]] - / w 2 b fd in [[strikethrough]] some [[/strikethrough]] certain well [[/strikethrough]] ?? [[/strikethrough]] sheltered dell,
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4) nestling close in / breast o [[strikethrough]] [[?]][[/strikethrough]] / dear earth s one o / bestloved flowers; / [[strikethrough]] strange gt. clusters o graceful[[/strikethrough]] graceful ladies + gentlemen clustered at / ft o / trees [[arrow insert]] [[?]] on / in snowy stalks al / in fine green [[?]][[/arrow insert]]seems courtly lords and dances; / adder tongue in its coarsely spottd [[?]] + [[arrow insert]] long [[/arrow insert]][[strikethrough]] strange [[/strikethrough]] darting tongues s a strange flower one must grow 2 love; tall bowed Soloman's Seal [[?]] a [[?]] [[arrow insert]] dignitary [[/arrow insert]] [[strikethrough]] stranger [[/strikethrough]] o / wood. [[arrow insert]] scarlet [[/arrow insert]] / [[arrow insert]] o all of Partridge berry in one o / favorite Fox Hill wisely taught 2 learn / berries f / partridges + x [[?]] of moss on logs. [[Image --Horizontal Line ]] An old mossy [[?]] $ / small Experiences o older brothers in [[?]] o / woods [[?]] + [[?]] [[strikethrough]]2 each fact[[/strikethrough]] 2 hill + dale. Owl hill [[arrow insert]] whose [[?]][[/arrow insert]] [[strikethrough]] [[?]][[/strikethrough]]
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5) dimly seen fo / road below [[strikethrough]] become [[/strikethrough]] has a glamour o mystery / own [[?]] by / wise bd [[insert]] o night [[/insert]] who once hooted / [[?]] + hearg [[?]] b heard. Fox hill swamp made dear 2 child, [[?]] by / red Reynard who w once seen / [[?]] running /o /woods. [[Strikethrough]] Here old swamp and one coverd / woods w filld in vague [[strikeout]] terrible [[?]] [[/strikethrough]] imaging o [[insert]] horrors by / [[strikethrough]] twilight [[/strikethrough]]fret + / [[?]] where [[strikethrough]] ridg [[/strikethrough]] horsebk [[strikethrough]] /n [[/strikethrough]] n / woods at twilight [[?]] over heard a gt crashg [[strikeout]] as o a Bruin [[/strikeout] w/n / brush + her horse h b terrified as by a Bruin passg by. [[End of Page]] [[ Beginning of Next Page]] Each place where / brother [[strikethrough]] must [[/strikethrough]] led because dear --- [[insert]] chronicled as [[/insert]] frantic [[insert]] n necessry [[/insert]] because
5/ dimly seen fr / road below [[strikethrough]] become [[/strikethrough]] has a glamor & mystery /own over it by / wise bd ^ [[insertion]] o night [[/insertion]] who once hootd /re & may ag b heard. Fox Hill swamp w made dear 2 childs imag by / red Reynard who w once seen /re running /ro / woods. [[strikethrough]] Here old swamp h ofn mem [[/strikethrough]] Guardd by / older brother who cd venture [strikethrough]] any where in / wood [[/strikethrough]] [[insert]] by / big brother [[/insert]] 2 any forest depth a little sister used 2 [[strikethrough]] play [[/strikethrough]] come ^ [[insert]] taught 2 crown / gt mossy logs wi [[/insert]] [[strikethrough]] makg [[strikethough and insert]] buildg [[/strikethough and insert]] moss houses for / 4 ftd playfellow [[strikethrough]] on / gt [[/strikethrough]] Each place where / brother [[strikethough]] went [[/strikethrough]] led became dear - beautif ^ [[insert]] [[decided?]] as n [[necessary?]] [[/insert]] because
And one fact turn & / woods too and One comes o / woods w filld in vague [[strikeout]] myth [[/strikeout]] [[insert]] [[strikeout]] terrible [[/strikeout]] [[/insert]] imagining ^ [[insert]] o [[strikeout]] terror [[/strikeout]] horror [[/insert]] by / [[strikeout]] twilightd [[/strikeout]] fact t / [[?]] when [[strikeout]] ridg [[/strikeout]] horsebk [[strikeout]] /ru [[/strikeout]] [[?]] woods at twilight [[?]] over head a gt crashg [[strikeout]] as o a Bruin [[/strikeout]] /ru / bush & [[?]] horse [[ h 6 ]] terrified as by a Bruin passing by.
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7/ wonderful flower folk t spg up /o / [[emerald??]] greenwood home & [[strikethrough]] / [[/strikethrough]] fairy folk & [[strikethrough]] strange [[/strikethrough]] ^ [[insert]] huge grizzly [[/insert]] beasts 2 b braved n /ier dens becomes a [[strikethrough]] veritable w [[beechen??]] simple [[/strikethrough]] wood [[strikethrough]] x [[/strikethrough]] less full o fancies & marvels b a wood [[insert]] ?? [[/insert]] o trees ^[[wi names and coats o varied kind]] silken white birches t [[strikethrough]] gleam n / sun [[/strikethrough]] c b ^[[easily]] picked out fr / rest, smooth ^ [[insert]] strt [[/insert]] beeches, & rough maple & ash, [[strikethrough]] harder 2 tell [[/strikethrough]] [[insert]] wi coats puzzlgly alike [[/insert]] & butternut [[strikethrough]] wi [[/strikethrough]] t [[strikethrough]] stands [[/strikethrough]] triumphtly b told, leaves o difft forms bark [[insert without ^]] cobwebs o wonderful patterns & woven + than wld [[butterflies?]] [[insert without ^]] buds leaves & del diffts f / taster; a wood ^[[whose branches]] full o [[strikethrough]] strange [[/strikethrough]] little songsters each wi diff voice, dress & home. On a winter snow shoe walk n / woods comes a [[?]] o new info At last [[strikethrough]] a wood [[/strikethrough]] as / [[insert]] winter [[?]] [[/insert]] ftprints n / snow reveal a wood full o
[[preprinted]] [[left margin]] ℞ [[symbol for Rx]] [[/left margin]] DR. CLINTON I. BAGG, 67 W. 45th STREET, N. Y. Office Hours: 9 to 11 A. M., 5 to 7:30 P. M. Telephone call, 1205-38th ST. WM. METTENHEIMER, PH. D., Apothecary and Chemist, 794 Sixth Ave., N. E. Cor. 45th ST., N. Y. Telephone Call, 1205-38th ST. [[dotted line across page]] [[left margin]] ℞ [[symbol for Rx]] [[/left margin]] DR. CLINTON I. BAGG, 67 W. 45th STREET, N. Y. Office Hours: 9 to 11 A. M., 5 to 7:30 P. M. Telephone call, 1205-38th ST. WM. METTENHEIMER, PH. D., Apothecary and Chemist, 794 Sixth Ave., N. E. Cor. 45th ST., N. Y. Telephone Call, 1205-38th ST. [[/preprinted]]
8) multitudes and little unseen furry [[foresters?]]. Whis [[??]] wd b dreamed + n / woods [[??]] /ve w walkg down a[[??]] full [[strikethrough]] o busy [[/strikethrough]] workers, o [[&?]] sleepy after /eir nights work & play. [[there is an unmarked insertion above "busy" that looks like "/ tunnels o"]] [[Here??]] s and be wld 2 b known - f each footprint n / snow tells a diff story - some delightful little creatures wi curious ways. I know [[insert]] ?? [[/insert]] [[??]] [[insert]] leafg [[/insert]] sq white rabbit, [[insert]] & red [[/insert]] fox - a world [[strikethrough] full [[/striketrhough]] o [[insert]] & an owls ?? dropped again [[/insert]] night [[insert]] forbidden ?? fruit [[/insert]] all unknown. + (that) intg /an fairy dance a sight + 2 b [[??]] Oh 2 stay out all night in a tree top while / [[insert]] little [[/insert]] strangersHow x and frolich below! Eventually as / [strikethrough]] knowledge & love [[/strikethrough]] yg eyes opend 2 / [[strikethrough]] beautios [[/strikethrough]] wonders o / wood - what a day is it when /
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9) It s discovd t ferns [[strikethrough]] bloom [[/strikethrough]] & moss bloom - cobwebs o wondrous pattern & worms b turned into butterflies. [[strikethrough]] Ag / woods takes on new wonder Thi knowl [[/strikethrough]] thi [[strikethrough]] a [[/strikethrough]] knowl o its flowers & birds fr a [[fl?]] playgd & school / [[strikethrough]] was [[/strikethrough]] forest becomes a [[strikethrough]] best loved [[/strikethrough]] house evg [[patte?]] o wh s loved f [[strikethrough]] its [[/strikethrough]] some [[strikethrough]] ?? [[/strikethrough]] evig [[??]] & its own, each phase o wh [[insert]] storm sunshine, writes ofg [[/insert]] brings its own delights. Each turn [[strikethrough]] o known as [[/strikethrough]] marks / [[strikethrough]] home?? o ?? [[/strikethrough]] bloomg 0 some flower, / nesting o some bird
[[preprinted]] WM. METTENHEIMER, PH. D., Apothecary and Chemist, 794 Sixth Ave., N. E. Cor. 45th ST., N. Y. Telephone Call, 1205-38th ST. [[dotted line across page]] [[left margin]] ℞ [[symbol for Rx]] [[/left margin]] DR. CLINTON I. BAGG, 67 W. 45th STREET, N. Y. Office Hours: 9 to 11 A. M., 5 to 7:30 P. M. Telephone call, 1205-38th ST. WM. METTENHEIMER, PH. D., Apothecary and Chemist, 794 Sixth Ave., N. E. Cor. 45th ST., N. Y. Telephone Call, 1205-38th ST. [[/preprinted]]
10 | woods w a gt pleasure garden after summer [[strikethrough]] showers [[/strikethrough]] rains where | [[strikethrough]] boug [[/strikethrough]] green branches w [[overwritten]] boughed [[/overwritten]] bowed low if w a childlike pleasure 2 shake | round drops n showers & also a glad surprise 2 see how the brillet mushrooms & toadstools spg up on the logs & | logs | lichens bloomed out on | st [[boles?]] in green & gold. [[end page]] [[start page]] Our gt swamp ^[[insertion]] in summer [[/insertion]] full o rare delight fr its high brakes & gt mossy logs n winter w a favorite snow shoe path winding n & out [[strikethrough]] under among [[/strikethrough]] | low heavily laden boughs o small hemlocks. In autumn, when | glory o | red maples had faded | woods made
[[preprinted]] [[left margin]] ℞ [[symbol for Rx]] [[/left margin]] DR. CLINTON I. BAGG, 67 W. 45th STREET, N. Y. Office Hours: 9 to 11 A. M., 5 to 7:30 P. M. Telephone call, 1205-38th ST. WM. METTENHEIMER, PH. D., Apothecary and Chemist, 794 Sixth Ave., N. E. Cor. 45th ST., N. Y. Telephone Call, 1205-38th ST. [[dotted line across page]] [[left margin]] ℞ [[symbol for Rx]] [[/left margin]] DR. CLINTON I. BAGG, 67 W. 45th STREET, N. Y. Office Hours: 9 to 11 A. M., 5 to 7:30 P. M. Telephone call, 1205-38th ST. WM. METTENHEIMER, PH. D., Apothecary and Chemist, 794 Sixth Ave., N. E. Cor. 45th ST., N. Y. Telephone Call, 1205-38th ST. [[/preprinted]]
11) w deep in rustling beech leaves of golden brown. In rare seasons | whole woods [[strikethrough]] turned [[/strikethrough]] faded 2 soft [[strikethrough]] gold [[/strikethrough]] beech yellow & by moonlight yg [[loms?]] wi h wandered |ro | golden aisles ^[[inserted]] {covered shrouded ?]] wi a mellow golden light. [[end page]] [[start page]] When | forest s clothed n green & freed fr cloud | sun [[strikethrough]] creeps [[/strikethrough]] steals in growing & till all | greenwood s glad wi l- [[end page]] [[start page--pasted over the bottom of previous page]] Each gt tree stdg about along an old crossroad in | woods its fellows [[insertion]] gray birches - blue ring [[/insertion]] in | wood bec a [[insertion]] personal [[/insertion]] fd; 4 w esplly marked in | woods. [[strikeout]] One An gra old hemlock standg on | edge o FH swamp stood recalld [[?]] [[/strikeout]]
11) w deep in rustling beech leaves o golden brown. In rare seasons / whole woods [[strikeout]] turned [[/strikeout]] faded 2 soft [[strikeout]] gold [[/strikeout]] [[beech yellow ]] & by moonlight yg [[loms?]] wi h wandered /ro / golden aisles ^ [[{covered shrouded [[?]] ]] wi a mellow golden light. When / forest s clothed n green & freed fr cloud / sun [[strikeout]] creeps [[/strikeout]] steals n growg & [[blank space]] till all / greenwood s glad wi light - /en fades & retreats behds its clouds [[strikeout]] till / [[/strikeout]] ^ [[palpitating heart o / forest]] [[strikeout]] seems 2 palpitate wi joy & sorrow [[/strikeout]] s / counterpart o [[strikeout]]lifes sorrow & joys [[/strikeout]] / human heart in its
[[preprinted]] [[left margin]] ℞ [[symbol for Rx]] [[/left margin]] DR. CLINTON I. BAGG, 67 W. 45th STREET, N. Y. Office Hours: 9 to 11 A. M., 5 to 7:30 P. M. Telephone call, 1205-38th ST. WM. METTENHEIMER, PH. D., Apothecary and Chemist, 794 Sixth Ave., N. E. Cor. 45th ST., N. Y. Telephone Call, 1205-38th ST. [[dotted line across page]] [[left margin]] ℞ [[symbol for Rx]] [[/left margin]] DR. CLINTON I. BAGG, 67 W. 45th STREET, N. Y. Office Hours: 9 to 11 A. M., 5 to 7:30 P. M. Telephone call, 1205-38th ST. WM. METTENHEIMER, PH. D., Apothecary and Chemist, 794 Sixth Ave., N. E. Cor. 45th ST., N. Y. Telephone Call, 1205-38th ST. [[/preprinted]]
12) [[strikethrough]] [[stet]] Beside [[/stet]] [[/strikethrough]] ^ [[a wood's road]] On a hillside when / [[strikethrough]] thunders [[/strikethrough]] [[veereos?]] sang [[strikethrough]] stood [[/strikethrough]] / two sisters - gt maples straight & tall [[strikethrough]] standg [[/strikethrough]] ^[[stood side by side]] in quiet dignity. This w a sunny [[diced?]] wood of one old Hemlock stood on / edge of Fox Hill Swamp & fr its brown needle carpet [[strikethrough]] under [[/strikethrough]] wi / sun siftg /ro its droopg branches [[strikethrough]] rich [[/strikethrough]] ^ [[it w easy 2 dream our ]] memories [[strikethrough]] came & adv [[/strikethrough]] / noble & evergreen forests ^ [[o / nets?]]. At its foot w ones o / best places 2 watch / joy warblers t flittd / w /ro / wood f /ly loud / sunny saplings t [[strikethrough]][[stet]] stood [[stet]] rose n / swamp, [[/strikethrough]] ^[[among]] & ab / mossy logs & high ferns o / swamp. Here too / winter wren's ^[[rippling]] song [[strikethrough]] [[rechoed?]] [[/strikethrough]] rang bk &
11) [[strikeout paragraph]] many evergreen forests w a choice nstg place on / short needles under at its foot under its droopg branches [[/strikeout paragraph]] This w a sunny diced woods of one old hemlock stood on / edge o Fox Hill Swamp & fr its brown needle carpet [[strikeout]] under [[/strikeout]] wi / sun siftg /ro its droopg branches ^ [[ it w easy 2 dream ones]] ^ [[strikeout]] rich [[/strikeout]] memories [[strikeout]] came & adv [[/strikeout]] / noble & evergreen forests ^ [[o /nets?]]. At its foot w one o / best places 2 watch / joy warblers t flittd /ro / wood f [[ /ry loud?]] / sunny saplings t [[strikeout]] [[stet]] stood [[/stet]] rose n / swamp, [[/strikeout]] ^[[among]] & ab / mossy logs & high ferns o / swamp. Here too / winter wren's ^[[rippling]] song [[strikeout]] rechoed [[/strikeout]] rang bk &
[[preprinted]] [[left margin]] ℞ [[symbol for Rx]] [[/left margin]] DR. CLINTON I. BAGG, 67 W. 45th STREET, N. Y. Office Hours: 9 to 11 A. M., 5 to 7:30 P. M. Telephone call, 1205-38th ST. [[left margin]] ℞ [[symbol for Rx]] [[/left margin]] DR. CLINTON I. BAGG, 67 W. 45th STREET, N. Y. Office Hours: 9 to 11 A. M., 5 to 7:30 P. M. Telephone call, 1205-38th ST. WM. METTENHEIMER, PH. D., Apothecary and Chemist, 794 Sixth Ave., N. E. Cor. 45th ST., N. Y. Telephone Call, 1205-38th ST. [[dotted line across page]] [[left margin]] ℞ [[symbol for Rx]] [[/left margin]] DR. CLINTON I. BAGG, 67 W. 45th STREET, N. Y. Office Hours: 9 to 11 A. M., 5 to 7:30 P. M. Telephone call, 1205-38th ST. WM. METTENHEIMER, PH. D., Apothecary and Chemist, 794 Sixth Ave., N. E. Cor. 45th ST., N. Y. Telephone Call, 1205-38th ST. [[/preprinted]]
13/ forth. In another part o / woods, spaced fr all the trees w / gt elm - / largest noblest tree n / forest - risng so strt + high ^[[ab / woods]] child asked if 'God [[strikethrough]] dwelt [[/strikethrough]] ^ [[lived]] up /re.' Gradually / life o / forest fr being a /ing apart grew closer nto / ^ [[child's level]] life o / spirit, new meaning ^ [[began 2 b read into]] [[strikeout]] w [[/strikeout]] read nto ^[[sermons n stories]] [[strikeout]]each [[/strikeout]] / life o / forest. / grand old trees wi roots reachg deep [[strikeout]] wi/in / [[/strikeout]] for a firm [[?]] risg strt high twd / heavens [[gi?]] [[strikeout]] f [[/strikeout]] /ir message & strength,
[[preprinted]] [[left margin]] ℞ [[symbol for Rx]] [[/left margin]] DR. CLINTON I. BAGG, 67 W. 45th STREET, N. Y. Office Hours: 9 to 11 A. M., 5 to 7:30 P. M. Telephone call, 1205-38th ST. WM. METTENHEIMER, PH. D., Apothecary and Chemist, 794 Sixth Ave., N. E. Cor. 45th ST., N. Y. Telephone Call, 1205-38th ST. [[dotted line across page]] [[left margin]] ℞ [[symbol for Rx]] [[/left margin]] DR. CLINTON I. BAGG, 67 W. 45th STREET, N. Y. Office Hours: 9 to 11 A. M., 5 to 7:30 P. M. Telephone call, 1205-38th ST. WM. METTENHEIMER, PH. D., Apothecary and Chemist, 794 Sixth Ave., N. E. Cor. 45th ST., N. Y. Telephone Call, 1205-38th ST. [[/preprinted]]
14) When | leaves li[[e]] fallen, in |twilight dimness | bared trees seem li[[ke]] struggling human souls; when ab[[out]]| pure white w[or]]ld o winter \ trees [[strikethrough]] ? [[/strikethrough]] coated in ice glance twilight [[?]] | sun it seems | caught of spirit; & when | sun pours down [[strikethrough]] on [[/strikethrough]] biled | snowy woods red bitio | dark trees it leans | w[[or]]ld in peace.
[[preprinted]] [[left margin]] ℞ [[symbol for Rx]] [[/left margin]] DR. CLINTON I. BAGG, 67 W. 45th STREET, N. Y. Office Hours: 9 to 11 A. M., 5 to 7:30 P. M. Telephone call, 1205-38th ST. WM. METTENHEIMER, PH. D., Apothecary and Chemist, 794 Sixth Ave., N. E. Cor. 45th ST., N. Y. Telephone Call, 1205-38th ST. [[dotted line across page]] [[left margin]] ℞ [[symbol for Rx]] [[/left margin]] DR. CLINTON I. BAGG, 67 W. 45th STREET, N. Y. Office Hours: 9 to 11 A. M., 5 to 7:30 P. M. Telephone call, 1205-38th ST. WM. METTENHEIMER, PH. D., Apothecary and Chemist, 794 Sixth Ave., N. E. Cor. 45th ST., N. Y. Telephone Call, 1205-38th ST. [[/preprinted]]
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Rx Dr. Clinton I. Bagg, 67 W. 45th Street, N. Y. Office hours: 9 to 11 A. M., 5 to 7:30 P. M. Telephone Call, 1205-38th St. WM. Mettenheimer, Ph. D., Apothecary and Chemist, 794 Sixth Ave., N. E. Cor. 45th St., N. Y. Telephone Call, 1205-38th St. [[dotted line]] Rx Dr. Clinton I. Bagg, 67 W. 45th Street, N. Y. Office hours: 9 to 11 A. M., 5 to 7:30 P. M. Telephone Call, 1205-38th St. WM. Mettenheimer, Ph. D., Apothecary and Chemist, 794 Sixth Ave., N. E. Cor. 45th St., N. Y. Telephone Call, 1205-38th St.
Rx Dr. Clinton I. Bagg, 67 W. 45th Street, N. Y. Office hours: 9 to 11 A. M., 5 to 7:30 P. M. Telephone Call, 1205-38th St. WM. Metten Heimer, Ph. D., Apothecary and Chemist, 794 Sixth Ave., N. E. Cor. 45th St., N. Y. Telephone Call, 1205-38th St.
2/ 2 bec a 20 story 'sky-scraper: + in / case o / Phoebe, [[strike]] yr by yr [[/strike]] ^[[each yr]] a new nest s added 2 / line t rest on / [[strike]] old [[futic? fretic?]] shed's [[/strike]] rafter. O / old shed. Indeed birds r so strong n /eir local attachments + ^[[insert]] even when /ey winter in Brazil [[/insert]] + return so faithfully 2 /eir own especial vines + fig trees- be they in [[strike]] New England or [[/strike]] ^[[Mass]] Ohio or Calif- + one o / ^[[insert]] gtest [[/insert]] pleasures o a ^[[insert]] summer [[/insert]] return 2 our own country places is n [[strike]] findg [[/strike]] revisiting our [[strike]] old [[/strike]] ^[[songster]] fds n /eir old homes. After [[strike]] yrs [[/strike]] ^[[sev. seasons]] spent n Cal. I returned home 2 find / Hermit thrushes singing in / same hillside woods, /eir church h x burned, why shd / choir b disbandd ?
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[[preprinted]] DR. CLINTON I. BAGG, 67 W. 45th Street, N.Y. Office Hours: 9 to 11 A.M., 5 to 7:30 P.M. Telephone Call, 1205-38th St. [[/preprinted]] [[symbol for medical prescription]] [[preprinted]] WM. METTENHEIMER, Ph. D., Apothecary and Chemist 794 Sixth Ave., N.E. Cor. 45th St., N.Y. Telephone Call, 1205-38th St. [[/preprinted]] [[preprinted dotted line horizontal across page]] [[preprinted]] DR. CLINTON I. BAGG, 67 W. 45th Street, N.Y. Office Hours: 9 to 11 A.M., 5 to 7:30 P.M. Telephone Call, 1205-38th St. [[/preprinted]] [[symbol for medical prescription]] [[preprinted]] WM. METTENHEIMER, Ph. D., Apothecary and Chemist 794 Sixth Ave., N.E. Cor. 45th St., N.Y. Telephone Call, 1205-38th St. [[/preprinted]]
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[[preprinted]] DR. CLINTON I. BAGG, 67 W. 45th Street, N.Y. Office Hours: 9 to 11 A.M., 5 to 7:30 P.M. Telephone Call, 1205-38th St. [[/preprinted]] [[symbol for medical prescription]] [[preprinted]] WM. METTENHEIMER, Ph. D., Apothecary and Chemist 794 Sixth Ave., N.E. Cor. 45th St., N.Y. Telephone Call, 1205-38th St. [[/preprinted]] [[preprinted dotted line horizontal across page]] [[preprinted]] DR. CLINTON I. BAGG, 67 W. 45th Street, N.Y. Office Hours: 9 to 11 A.M., 5 to 7:30 P.M. Telephone Call, 1205-38th St. [[/preprinted]] [[symbol for medical prescription]] [[preprinted]] WM. METTENHEIMER, Ph. D., Apothecary and Chemist 794 Sixth Ave., N.E. Cor. 45th St., N.Y. Telephone Call, 1205-38th St. [[/preprinted]]
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[[preprinted]] DR. CLINTON I. BAGG, 67 W. 45th Street, N.Y. Office Hours: 9 to 11 A.M., 5 to 7:30 P.M. Telephone Call, 1205-38th St. [[/preprinted]] [[symbol for medical prescription]] [[preprinted]] WM. METTENHEIMER, Ph. D., Apothecary and Chemist, 794 Sixth Ave., N.E. Cor. 45th St., N.Y. Telephone Call, 1205-38th St. [[/preprinted]] [[preprinted dotted line horizontal across page]] [[preprinted]] DR. CLINTON I. BAGG, 67 W. 45th Street, N.Y. Office Hours: 9 to 11 A.M., 5 to 7:30 P.M. Telephone Call, 1205-38th St. [[/preprinted]] [[symbol for medical prescription]] [[preprinted]] WM. METTENHEIMER, Ph. D., Apothecary and Chemist, 794 Sixth Ave., N.E. Cor. 45th St., N.Y. Telephone Call, 1205-38th St. [[/preprinted]]
11/ so defective [[strikethrough]] & [[/strikethrough]] he once [[strikethrough]] went so far showd such lamentable ignor displayd his ignor lamentably by chasg mistakg a [[/strikethrough]] [[insertion]] mistook [[/insertion]] / whistle o a Bobwhite ^[[insertion]] - a stranger n / neighborhd, 2 do him justice - [[/insertion]] f / call o his master. [[strikethrough]] Homes [[/strikethrough]] X t his ^[[insertion]] ignor w [[/insertion]] [[strikethrough]] s [[/strikethrough]] any reflect upon [[strikethrough]] Baldu [[/strikethrough]] / old dog. He w a mammalogist, x an ornithogt, t w all. As we h our regl beat, he h his, & while we visited our circle o nests he [[strikethrough]] bro [[/strikethrough]] visited his
[[preprinted]] DR. CLINTON I. BAGG, 67 W. 45th Street, N.Y. Office Hours: 9 to 11 A.M., 5 to 7:30 P.M. Telephone Call, 1205-38th St. [[/preprinted]] [[symbol for medical prescription]] [[preprinted]] WM. METTENHEIMER, Ph. D., Apothecary and Chemist 794 Sixth Ave., N.E. Cor. 45th St., N.Y. Telephone Call, 1205-38th St. [[/preprinted]] [[preprinted dotted line horizontal across page]] [[preprinted]] DR. CLINTON I. BAGG, 67 W. 45th Street, N.Y. Office Hours: 9 to 11 A.M., 5 to 7:30 P.M. Telephone Call, 1205-38th St. [[/preprinted]] [[symbol for medical prescription]] [[preprinted]] WM. METTENHEIMER, Ph. D., Apothecary and Chemist 794 Sixth Ave., N.E. Cor. 45th St., N.Y. Telephone Call, 1205-38th St. [[/preprinted]]
12/ inner circle o woodchuck & polecat holes, + ^[[insert]] as he tossed / earth sky ward behd him [[/insert]] his waggytail waved over / top o / gt yawng chasms wi enthus worthy a [[strikethrough]] true [[/strikethrough]] scientist. [[strikethrough]] On [[/strikethrough]] As he x hurt / wdcks + [[strikethrough]] it afforded him such grim pleasure [[/strikethrough]] ^[[he raised x objection 2 our pursuits]] we encouraged him n his [[strikethrough]] sport [[/strikethrough]]. Sometimes [[strikethrough]] we w a little troubld f / safety o / ^[[burly]] wd chuck b a grow [[/strikethrough]] subterranean growlg + greashg o [[tulte?]] ^[[ansd him b x gtn [[strikethrough]] w / nearest worst o them came o it. most t we can most as only [[/strikethrough]] sign [[strike]] o desbur [[/strikethrough]] o annoyance w hm showd by our burly neighbors + we imagd t /ey wi well b curld
[[preprinted]] DR. CLINTON I. BAGG, 67 W. 45th Street, N.Y. Office Hours: 9 to 11 A.M., 5 to 7:30 P.M. Telephone Call, 1205-38th St. [[/preprinted]] [[symbol for medical prescription]] [[preprinted]] WM. METTENHEIMER, Ph. D., Apothecary and Chemist 794 Sixth Ave., N.E. Cor. 45th St., N.Y. Telephone Call, 1205-38th St. [[/preprinted]] [[preprinted dotted line horizontal across page]] [[preprinted]] DR. CLINTON I. BAGG, 67 W. 45th Street, N.Y. Office Hours: 9 to 11 A.M., 5 to 7:30 P.M. Telephone Call, 1205-38th St. [[/preprinted]] [[symbol for medical prescription]] [[preprinted]] WM. METTENHEIMER, Ph. D., Apothecary and Chemist 794 Sixth Ave., N.E. Cor. 45th St., N.Y. Telephone Call, 1205-38th St. [[/preprinted]]
13/ up in /eir burrows laughg n /eir sleeves while / old dog [[strike]] dug at [[/strike]] at laid his daily seige to their earthworks. One day B h a surprise. [[strike]] wi He w an old As n [[/strike]] In a ^[[snug]] little hollow on a [[strike]] mat [[/strike]] ^[[cushion]] o dead leaves we came on [[strike]] 5 little [[/strike]] a curious little wheel - [[strike]] in white [[/strike]] 5 white spokes- / white stripes down / backs o 5 little [[strike]] w [[/strike]] polecats takg a nap while /eir mo/er w away. We w full o int + [[strike]] wd h [[/strike]] eagerness 2 watch / little strangers b Balder nippd our [[strike]] plans [[/strike]] ^[[observations]] n / bud. He w a dog o mature yrs ^[[+ exper]] even /en - his eyes h
[[preprinted]] DR. CLINTON I. BAGG, 67 W. 45th Street, N.Y. Office Hours: 9 to 11 A.M., 5 to 7:30 P.M. Telephone Call, 1205-38th St. [[/preprinted]] [[symbol for medical prescription]] [[preprinted]] WM. METTENHEIMER, Ph. D., Apothecary and Chemist 794 Sixth Ave., N.E. Cor. 45th St., N.Y. Telephone Call, 1205-38th St. [[/preprinted]] [[preprinted dotted line horizontal across page]] [[preprinted]] DR. CLINTON I. BAGG, 67 W. 45th Street, N.Y. Office Hours: 9 to 11 A.M., 5 to 7:30 P.M. Telephone Call, 1205-38th St. [[/preprinted]] [[symbol for medical prescription]] [[preprinted]] WM. METTENHEIMER, Ph. D., Apothecary and Chemist 794 Sixth Ave., N.E. Cor. 45th St., N.Y. Telephone Call, 1205-38th St. [[/preprinted]]
14) cloud since /en - bless his memory - b / vision came upon him too suddly + / next moment- despite our cries + entreaties - / wheel h vanished + B w energetically rubbg his nose n / soft wood loam- makg a furrow deep under / leaves. [[strike]] / way t Balder [[/strike]] ^[[/ old dog]] upset our plans f observt another day [[strike]] h b told by already n Little Bros o / Air, gtly 2 our sorrow. We h b /is time it w [[/strike]] ^[[/is time]] when we [[strike]] abirding It [[/strike]] w stalkg ^[[our]] most intg nests o / season [[written upside down at bottom of page]] How ^[[strikeout]] our [[underline]] birds protect the ^[[our]] Trees [[/underline]] [[/strikeout]]
[[preprinted]] DR. CLINTON I. BAGG, 67 W. 45th Street, N.Y. Office Hours: 9 to 11 A.M., 5 to 7:30 P.M. Telephone Call, 1205-38th St. [[/preprinted]] [[symbol for medical prescription]] [[preprinted]] WM. METTENHEIMER, Ph. D., Apothecary and Chemist 794 Sixth Ave., N.E. Cor. 45th St., N.Y. Telephone Call, 1205-38th St. [[/preprinted]] [[preprinted dotted line horizontal across page]] [[preprinted]] DR. CLINTON I. BAGG, 67 W. 45th Street, N.Y. Office Hours: 9 to 11 A.M., 5 to 7:30 P.M. Telephone Call, 1205-38th St. [[/preprinted]] [[symbol for medical prescription]] [[preprinted]] WM. METTENHEIMER, Ph. D., Apothecary and Chemist 794 Sixth Ave., N.E. Cor. 45th St., N.Y. Telephone Call, 1205-38th St. [[/preprinted]]
15) O all our northern beauties [[strikethrough]] /ey r /re r many + /an s on [[/strikethrough]] + we h [[strikethrough]] cause f [[/strikethrough]] ^[[a rt 2]] much + pride /an we take n /em - / one t gi most distinction 2 / woods s / brilliant scarlet tanager. He is like a glowing coal among / green leaves. Wi such a ^[[tell tale]] coat as [[strikethrough]] he has [[/strikethrough]] his, / bird s naturally wary abt [[strikethrough]] shows [[/strikethrough]] ^[[his nest so t / discovery of one]] [[strikethrough]] + it [[/strikethrough]] s alw a triumph. [[strikethrough]] if By follg / clue o his distinctive [[underline]] chirp-churr' [[/underline]] [[/strikethrough]]. On one [[strikethrough]] spot [[/strikethrough]] turn o / ^[[wood's]] road we h often heard a Tanager's voice, & one ^[[written over]] [[?]] [[/written over]] takg / hint o [[strikethrough]] a [[/strikethrough]] / familiar [[underline]] chirp-churr [[/underline]] struck into / undergrowth [[written upside down at right lower edge]] Dorothy Dorothy
[[preprinted]] DR. CLINTON I. BAGG, 67 W. 45th Street, N.Y. Office Hours: 9 to 11 A.M., 5 to 7:30 P.M. Telephone Call, 1205-38th St. [[/preprinted]] Rx [[symbol for medical prescription]] [[preprinted]] WM. METTENHEIMER, Ph. D., Apothecary and Chemist 794 Sixth Ave., N.E. Cor. 45th St., N.Y. Telephone Call, 1205-38th St. [[/preprinted]] [[preprinted dotted line horizontal across page]] [[preprinted]] DR. CLINTON I. BAGG, 67 W. 45th Street, N.Y. Office Hours: 9 to 11 A.M., 5 to 7:30 P.M. Telephone Call, 1205-38th St. [[/preprinted]] Rx [[symbol for medical prescription]] [[preprinted]] WM. METTENHEIMER, Ph. D., Apothecary and Chemist 794 Sixth Ave., N.E. Cor. 45th St., N.Y. Telephone Call, 1205-38th St. [[/preprinted]]
16) & on an instant ^[[4 longg ornithoge]] [[strikethrough]] both set [[/strikethrough]] eyes rested on / ^[[strikethrough]] long desired [[strikethrough]] nest. / famous beauty [[strikethrough]] cd h fd x + [[/strikethrough]]surely fd an aesthetic settg f his [[strikethrough]] nest [[/strikethrough]] ^[[home]]. It crownd / green arch o a ^[[slender]] [[strikethrough]] leafy [[/strikethrough]] sapling ^[[whose bow]] t / storms h bent as a bow to the earth. Both bds came 2 / nest which we watched + [[strikethrough]] when [[/strikethrough]] / ^[[strikeout]] leaf cold [[/strikeout]] fem - What a 7 days [[strikethrough]] protectin [/strikethrough]] wonder ^[[o protection]] her green leaf coat alw s! When she cot sight o her visitors [[strikethrough]] she [[/strikethrough]] called [[underline]] chip [[/underline]] [[strikethrough]] & [[/strikethrough]] flashd her tail fan fashion. [[strikethrough]] as if 2 emphasize her announcement. [[/strikethrough]] as a distracted mo/er mi cry [[upside down in left lower corner]] 6) [[/corner]]
[[preprinted]] DR. CLINTON I. BAGG, 67 W. 45th Street, N.Y. Office Hours: 9 to 11 A.M., 5 to 7:30 P.M. Telephone Call, 1205-38th St. [[/preprinted]] [[symbol for medical prescription]] [[preprinted]] WM. METTENHEIMER, Ph. D., Apothecary and Chemist 794 Sixth Ave., N.E. Cor. 45th St., N.Y. Telephone Call, 1205-38th St. [[/preprinted]] [[preprinted dotted line horizontal across page]] [[preprinted]] DR. CLINTON I. BAGG, 67 W. 45th Street, N.Y. Office Hours: 9 to 11 A.M., 5 to 7:30 P.M. Telephone Call, 1205-38th St. [[/preprinted]] [[symbol for medical prescription]] [[preprinted]] WM. METTENHEIMER, Ph. D., Apothecary and Chemist 794 Sixth Ave., N.E. Cor. 45th St., N.Y. Telephone Call, 1205-38th St. [[/preprinted]]
17/ /re!- [[strikeout]] shakg + [[/strikeout]] wring [[strike]] g [[/strike]] her hands. [[strike]] 1 best was [[/strike]] It does x appear to be b ^[[especially]] [[strike]] any special relief Ulysses to h b [[/strike]] ^[[reassuring]] 2 Jack-/Giant-Killer 2 h his giant converse wi him n his mo/er tongue b wi bds / case s difft & a few quiet [[strike]] words [[/strike]] whistles even n most broken bird talk ^[[insert]] will[[/insert]] relieve [[strikethrough]] s [[/strikethrough]] a strained [[sit?]] immensely. ^[[insert]] In his case [[/insert]] After I h whistled one his song / ^[[guardian]] tanager turned his bk on us wi evident reelif, [[strike]] & after going [[/strike]] soon left us alone wi his nest & on his return sang near it [[strike]] nest [[/strike]] n a calm indolent way [[strike]] as if he [[/strike]] ^[[t proud t]] h lost all his anxiety.
18) Even / [[female symbol]] [[strikehrough]] grt- [[/strikethrough]] became ^[[insert]] comparatively [[/insert]] resigned 2 our presence, f we w alw most careful [[strikethrough]] x 2 [[/strikethrough]] 2 b inoffensive, [[/strikethrough]] comg n at a distance + sittg motionless [[/strikethrough]] ^[[insert]] creepg n fr / road [[strikethrough]] quietly [[/strikethrough]] [[/insert]] x comg nearer /an w necess 2 see / nest /ro our glasses + ^[[insert]] while we remained [[/insert]] sittg motionless behd a screen o leaves. <------
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20) constitutionals n mosqt filld swamps, b ^ [[insert]] ni all our phi[[?]] safe [[/insert]] b I screw up our brows, blood on our cheeks & perform various facial gymnastics 2 [[strikethrough]] kee [[/striketrough]] reduce / torment.. Balder [[strikethrough]] [[?]] [[/strikethrough]] who hs 2 endure / stings o / [[?]] winged army without ^[[insert]] mental [[/insert]] aid fr / history o / saints bore up bravelan y f some time b at last [[strikethrough]] he [[/strikethrough]] did + (that) upon wh hung - if x (not) / fate o nations - / fate of /is family & our relations / [[?]] [[insert]] puttg an end 2 all /ings at one blow - [[strikethrough]] Balder [[/strikethrough]] [[?]]ged! W w x guitte pussy cat perform
21) b a resoundly stentorian [[strikethrough]] outburst [[/strikethrough]] [[insert]] explosion [[/insert]] / result o untold stings & ticklings o / [[insert]] buggy [[/insert]] tormentg swarm. At / [[strikethrough]] sound / [[/strikethrough]] moment / mothr f [??]] w first on her way 2 / nest b [[strikethrough]] +s [[/strikethrough]] at / strange [[strikethrough]] explosion [[/strikethrough]] [[insert]] cannonade [[/insert]] she [[strikethrough]] darted started bk [[/strikethrough]] shot bk onto a high limb [[strikethrough]] as if [[??}] cannon b [[/strikethrough]] - & fr + (that) day day we x (never) saw her at / nest ag. I w / end - it w / last straw - / nest w deserted / bds movd - & [[strikethrough]] took ?? fr?? ??s 2 [[/strikethrough]] left x address behd.
22) A nest builder we watched near / same [[strikethrough]] turn [[/strikethrough]] bend o / road regardd [[strikethrough]] us [[/strikethrough]] Balder + calmly, alto she w a gt builder who [[strikethrough]] wd really h b nerv [[/strikethrough]] mi well h b nerv at havg [[strikethrough]] such [[/strikethrough]] ^[[4 ftd]] pedestrians [[strikethrough]] promenadg [[/strikethrough]] ^[[tramping @]] wi/in her gates. Seeing her ^[[at]] work [[insert]] on her nest [[/insert]] w [[strikethrough]] alw co [[/strikethrough]] surely most comforting f / loss of / Tanager study. Ovenbird architecture [[strikethrough]] s most [[/strikethrough]] [[insert]] h peculiar [[/insert]] int[[strikethrough]]g [[/strikethrough]]. In /is case / [[strikethrough]] nest w do [[/strikethrough]] frame o / nest w made -- / [[dance?]] o / oven w on - b / floor w just being laid [[strikethrough]] when we disc. [[/strikethrough]] + ^[[after all - we consoled ourselves - ]] perhaps t s / most intg part. / nest w n a slight depression below a small stump - n line wi ano/er stump + an archd saplg we noted 2 mark / place -
25) did x stir till he w out o /way she [[strikethrough]] /en [[/strikethrough]] went [[strikethrough]] on wi her w [[/strikethrough]] rt bk 2 her work without a cry o alarm. /is seemed a little strange f Ovenbds are none 2 apt 2 accept yr presence without remark, & Os wi yg 2 [[insert]] often [[/insert]] / noisiest most ^[[nerv]] anx o bds. chippg at u as if distracted. [[strikethrough]] Heavy rains While t Bef / eggs w laid, heavy rains [[/strikethrough]] Just as / nest w abt finished [[strikethrough]] a [[/strikethrough]] ^[[such]] heavy rain [[strikethrough]] storms [[/strikethrough came [[strikethrough]] fairly flooding ^[[soaking]] / woods [[/strikethrough]] t / woods w filld wi pools o water, & when we went 2 see / Os nest we found an egg lyg on / front door step. / rains havg beaten down / roof so t / door o / oven w closd. We w distressed over / misfortunes o our little bd ^ [[insert]] who h workd so hard on her house [[/insert]] & tried 2 help her by proppg
26/ up / roof wi a forked twig, puttg / egg nside & a leaf shingle as a patch f / leak n / roof b it w o x avail. /is nest 2 w deserted. [[strikethrough]] I remember [[/strikethrough]] /re w 2 o/er Ovenbds nest whose sit -/- w partic pretty - one x 3 ft fr / road among / lilies o / valley & / o/er n a bed o flowg myrtle. /is one lkd so much li a [[violi's?]] nest B [[strikethrough]] w just abt [[/strikethrough]] wd h stepped on it if I h x seen him n time & fallg on his neck ^ [[insert]] succdd n [[/insert]] pullg him away. A 3d nest belongd 2 a [[insert]] bird whose discreet [[/insert]] quiet reserve [[strikethrough]] & gentle [[/strikethrough]] w my [[strikethrough]] pretty 2 w [[/strikethrough]] attraction. [[strikethrough]] I stumbled on her [[/strikethrough]] On my way /ro / bushes - returng fr a veery's nest - [[strikethrough]] I [[/strikethrough]] she startd up by me - x trailg or callg out violently b merely flittg on ^[[gently]] ahead a few
27) steps at a time. [[strikethrough]] I lkd down at my ft & fd [[/strikethrough]] ^[[On lkg down 2 my delight ^ [[insert]] I fd [[/insert]] 4 brown spotted eggs. n a nest t cd x b mistaken /o / roof lkd as if it h b [[strikethrough]] partly [[/strikethrough]] ^[[mostly]] torn off. She w such a [[strikethrough]] n [[/strikethrough]] pleasg little person I took pains 2 call ag. Findg her broodg her nest I did x disturb her ^ [[insert]] t day, [[/insert]] b [[strikethrough]] / next time [[/strikethrough]] on my next visit findg 4 delightfully fuzzy little heads n / nest & / mo/er away [[strikethrough]] I [[/strikethrough]] ga up / hr reserved f / veeries & sat down 2 wait f her return. F a long time [[strikethrough]] /re w neither sight x sound o her she did x appear or [[strikethrough]] j [[/strikethrough]] alter a note, [[/strikethrough]][[insertion]]x note w head & x w 2 b seen o her [[/insertion]] b at last [[strikethrough]] in a gleam o sunlight n a [[/strikethrough]] sunbeam t [[strikethrough]] fell on / leaves fd she [[/strikethrough]] ^[[ lit up / leaves revealed her calmly]] walkg away over a little knoll. After /is /re w ano/er long silence - x cd 2 b seen b / shadow o a butterfly fluttig /ro / wood. B, ag. wi out a sound, / little
28) ladybird appd facg me. F a better view she hoppd up n a [[insertion]] low [[/insertion]] bush [[strikethrough]] where [[/strikethrough]] [[insertion]] fr wh [[/insertion]] she calmly lkd up me until I inadvertently [[ strikethrough]] switched & moved tried 2 brush a way [[/strikethrough]] shook my leaf switch at a mosqt - when she flew away. I hr / veeries shd h h passed wi/out her once going 2 / nest. [[strikethrough]] Sev [[/strikethrough]] [[insertion]] Twice [[/insertion]] [[I?]] moved farther [[strikethrough]]back,[[/strikethrough]] ^[[away fr / nest]], tried 2 b an immovable & unmoved tree trunk all 2 x avail. x a remonstrance did she make, ^[[x a syllable did she utter,]] x a[[strikethrough]]n [[/strikethrough]] excited step did she take. B Wi quiet dignity she observed me, as I w tryg 2 observe her, & [[insertion]] at / end o hr I w ready 2 [[/insertion]] I confess[[strikethrough]] d [[/strikethrough]] myself [[strikethrough]] quite[[/strikethrough]] outdone. Fr a pt o vantage on a branch she wd drop li ^[[as silently as]] a leaf 2 / gd [[strikethrough]] & once [[/strikethrough]] where [[strikethrough]] she wd [[/strikethrough]] without a sound she wd [[strikethrough]] [[stet]] walk [[stet]] [[/strikethrough]] 2 another pt o vantage.
29) Once I cot her stretchg up f a better view /ro / leavees, [[strikethrough]] What she It certainly w [[/strikethrough]] What she discovd I c x say! & only hope t she h + f her notebk t night /an I h f mine! Day after day as we made our rd o / woods callg at / [[strikethrough]] Tanag nests little [[/strikeout]] houses ^[[o our little fds]] along / way [[strikethrough]] [[stet]] we kept [[/stet]] [[/strikethrough]] hearg / sweet woodsy song o / Blk-Id Blue W in / back o ^[[our circuit]] [[strikethrough]] / woods [[/strikethrough]]. Fr / ovenbd corner it [[strikethrough]] While watchg / Ovenbd's nest day after day we kept hearg / sweet voice o / little Blk Blue. we [[/strikethrough]] / Ovenbd & Tanager corner seemed [[strikethrough]] abt / limit [[/strikethrough]] at / end o his beat & fr t he wanderd [[strikethrough]] bk & forth [[/strikethrough]] up & down an old road t crossed / woods [[strikethrough]] singg [[/strikethrough]]
30) trollg out his leisurely ger-ak as he [[?]] n hunted [[strikethrough]] /o / [[/strikethrough]] over / trees along his line. Followg him ^[[home]] [[strikethrough]] down / road [[/strikethrough]] ^[[one day]] he led us [[strikethrough]] 2 a tangle o fallen [[/strikethrough]] 2 / edge o / clearing & /re n / [[strikethrough]] soft [[/strikethrough]] fresh green undergrowth we fd his [[strikethrough]] gentle [[/strikethrough]] mate. Now / little Blue s ^[[a northerner]] by x means a common bd, his song s one o / choisest o woodld lays, & [[strikethrough]] his [[/strikethrough]] he himself one o / gentlest, ^[[most]] lovable o birds. It h alw b a rare pleasure 2 h him n our woods & / hope o findg his nest h gi ^[[incentive]] [[strikethrough]] zest [[/strikethrough]] 2 many a long [[strikethrough]] tramp [[/strikethrough]] hunt. So when we fd his mate we watched her [[strikethrough]] wi [[/strikethrough]] keenly. She ^[[returned our lk wi]] [[strikethrough]] lkd down at us wi [[/strikethrough]] curiosity f a moment & /en ^[[calmly]] flew
31) low /ro / bushes 2 - a nest! So many accidents happen 2 ^[[ones choicest]] [[strikethrough]] cut short [[/strikethrough]] nests in a season, so many long searches end n x t an observer [[strikethrough]] regard any appt price o good luck becomes alw afd 2 believe regards good luck [[/strikethrough]] bec ^[[positively]] [[strikethrough]] my [[/strikethrough]] skeptical o good luck. [[strikethrough]] / sight [[/strikethrough]] [[I?]] we h ^[[at last]] fd a Blue's nest seemed altogether 2 good 2 b true. [[strikethrough]] It [[/strikethrough]] If we h only fd it bef - now we h lost all / ^[[process o]] buildg. Wi a tiny morsel n her ^[[beak]] [[strikethrough]] bill [[/strikethrough]] / little Blue flew up on / edge o / nest leand down ^[[touchg]] something wi her bill]] as if feedg yg, /en got down nto / nest b nstead o settling over her brood, whirld rd [[underlined]] mouldg her nest! [[/underline]] ^[[It w a rapturous moment.]] [[strikethrough]]We w overcome wi delight.[[/strikethrough]] Here we ^[[actually]] h a Blue's nest & instead ^[[findg it]] [[strikethrough]]o [[/strikethrough]] at / last chapter [[strikethrough]]havg [[/strikethrough]] ^[[wi]] bds ^[[alm]] ready 2 fly, / buildg w x ^[[yet]] over!
32) / builder w x o / Tanager's fears, either. We sat x + /an a rod fr her house b she workd as unconstrainedly [[strikethrough]] as if x [[/strikethrough]] [[middle of page obscured by a piece of the Clinton Bagg prescription paper placed upside down across it]] hunt f cow hairs f lining or [[perhaps]] [[strikethrough]] she [[/strikethrough]] went off 2 join her mate [[whose song h b comg]] [[strikethrough]] at lunch f she w gone f a long time. [[/strikethrough]] nearer & nearer. While we ^[[sat &]] waitd f her [[a sc tanag sang n / distance &]] vireo & ovenbd parents denounced /eir enemies &
/ bowl w so deep & she so small t she h 2 stretch up on [[insertion] edge [[insert]] / [[tub?]] 2 get a gd lk at it & n tryg 2 mould it she sometimes also std on her head!
32) / builder w x o / Tanager's fears, either. We sat x + /an a rod fr her house b she workd as unconstrainedly [[strikethrough]] as if x [[/strikethrough]] wi 2 prs o op glasses levelld at her as if she h b alone [[strikethrough]] n w [[/strikethrough]] on a desert id. ^[[/ nest w / sign o a vireos n a low bush less /an 2 ft at / gd]] <---- As she came & went she hopped fr twig 2 twig ad / nest & ^[[clamberd]] [[strikethrough]] climbd [[/strikethrough]] up / highest o its four supports n pretty fashion. ^[[At 1st she workd rapidly, makg only short trips f matl.]] b /en she [[il/n?]] went out n / pasture 2 hunt f cow hairs f lining or ^[[perhaps]] [[strikethrough]] she [[/strikethrough]] went off 2 join her mate [[whose song h b comg nearer & nearer.]] [[strikethrough]] at lunch f she w gone f a long time. [[/strikethrough]] While we [[sat]] waitg f her [[a sc tanag sang n / distance &]] vireo & Ovenbd parents denounced /eir enemies &
33) a pr o song sps fed /eir yg behd an upturnd root - We feard lest /ey wd call a mothers meetg 2 enq nto our bus [[strikethrough]] on [[/strikethrough]] b ^[[as we kept quiet]] /ey politely [[strikethrough]] kept [[/strikethrough]] did / same. A passg gray sq sat up on his bd legs 2 lk at us & when my fd shook her mosqt switch at him ran [[strikethrough]] a [[/strikethrough]] up a tree & /en stoppd & lk down at us ag. At last / [[strikethrough]] pretty [[/strikethrough]] motherly Blue ^[[returnd]] [[strikethrough]] came home bk ag, [[/strikethrough]] & if one cd judge by her actions, w so glad 2 get bk 2 her [[strikethrough]] pretty [[/strikethrough]] nest [[strikethrough]] buildg [[/strikethrough]] she cd x bear 2 leave it f a moment. Ag & ag she startd 2 go away only 2 come bk f a few + turns at her mouldg. Once when she h climbd up / [[strikethrough]] high [[/strikethrough]] supptg twig she [[terred?]] [[strikethrough]] at [[/strikethrough]] & came down ag & sev times she hoppd out on / edge o / nest only 2 ^[[whisk]] turn
34) ad & hop n ag - dear homelovg little bird! [[strikethrough]] It w evid / our spot n all / wld f 2 hrs. [[/strikethrough]] /re w evid x [[strikethrough]] spot [[/strikethrough]] n all / wld so beaut 2 her as t little wd nest among / green leaves. ^[[As we watchd her we reflected]] + [[/strikethrough]] Every bit o ^[[inner]] bark & fibre. As we watchd her linger a bit - it [[set?]] lovingly every scrap o hair she [[/strikethrough]] If all yg wives took as much /ot f /eir houses /re wd b [[strikethrough]] little ne [[/strikethrough]] few o / [[strikethrough]] bitter [[/strikethrough]] needless tears t fall unheeded now. Wi what [[strikethrough]]lovg [[/strikethrough]] care ^[[h]] she [[strikethrough]] h [[/strikethrough]] selectd [[strikethrough]] evry [[/strikethrough]] ^[[each]] bit o inner bk & fibre 2 [[strikethrough]] weave together f [[/strikethrough]] ^[[strengthen]] her cradle, wi what [[strikethrough]] laborious [[/strikethrough]] ^[[tireless]] search h she [[strikethrough]] securd / [[/strikethrough]] ga/erd / [[white]] hairs f its /ing & wi what ^[[strikethrough]] motherly [[/strikethrough]] pride / bits o white wood & birch bk [[strikethrough]] f [[/strikethrough]] 2 [[its]] decoration [[strikethrough]] s. / outside. And all f / nee f [[/strikethrough]] ^[[F she w makg [[strikethrough]] f it [[/strikethrough]] w her own house & ]] / [[wonderful]] mother love [[w]] stirrg [[strikethrough]] under [[/strikethrough]] ^[[in]] her little featherd breast. [[strikethrough]] Poor little [[mother?]] B [[/strikethrough]] B Life s surely full o trouble f bd as well as beast. After all / infinite care /
35) lovg care wi wh / blue prepard her nest x ^[[little bds w ever cradld [[strikethrough]] n [[/strikethrough]] ]] [[strikethrough]] eggs w ever laid [[/strikethrough]] n it. [[strikethrough]] By some unknown enemy [[/strikethrough]] What happd it s imp 2 say, b / bds came /re x + & when we examd / nest we fd / lining in confusion & / neatly coild white hairs gone. A week later we fd / pr out by / corner / tanagers h deserted & 3 wks after t n [[strikethrough]] a [[/strikethrough]] / opposite side o / woods fd a pr o old bds feedg yg. If it w / same family it w a comfort 2 know t /ey w able 2 raise a bood even if we cd x watch /em. We w much into n notg / peculity o plumage n / yg blues. / yg son wearg / dress o his fa/er & / yg
36) daughter t o her mother. & ^[[oddly eno]] [[strikethrough]] sevl times [[/strikethrough]] While we lkd / father ^[[sevl times]] fed / son & / mo/er / daughter. / next yr I fd a Blue's nest only a few rods fr / site o / 1st one. Her mate ^[[strikethrough]] ga me a [[/strikethrough]] showd me / nest. He w singg high n a tree & darted strt down nto / low bushes where she w busily ^[[going]] [[strikethrough]] flyg [[/strikethrough]] bk & forth at her ^[[buildg]] [[strikethrough]] work [[/strikethrough]]. She w / same rapid, preoccpd worker o last yr. Once she peered /ro / leaves & turned her head on one side 2 lk at me, [[strikethrough]] b after [[/strikethrough]] called [[underline]] chat, chat, [[/underline]] [[strikethrough]] & [[/strikethrough]] b /en went on wi her work. She wd fly [[strikethrough]] spring out of / nest [[/strikethrough]] fr / nest 2 / gr, pick up bits o matl & hurry bk 2 put it n place & once, sittg down n / nest leand over & smoothed / outside wi her bill & / brim wi her neck. She seemed b h x time 2 waste [[strikethrough]] wi her mate [[/strikethrough]] & it
37) x wonder, wi her mate idly singg /ro / woods all / day long. / Blue's corner o / woods s [[reachd?]] by many pleasant memories. It s ^[[one o]] / favorite mtg plc o / sweet voiced Veery's [[strikethrough]] hillside & ^[[n passg going along]] close beside / road we often lkd [[/strikethrough]] one spg wi/out steppg fr / road we cd lk down on / brown form o a ^[[trustful]] broodg thrush. ^[[Just]] Across / road, [[strikethrough]] B [[/strikethrough]] one day ^[[to our distress, B]] killd a poor little coon. It w abt 1/2 grown & [[strikethrough]] it w [[/strikethrough]] perhaps w strayg away fr home. It w a pleasant reminder t / intg [[strikethrough]] little [[/strikethrough]] creatures w abd n / woods. /re s ^[[x far fr /is]] an old upturnd root ^[[o many [[?]] ]] t I x see [[strikethrough]] one spot [[?]] curve o / old wood's road I c hardly pass [[/strikethrough]] without a smile, such [[strikethrough]] at / pleasant [[/strikethrough]]
38/ [[strikethrough]] memories I assoctd wi it [[/strikethrough]] a jolly little fam h its home /re. /ey w winter wrens, ^[[o all / delight wren fam perhaps [[strikethrough]] / [[/strikethrough]] / most winsome, f wi /eir short tails ^[[turned]] over /eir backs /ey bob low & lk up at u wi [[strikethrough]] / [[/strikethrough]] most ^[[attractive]] [[strikethrough]] fetching [[/strikethrough]] confidence. [[strikethrough]] 2 b sure[[/strikethrough]] when /ey h / respons o a yg fam o course /ey [[strikethrough]] c [[/strikethrough]] must b on /eir guard b [[strikethrough]] /eir manner o [[/strikethrough]] even /en u feel sure /ey wd trust u if /ey dared - if it w consist wi /eir duty as parents. /is wise pr h gdd /eir nestlgs well n [[strikethrough]] choosg /eir house [[/strikethrough]] selectg a place f /eir nest. /ey hid it [[strikethrough]] among / rootlets n / earth t adherd 2 an [[/strikethrough]] ^[[in / upturnd root o a fallen birch. ^[[/ hollow below being filled wi water. It w]] [[strikethrough]] [[-perch?]] [[/strikethrough]] as safe as ^[[if n]] / slantg [[strikethrough]] roof [[/strikethrough]] ^[[ceiling]] o a cavern / entrance 2 wh w closed by water. [[strikethrough]] It [[/strikethrough]] / cave h a pretty
39) sitting. ^[[Wild yellow snap dragons grew [[?]] Abt]] High ferns grew up 2 / edge o / gap [[strikethrough]] & a crown o [[/strikethrough]] ferns ^[[& / clear pool o water below +d 2 /]] crowned [[strikethrough]] its top. [[/strikethrough]] / top o / courses & / mat itself ^[[so well tucked [[strikethrough]] well [[/strikethrough]] n among / rootlets + t it w hard 2 see,]] w a ball o fresh green moss wi only a small rd hole f entrance. When I 1st put my fingers in, I felt / backs o / nestlings. / old [[strikethrough]] bd came & went [[/strikethrough]] ^[[flew ^[[busily]] bk & forth]] wi food f /em [[strikethrough]] & [[/strikethrough]] b once ovr o /em [[strikethrough]] once as it w warm work - being / middle o June - one o / pr took a bath 2 cool off between times [[/strikethrough]] ^[[stopped 2 take a bath betw times perhaps 2 get]] coold off, for it s warm work [[strikethrough]] supplyg a family [[/strikethrough]] keepg a ^[[big]] hungry family supplied n / middle o June. /en w partic good bathg put /re 2 - [[strikethrough]] d [[/strikethrough]] most temptingly clear pools
40) [[strikethrough]] n / [[/strikethrough]] shaded by / trees. Se tanags came /n 2 bathe, I, & / wrenkins apptly profited by it f when I look / nest after /ey w /ro wi it I fd a scarlet feather ^[[inside]] [[strikethrough]] n [[/strikethrough]] / mossy ball. Bef / yq left / nest /eir parents grew very wary. [[insert]] /ey wd creep n [[strikethrough]] cautiously [[/strikethrough]] or come hoppg along under / snap dragons by log & brush heap.]] Sometimes we caught only a brown flee tg shadow as /ey passed & ag knew ty fr came only by / [[chirring]] [[strikethrough]] sound o [[/strikethrough]] o / yq ^ asking w being fed. /n w long waits when x [[?happs]] & w mi h b n a [[?]] law [[strikethrough]] / yg [[/strikethrough]] / young w getting so old + we knew /ey [[strikethrough]] must b ready 2 fly [[/strikethrough]] mi fly any day so one mg x (not) wantg 2 [[strikethrough]] sit do [[/strikethrough]] waste time sittg down before a closed house I went 2 enq wi/in. As I raisd my hand twd / nest /re w ^[[such]] a rush f / door [[strikethrough]] + (that)
41) [[strikethrough]]out[[/strikethrough]] I started bk, & out burst / ygsters pell mell, so fast I cdnt count /em. As B std by [[strikethrough]] I h 2 [[/strikethrough]] & [[strikethrough]] he [[/strikethrough]] h b known 2 manifest an [[?]] int n ^[[fleeing [[strikethrough]] scattg [[/strikethrough]] nestlgs [[strikethrough]] I h 2 gi my undivd attent 2 him n ^[[while I kept]] watchg ^[[o him]] him I lost sight o / wrenl / brood vanished. [[/strikethrough]] I w afd 2 take my eyes off him till reassrd by his [[/eaterical?]] calmness, ^[[by wh time]] [[strikethrough]] when [[/strikethrough]] / brood h vanished. Bef long /ey [[strikethrough]] beg 2 peep, however, & /en [[/strikethrough]] recovd fr /eir explosive intr nto / wld & little shrill ^[[pipings]] [[strikethrough]]voices piped up fr / [[/strikethrough]] ^[[rose fr]] diff parts o / bushes. Reassd by / sound o /eir own voices / nestlgs came out o [[strikethrough]] cover [[/strikethrough]] /eir hidg places & /en - what airs /ey
42) did put on! A bd just out o / nest s a good study n heredity. Bef /re [[strikethrough]] little [[/strikethrough]] [[blank prescription paper is placed over middle of page, obscuring text]] on / inst / came a sound his ancestors h feard - / cry o a chipmunk. Down went / brave ^[[insertion] little [[/insertion]] tail, shut [[strikethrough]] came [[/strikethrough]] snapped / bill, & when / chipmunk stoppd chippg, n a very frghtd applg voice / ^[[insertion]] little [[/insertion]] nestlg beg 2 cry f his mamma. He h seen enough o / wld & [[strikethrough]] w ready 2 h her take him home. [[/strikethrough]]
2 o / ygster [[strikethrough]] bus [[/strikethrough]] w [[strikethrough]] sittg [[/strikethrough]] /o stdn side by side [[strikethrough]] when /ey w startld. [[/strikethrough]] / [[strikethrough]] sight [[/strikethrough]] appearance o B & me [[strikethrough]] made /em move on. [[/strikethrough]] ^[[insertion]] already [[/insertion]] showd /eir ndept views. ^[[insertion]] On seeing us, [[/insertion]] one promptly sttd off 2 / left b ^[[insertion]] t w x / direction n wh [[/insertion]] his brother wanted 2 go. & [[strikethrough]] after hesitatg [[/strikethrough]] stdg on his long yellow legs he ga a few hesitatg bobs [[strikethrough]] 2 / rt [[/strikethrough]], pluckd up his courage & plungd headlong nto / leaves on / rt.
[[begin page]] 42) did put on! A bd just out o 1 nest is a good study in heredity. Bef /re [[strikethrough]] little cave [[/strikethrough]] unsophisticated little cave dwellers h b out in / wld 1/2 an hr /ey w flitter ad, [[?]] [[strikethrough]]bobbg abt on / [[?]][[/strikethrough]] ^climbg about on logs & tree trunks & bobbg fr side 2 side wi all / airs & graces o /ir gt gd ftrs. [[insert]]^ [[?]] heads w crownd in down [[/insert]] One little chap mtd a small [[?]] & steady himself on a projectg splinter tippd up his bobby tail & shouted out [[strikethrough]]as bravely as a [[/strikethrough]]wi all / impt of a drum major [[strikethrough]] gvng orders [[/strikethrough]] wavg his baton. He std facg me & as he calld, bobbd down & opend his mouth so far I cd [[strikethrough]] alm [[/strikethrough]] see alm to his [[strikethrough]] ft [[/strikethrough]] boots. B alas! on / inst came a sound his ancestors h feard -- / cry o a chipmunk. Down went / brave ^ little tail, shut [[strikethrough]] came [[/strikethrough]]snappd / bill, & when / chipmunk stoppd chippg, [[?]] / little nestlg beg 2 cry f his mamma. He h seen enough o / [[world?]] & [[strikethrough]] w ready f h [[?]] take him home. [[end page]]
43/ [[strikethrough]] as soo [[/strikethrough]] evidently wanted 2 go home. When his parent came [[strikethrough]] 2 him ^[[ wi open mouth]] [[/strikethrough]] he [[strikethrough]] ran [[/strikethrough]] hurried 2 h [[strikethrough]] her feed him [[/strikethrough]], & when ^[[after fedg him she]] startd 2 leave him he ran after her as fast as his legs would carry him - ^[[ [[strikethrough]] evidentl [[/strikethrough]] ]] he h x idea of being left alone ag! [[page interrupted by paper lying on top]] [[start page; paper placed over page underneath obscurs middle portion of text]] In feedg /eir yq / old bds sometimes [[strikethrough]] brot long [[/strikethrough]] came wi long worms danglg fr /eir bills + leang over droppd /em nto / [[strikethrough]] open [[/strikethrough]] waitg mouths below. [[end page]] [[restart of page underneath top paper. text above this is obscured.]] wi him 2 / tree as if 2 guard him, & when / little creature lit, wren fashion, ag / side o / saplg ^[[well up above Bal's level / red lit on a branch above & lkd down as
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