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                      From New York.
to 132 to sleep after wedding and dinner
at the house of Phillips� brother.  They occupy
the little room leading off the hall-way on
the first floor.    Phillips works very steadily
and late into the night.   Celia is very wifely and
there has been no unusual excitement about the
affair; perhaps not the amount that is usual.�
Softly has left the house.   Boweryem has Shep-
herd as room-mate.      Cahill and Mullen
hate each other � cause Miss Delany: Bowery-
em proposes to �divery their frenzy� by himself
paying attention to the lady, �to which end a
neat copy of verses will, he thinks, be desirable.
Please write to Cahill and arrange to have my
funeral postponed until your return, as I could
wish you to be chief mourner.�    And this
most ludicrous story: �A few nights ago, came
Edge into my room after I was in bed and
dozing.   He sat down before the fire and whi-
ned aout Cahill�s room being so full of gas
from the stove that he could not endure it lon-
ger.     I made no reply.    He then imparted how
his landlady had, that night, given him sudden
notice to leave his room beause he owed her
only two weeks board, although he had been 
there nearly three months.    This he designated
as �a great inconvenience� and commiserated
himself about his sufferings.       �Bonner had               
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