Dear Anna I rec'd thy last letter at breakfast this morning, & as we were too late for me to take my usual train, we read in there, Margaret Yarnall being present & hearing the allusions to herself without discomposure. It was the visit of the said Margaret that was the first cause of the lateness of the breakfast. Alf drove her over in the evening & as the horse was slow (Dich) & the moon was bright they did not get over till after 11. & as there had to be some talk before going to bed - & a great deal after. I did not feel like waking them
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