Monthly Archives: October 1908

Saturday October 31st

This morning Barrington-Ward formally asked me to join those who are going to the Deanery. He went to see the Dean last night and talked over with him and he proposes to lecture to us on the early history of … Continue reading

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Tuesday October 27th

Another cold and cheerless day with rain at intervals throughout the day. Father had the Professor in to breakfast this morning which seems to have amused him somewhat. Aunt Mary asked him why he was called ‘Professor’ and he replied … Continue reading

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Monday October 26th

. Hobson tells me Whitmore was asked if it [presumably the tanning he received from the author] was a good one and answered in the affirmative. He is still somewhat quiet and his jauntiness to me has a defiant if … Continue reading

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Saturday October 24th

I really believe we have succeeded in squashing Whitmore, he seems subdued today, though he poses as a martyr and I gather rather that Hall disapproved of his execution. I expect that I am unpopular for the moment but it … Continue reading

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