grown older and wiser, yet we lo,oked upward to-night also and smiled and we thought of three years ago.
It was a pleasant walk we took to-night, and at the Lyceum I thought many glances were directed to the
returned Californian. Dr. E. S Porter delivered a very fine lecture on the "Perversions of Science ", to which I gave very good attention as Huery observed. in fact I was very much pleased with it, and consider it as one of the best lectures I have heard this winter. [ ] and Ellen accompanied [ ] and [ ], and on our return all came in. [ ] did not stay long as it is necessary for him to keep early hours.
Friday, February 27th Weather pleasant. [ ] in the morning In the afternoon called on Mr. Lockwood , the [ ]
superintendent and distributed [ ], then called on [ ] strong Mrs. Hearns, and returned very much fatigued, yet in the evening attended a church Prayer meeting at Mr. [ ]. My little [ ] Emma Wilde is one of the prettiest babies I ever saw. She was in her mother's arms when we came in , but slept quietly in her cradle while the services went on. We all walked home in company with Mr. & Mrs. Hudson
Saturday It had snowed all night and it had snowed all day. Snow, snow, snow! Pretty as it is I am getting tired of it but Spring is almost here and we shall soon see the last of snow, which I shall bid goodbye without much [ ]
Feb 29th Received a good long letter from Mary Reeve mailed Tuesday I have waited long for it but it was joyfully received .
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