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It makes my blood run cold to remember how we used to run, chasing each other, along the top of the nine-foot garden wall, and jump down from that height. Cambridge corn and coal merchants of that name in the town —and —there is still a coal-merchant cowbank of the Cam, upstream from Silver Street Bridge. The house had no name, nor had the road; all that part of Cambridge was simply called Newnham; so my father named it Newnham Grange. It was certainly a their granaries, warehouses, houses, stables and yards ran along the west 32 Newnham Grange good investment, but because he It is one; it fell I am in love with it sure that he really and all its bought the place romantic associations.

This, and a new teapot for Mrs. That and dehvered them all correctly on the — — way back. All day long the slow four-wheelers used to go chp-clopping along to the yet more station. And dismal, there sometimes, even slower, even heavier, was the Plop, Plop, Plop, of the feet of the oldest horses in the world, as they plugged along, pulling the funereal Girton cabs out to Girton with four melancholy students in each; while the drab on the foot. And wind Newnham all girls skurried to and fro to their lectures were dons going 'to lecture, with and undergraduates in their Norfolk the time there in their gowns'; jackets, setting out in pairs to do the 'Grantchester Grind' exercise.

Though, by that time, I beheve she would have married him, even if his legs had been crooked. »T»T«SgggfiBi they were married in the SO vania; where the My first water'. unshakable courage were very soothing to nerves; and in all the at Erie,PennsyI- my mother as 'a whole they mother's calmness, good spirits and local paper described Philadelphia belle of the were very happy. summer of 1884, more important And on my the father's overstrung things she submitted her strong will to his better judgment.

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