Yet on June 10 she is arriving in New York at 5.40 A. M., bound for a peace meeting.
. I got two bricks from the dear old house at the corner of Broadway and Bond Street, now all down and rebuilding.
Will have one enamelled for myself.
, what a bitter lesson is in this tearingdown!
How I was wanting in duty to the noble parent who built this grand home for me!
I hope to help young people to understand something of parental love and its responsibilities.
But parents also must study children, since each new soul may require a new method.”
. Home very gladly.
Helped Maud with her Latin.
At 3.30 to rehearse ‘Midsummer-Night's Dream.’
I Hermia and Snout.
At 7.30 the reading, which was the pleasantest we have had.”
[These readings were in the vestry of the Church
of the Disciples.
, our mother, Erving Winslow
, and others of the congregation took part: we remember the late Professor James Mills Pierce
as Orlando in “As you like it” ; his beautiful reading of the part contrasting oddly with his middle-aged, longbearded personality.
Our mother's rendering of Maria in “Twelfth night” was something to remember.]
. Up at five and to get a boat.
Maud and the Lieutenant
[Zalinski] rowed me to Fort Independence
and back, a most refreshing excursion.
Dear Dr. Hedge
came out to make a morning visit.
I kept him as long as I could.
We talked of Bartol
, Rubinstein, Father Taylor
, and Margaret Fuller
, whom he knew when she was fourteen years old. He urged me to labor ”