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when she said he was afraid of ridicule.
Our party broke up at 11, a rainy night await-
ing us.
  2.  Saturday.  By noon to tailor�s, then
down-town to the �Evening Post� Office � Godwin
gone.     Here and there; met Haney at Ross and
Tousey�s.     Up-town by omnibus; in-doors the
rest of the day.         Stockton up in my room du-
ring the evening, and, later, Boweryem.       The
former is now editorializing for the �Century,�
under Mc. Elrath; the paper is more of an �Ar-
my and Navy Gazette� than ought else; it has
been debated whether it should not assume that
title.           Clapp modestly proposed to take the
editorship of it, to Mc Elrath, also to change
its name to that of the �Bohemian,� but Mc
E. didn�t see it      The �Saturday Press� died
deservedly in January.
  3.  Sunday.   Writing a letter to Charley
about finding a London publisher for a proposed 
book of my writing, to be called �Charleston
during Secession-Time, by a British Looker-
On.�        Turned out by 4 �, the streets full
of people, the day a mild May one.    Up Broad-
way and to 22nd street, called on Frank Hil-
lard, had tea with him and family, stayed               
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