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[Gertrude never entirely mastered the art of spelling, and all her life long there were certain words in her letters that were always spelt wrong.
I caught up the Agail who had stopped to breakfast and were making coffee and baking bread--they eat nothing in the morning before they start.
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We have therefore in dealing with them to content ourselves with transliterations, some of which in words more or less frequently used in English have become translations, such as 'Koran,' 'kavass,' etc.
She also loved her country life, in which her occupations included an absorbing amount of gardening, fox hunting--she was a bold rider to hounds--interesting herself in the people at her father's ironworks, and in her country village, making friends in every direction.
The stone used here is a beautiful white limestone that looks like marble and weathers a golden yellow, like the Acropolis.
But the letters to her family have provided such abundant material for the reconstruction of her story that it has not been found necessary to ask for any others.
She always wrote 'siezed,' 'ekcercise,' 'exhorbitant.' Sometimes she wrote 'priviledge.' The cooking lessons referred to in the diary and sometimes in the early letters did not have much praftical result.
She was a good deal younger than her two brothers and Gertrude, but as she grew up she was always one of Gertrude's chosen friends and companions.
When Gertrude was fifteen and Maurice had gone to school, she went, first as a day scholar and afterwards as a boarder, to Queen's College in Harley Street, where a friend of her mother's, Camilla Croudace, had just been made Lady Resident.
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