Montrose, First-day eve. 11-14-80 My dearest Lilly, Thy last writtern on the 11th came to hand yesterday. I was very glad to hear about the matinée and that thee enjoyed it. No doubt it did thee a world of good though thee was exhausted with the unaccustomed effort. If thee had to do something of the sort everyday, it would be as nothing to thee. What I fear for thee, as thee is well aware, is that the constant habit of conferring thyself to a certain routine and one set of ideas will unfit thee certainly for anything else. "All work and no play," &c.
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