Excerpt from Children of to-Morrow
The Governor and his family had finished dining and were in the library Of the Old Mansion which had been their home for the past six months.
It was the end Of June, and very hot. School sessions were over; social activities had lap... sed; everybody - in Mrs. Innes's phrase - had gone or was on the eve Of going away. It behooved the State's first family, she thought, to consider how the vacation from Official cares should be spent.
She looked Up sharply when the Governor said he could not get away.
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