Commentary

Disciples


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Sunday, July 20, 1890

     10:05 A.M. Just in to see if things were all right. W. questioned me about the little book I had with me: Aeschylus. "It is a happy scheme, to get the good books out in that shape. I have, or have had, most of the old books in that shape, fit for carrying about: some of them in better covers."

     Wished to make certain that I had sent copies of Conservator to Bucke, Burroughs and Kennedy.

     Fine day. Looked "forward to the going-out." Sun clear, temperature mild, if not cool.


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