[longing?] of the mountings, regretting that I shall not be among them this year living over again the great happiness of the past summer -However, the plans ahead of me hold many attractions, for they predict Italy. My motherand I sail from New York February fourteenth, to Naples - for a trip of some months. We plan on this trip to spend quiet lazy days in the south of Italy, in Sicily, and then in the warm weather go to the mountains north of Florence.
1903 Jan 20
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