Results of Thomson�s Second Marriage.
to him; all of them are reaping as they sowed,
and the poor girl lying under the clods in Green-
wood is avenged. Grace and Fanny hate Mrs.
Thomson; Mort is away with Cliff in Virginia
working hard and sadly to keep
the double family and, in Haney�s words, the
punishment falls hardest on the one who had nothing
to do with the match � Mort�s Father. Grace
gets her income � and spends it. Ed. Welles, who
long ago, discontinued his visits at 745, though
he liked to go thither, is in Washington.
He couldn�t be friends with the Edwards-
es and at peace with Fanny and the Thomsons.
He has some office under government. Willis-
ton was not at 745 last Christmas, nor will
be there this one; he lives at Palensville, kept,
I suppose by his good wife. He was a bad lot;
maintained a woman and her family, neglected
his wife, escheated two watches confided to him
by Haney, came to a smash generally. To
Bellew�s unsuccessfully, he being out.
23. Monday. A drenching day. In doors
writing. Shepherd left at 1 o�clock, intending
to return to Jersey, by boat and rail, but
came back at 4 and remained during the eve-
ning. We saw Cahill once, at 8. P. M. He