appears that O. G. has been attached to her for years, but she has resisted; that he came to this country at her recommendation, and he is a very agreeable and cultivated person, and Mrs. Ward liked him extremely.
He is also a remarkable business man, Sam Ward thought, and had managed her concerts for some time.
She is a perfectly delightful guest; goes singing up and down stairs, and sings every evening.
She gave Mrs. Ward a diamond pin with diamond pendants.
Her bridesmaid was little Lily Ward (the child who wanted to die so as to have a little conversation with Daniel and ask him how he really felt when in the lions' den!). The Wards have had a letter from them at Northampton in which she signs herself Jenny Gold-schmidt-doesn't it look prettier? --while he dates the letter as so many days from the beginning of his life --all which is very satisfactory; and they are to stay at Northampton till June and then sail for Europe.
Also she is said not to be so rich as has been suppos