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con in the editorship of the Ladies' Repository was Nancy Thorning Munroe, who had indeed begun to contribute to its pages attors during the term of her sister-in-law's leadership. Mrs. Munroe also contributed to the Rose of Sharon. One of her cont fronting Aldersey—a house built by her husband—is where Mrs. Munroe lived for many years. In Our Model Neighborhood, after f to all. Some interesting prose and verse appears from Mrs. Munroe's pen in the Juvenile Annual called The Rainbow, publisemed by the owners. Toward the latter part of her life, Mrs. Munroe kept a greenhouse, and used her flowers as suggestions fialogues of animated nature, called Talks in My Home. Mrs. Munroe is described as a brunette of vivacious manner. When shr the college library, sent a humorous rhymed epistle to Mrs. Munroe, who, after gaining the coopera-tion of the women of thehere they were reviewed by the now satisfied Dominie. Mrs. Munroe was born in what is now Somerville, married a Somerville