gher morality which at all costs protests against the legalizing of vice.
Before leaving Geneva she writes:--
To Ferney in omnibus.
The little church with its inscription Deo erexit Voltaire, and the date. ... I remember visiting Ferney with dear Chev; remember that he did not wish me to see the model [of Madame Du Chatelet's monument] lest it should givemegloomy thoughts about my condition — she died in childbirth, and the design represents her with her infant bursting the tomb.
October found the travellers in Paris, the elder still intent on affairs of study and reform, the younger grasping eagerly at each new wonder or beauty.
There were meetings of the Academy of Fine Arts, the Institute of France, the Court of Assizes: teachers' meetings, too, and dinners with deaconesses (whom she found a pleasant combination of cheerfulness and gravity), and with friends who took her to the theatre.
To Palais de Justice.
Court of Assizes — a young man to be condemned for an