¶ 3 Leave a comment on paragraph 3 0 This hill runs just behind our Hotel, and to reach the largest and busiest part of the city we must go around that point, or go back near the base of the ridge running parallel to the Bay and cross it where the grad has been made easy and covered with a dense population.
¶ 4 Leave a comment on paragraph 4 0 4th Poor Anna, passed a most dreadfull night. She had been gaining until she felt strong enough yesterday forenoon to arise, dress, and sit up nearly all day. After a few moments reclining she received a visit from her dear friend Flora Dashler of Columbus with whom she went out to six oclock table d’hote, sat there an hour, and sat up the whole evening visiting, and I after accompanying Miss Flora back to her Hotel, was foolish enough to be tempted to step into the American Circus near here, so that when I returned at 1120 she was suffering with nervous aches and pains that nearly distracted her. It grew worse. I awoke Mrs Castle, called for her chloridine . This medicine nauseated her so she was nearly crazy, adding sick headache to all her other troubles but fortunately a few hours of the morning gave her a little sleep and today, although suffering with sick headache & weakness, she is resting and hopefull. Poor Mrs C is suffering with one of her sick headaches to pay for her hours sitting up with Anna.
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This Circus company is entitled to a considerable praise for the talent and dexterity of its performers. Each evening the printed programme promises different feats. The actors are stars and should be better patronized. Their audiences are not one tenth as large as they could command in America, but here they are stationary with comparatively light expenses- My half evening there last night was to witness the closing performances of the animal keeper of whom I had