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Mary Thacher Higginson, Thomas Wentworth Higginson: the story of his life, XVI: the crowning years (search)
utifully situated above the lake. We begin building this autumn. These bits of Dublin life are from the diaries:— June 12, 1891. Began thoroughly to enjoy theto it. He has always worked in this way and likes it. In our early years at Dublin, the Smiths' outdoor theatre was dedicated and Colonel Higginson read these lin, writes of Colonel Higginson:— The traits that marked his summer life at Dublin specially appealed to me; his sincere recognition of genuine manhood and womanhm and seemingly sordid side of country life. Literary work was continued at Dublin and the author's secretary imported for a time each summer, as this plea to hiswithout interest. . .Great surprise. In June the invalid was transported to Dublin, and in July made the following note:— July 30. Sent to printers first ( to a young Boston physician. The ceremony took place in the village church at Dublin, and Dr. Robert Collyer officiated. Fortunately his views about the heathen o<