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h dash and spirit.
It is a famous play, but the sentiment is very stilted, like going up a ladder to shave one's self.
I was at Providence on Friday to meet a literary club of ladies.
I read to them the greater part of my play, Hippolytus, written the summer before Sammy was born, for Edwin Booth.
It seemed very ghostly to go back to the ambitions of that time, but the audience, a parlor one, expressed great satisfaction.... I 'fesses that I did attend the Bryant Centenary Festival at Cummington, Mass.
I read a poem written for the occasion.
Charles Dudley Warner and Charles Eliot Norton were there, and Parke Godwin presided.
August 31. To Newport with Flossy, taking my screed with me, to the meeting of Colonial Dames, at the rooms of the Historical Society, one of which is the old Seventh-Day Baptist Church, which my greats grandfather, Governor Samuel Ward, used to attend. ... Bishop Clarke made the closing address, full of good sense, sentiment and wit — a wonderful man f