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In my last I told you about our London visit, how kind the Vaughns were, and what pleasant parties they made for us.
You won't expect me to go back to London without seeing Magdalen first?
I was rather confused, thinking it must be out of the London fashion, but said yes.
Wordsworth made the country, but Lamb made the town; and there is quite a band of poets nowadays who share his distaste for mountains, and take London for their muse.
In London, also, on Saturday night there was a thunder- storm, and my brother reached Waterloo in a cab.
This is the entrance to Tilbury Dock, the most recent of all London docks, the nearest to the sea.
But from one thousand the deserters increased to two thousand, then to four thousand, and, a week after, Lambert, perceiving that he had no longer the possibility of accepting battle, if it were offered to him, took the wise resolution of decamping during the night, returning to London, and being beforehand with Monk in constructing a power with the wreck of the military party.
There had been three alternatives, London, Bath, or another house in the country.
The dog he bought in London from Ross and Mangles, the dealers in Fulham Road.
In all the rainy desert of autumnal London there were only two people whom the Newland Archers knew; and these two they had sedulously avoided, in conformity with the old New York tradition that it was not "dignified" to force one's self on the notice of one's acquaintances in foreign countries.
He knew no one in London and spent them by himself.
Considering how many hundreds of statues of the great Emperor must exist in London, it is too much to suppose such a coincidence as that a promiscuous iconoclast should chance to begin upon three specimens of the same bust.
A few days afterwards I sent my mother a London evening paper with an article entitled 'An Auld Licht Community,' and they told me that when she saw the heading she laughed, because there was something droll to her in the sight of the words Auld Licht in print.
They are in London, where the King lives, and you go to them every day unless you are looking decidedly flushed, but no one has ever been in the whole of the Gardens, because it is so soon time to turn back.
Leave London June 4th,'" Thomson repeated, glancing at his calendar,--"to-day