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A Scottish Byre Lamp – Saturday 1902

A letter this morning from a friend in Paris, with a very tempting suggestion that I might join her in a pension there. It would be so good for my health, physical and mental, she says. The lectures delightful, the … Continue reading

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Suffragette at Home – December 1909

“I see that Gretchen isn’t a suffragette,” remarked the master of the house as I put two lumps of sugar into his fourth cup of tea. “She doesn’t expect the men to wait upon themselves.” “Oh, Don’t be deceived by … Continue reading

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Saved Humiliation – Tuesday December 1902

Before we could get set to work with our baking, two visitors arrived for dinner, intimating that another of the same family might be expected for tea! Your pity, I pray! Nothing in the tea cake line, but plain bread … Continue reading

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Tuesday – Succession of Visitors – May 1902

A succession of visitors till bed time and no time to write a word. Post either on Tuesday night or early on Wednesday.

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