ve arrived; a salute has been fired, and all is in motion.
When I arrived last evening, I walked up to our old friend Cozzens's; meantime Thayer had gone to the boat to meet me, and we missed one another.
In a few moments, however, he came in, abled at Thayer's house, in full uniform.
I was presented to them, and when this little ceremony was over we all went to Cozzens's, where all were presented to the rest of the Board of Examiners.
The Board then went to a room by itself, and was calk, Colonel Thayer adjourned the examination while a Cadet was speaking, so exactly is everything done here.
We dined at Cozzens's, and the examination was continued in the afternoon till seven o'clock.
My residence at Thayer's is extremely agree little before eight o'clock, Thayer puts on his full-dress coat and sword, and when the bugle sounds we are always at Mr. Cozzens's, where Thayer takes off his hat and inquires if the President of the Board is ready to attend at the examination-roo