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Text for Page 037 [12-04-1851]

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Mason and Jane Gibson came.   Left at 11, and to
Franklin Street, laughing all the way.     Lent me the
´┐ŻLorgnette´┐Ż a [word crossed out] clever Spectatorish book, [word crossed out]
  5. Friday.  Traveler Office best part of the morning. In re
turning to Franklin met Barth.  Holbrook came, and knock-
ed a hole into chimney, and put up stove for me. Barth
left.  All the afternoon putting things to rights.   Evening, 
making a portrait of Lola Montez on wood, from a
very fine engraving Holbrook had brought.  Finished it by
midnight.
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  6. Saturday.  Down Broadway, beholding the preparations
for the entrance of Kossuth.  O cheerful, sunny, bracing day,
blue sky overhead.  Flags, banners and inscriptions waving from
housefronts, throngs of people hurrying about with [word crossed out] un-business
looks on their countenances.  At the Broadway Theatre was a 
banner with the finest denunciatory inscription which
I think could be found throughout Shakspere,  The actors
Reynolds and Moorhouse whom I afterwards questioned               
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