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Text for Page 170 [03-28-1863]

              is supposed to have occurred between
Susy Woodward and Richardson:
I think she was the best-tempered girl
of the two.	 Mrs Captain Kettle
appeared with a bouncing boy, at the
dinner-table, one evening, looking better
than ever she did as Miss Fagan.
It appears that she cut Ham dead,
on getting married.   Halsted was tel-
ling me that Mrs K is an ardent Mc
Clellanite, echoing Kettle, who always
was a fool.             The Phillips look 
very husband-and-wifely, �Celia� appearing
at Sunday breakfasts with her hair
in papers.   Philips has dropped in-
ventions and sticks to his trade of
working jeweler; his wife, also, going
out to some employment, unlike the
self-assertive Lizzy.        Fite by the
way, is clerk in a Broadway toy-
store.        There�s a dazed-looking
old donkey know as �the Judge� who               
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