Letters of Mrs. James G. Blaine Volume 2 by Mrs. James G. BlaineLetters of Mrs. James G. Blaine Volume 2 by Mrs. James G. Blaine

Letters of Mrs. James G. Blaine Volume 2

byMrs. James G. Blaine

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1908 edition. Excerpt: ... beauty of hers. Jacky's chills have all come back, Lloyd Bryce 1 has sent your Father his check, though the article will not appear till the North American of January. C A will come on now I hope. The President has sent us four ducks, Emmons and Anita have gone to New York. With a great deal of love, your own, H S B To M. Washington, Saturday evening. (Autumn, 1889) Dearest M.,--Just one line to tell you that your father is sitting up, hard at work on a final revision of the Gladstone papers. Nissan has rubbed him into an angle of less than 45 degrees, and his spirits are erect. I have been in to see Mrs. Hitt, and Mr. Hitt, walking home with me, went up stairs to see your Father and tell him about the Caucus. The President has also been over and up, and his message has been looked over. Dinner has come and gone, and Walker is dressing for Mrs. James's evening. If your Father continues to improve, I may 1 Gen. Lloyd Bryce succeeded Allan Thorndyke Rice as editor of The North American Review. go to New York Monday, but I will telegraph you early, or late tomorrow. Here comes Mons, so goodnight. Always thine, H. S. B. Here the letters of 1889 end abruptly and courage has been lacking to look beyond that year. The path that the writer was called upon to follow was already passing under the shadow of a great grief and was to lead on, from sorrow to sorrow, into a darkness that was never lifted in this life. She died at Augusta on July 15, 1903, having known great joys and great sorrows. As she herself wrote: "So much love and so much life do not often go together." INDEX a. ERRATA Volume I Page 40: for "Washburn" read "Washburne." Page 111: for "Cook" read "Cooke." Page 124: for "The Congressional" read "Cas-pari's." Page 210: the figure 1,...
Title:Letters of Mrs. James G. Blaine Volume 2Format:PaperbackDimensions:108 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.22 inPublished:May 20, 2014Publisher:General Books LLCLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:021785625X

ISBN - 13:9780217856256