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To ANNIE ADAMS FIELDS[mid-1863], Philadelphia Dear Annie I hurry these off in the evening’s mail. I think I did send one to Mr & Mrs Waterston[1] but send one undirected—won’t you find out if I did and repair the omission—if not? I…

To ANNIE ADAMS FIELDS February 18, [1863], Wheeling My dear Annie Only a word I have time for today—to tell you how thoughtful your fancy of giving up pleasure by a visit to you and Boston was. I would dearly love to see you both—but I cannot…

To ANNIE ADAMS FIELDS January 10, [1863], Wheeling Only last night dear Annie your Christmas greeting came—too late, too, for me to say to you then how glad I was you had remembered me. It was such a beautiful gift, in conception and reality, just…

“The Clergyman’s Wife" By the Author of “The Second Life.” Parsonage, August lst.It rains to-night, a sharp, sleety rain, driving against the windows with a low continual moan. It puts me in mind of the Banshee old[1] Norry used to belong to…

The Fatal Plunge The vehement controversy has been going on lately between some of our contemporaries as to the relative cost of living in different American cities. The newly-married couple with a small income are the objects of this anxious…

Unhappy International Marriages _____ Probably Half of Nearly 300 Title and Money Romances Prove Failure. _____ Differing Ideas and "Intolerable Humiliation"   The international marriage which both husband and wife are now struggling to break was an…

”A New National Trait” MAY I point my meaning by an anecdote? Thirty years ago a young journalist who had been on the staff of a New York newspaper which had pushed itself into notice by its personalities, started a paper in a city in Virginia. A…

Earthen Pitchers  Chapter I.            “We’ll drive?” said young Chalkley, anxiously, halting on the steps of the Continental Hotel. He had Mr. Burgess, the English magazinist, in charge. “Oh, drive, of course!” beckoning to a…

DOCTOR WARRICK’S DAUGHTERSCHAPTER I   DOCTOR SAMUEL WARRICK was a surgeon in a Federal regiment from the beginning to the end of the Civil War. His wife, in the meantime, lived with her children in the old Warrick homestead near Luxborough in…
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