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Diary entry by Gertrude Bell

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Gertrude Bell
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Fri. 5. [5 December 1902] Quite warm but most agreeable. Talked to
Mr Robertson about Justice and Maeterlinck and read some of the
Upanishad book. Ditto after lunched and walked a little with Mrs
Moncrieff who confided to me how she disliked Lady Wolberton and
Beatrice Herbert - both cousins of hers. Sat right forward with Miss
Muir and Mrs Barnes at sunset. Mrs Moncrieff dined with us in our
empty place and played a rubber with us after. Phosphorescent sea.
Hot night.

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