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It is a very beautiful composition. ... The alto was frightened at first, coming out stronger in Woe unto them, and better still in Oh, rest in the Lord.
The audience seemed to me sleepy and cold.
I really led the applause for the alto.
March 13.... Wrote to John A. Beal, of Beal's Island, offering to send instructive literature to that benighted region, where three mountebanks, pretending to teach religion, robbed the simple people and excited them to acts of frenzy.
March 17. Mrs. Allen's funeral.... I had a momentary mental vision of myself in the Valley of the Shadow, with a splendid champion in full armor walking beside me, a champion sent by God to make the dread passage easy and safe ....
April 2.... Learned the deaths of X. and Abby Morton Diaz.
Poor X., her conduct made her impossible, but I always thought she would send flowers to my funeral.
Mrs. Diaz is a loss — a high-strung, public-spirited woman with an heroic history.
April 4. To the carr