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A birthday when there are only many happy returns is a little like Sunday or Christmas Eve. Oswald had a birthday card or two that was all but he did not repine, because he knew they always make it up to you for putting off keeping your birthday, and he looked forward to Saturday. Albert s uncle had a whole stack of letters as usual, and presently he tossed one over to Dora, and said, What do you say, little lady Shall we let them come But Dora, butter fingered as ever, missed the catch, and Dick and Noel both had a try for it, so that the letter went into the place where the bacon had been, and where now only a frozen looking lake of bacon fat was slowly hardening, and then somehow it got into the marmalade, and then H. O. got it, and Dora said I don t want the nasty thing now all grease and stickiness. So H. O. read it aloud MAIDSTONE SOCIETY OF ANTIQUITIES AND FIELD CLUB Aug. 14, 1900 DEAR SIR, At a meeting of the H. O. stuck fast here, and the writing was really very bad, like a spider that has been in the ink pot crawling in a hurry over the paper without stopping to rub its feet properly on the mat. So Oswald took the letter. He is above minding a little marmalade or bacon. He began to read. It ran thus It s not Antiquities, you little silly, he said it s Antiquaries. The other s a very good word, said Albert s uncle, and I never call names at breakfast myself it upsets the digestion, my egregious Oswald. That s a name though, said Alice, and you got it out of Stalky , too. Go on, Oswald. emoji-face mask medical So Oswald went on where he had been interrupted MAIDSTONE SOCIETY OF ANTIQUARIES AND FIELD CLUB Aug. 14,1900. DEAR SIR, At a meeting of the Committee of this Society it was agreed that a field day should be held on Aug. 20, when the Society proposes to visit the interesting church of face mask for dust protection Ivybridge and also the Roman remains in the vicinity. Our president, Mr Longchamps, F.R.S., has obtained permission to open a barrow in the Three Trees pasture. We protective mask face gurad protective mask face gurad venture to ask whether you would allow the members of the Society to walk through your grounds and to inspect from without, of course your beautiful house, which is, as you are doubtless aware, of great historic interest, having been for some years the residence of the celebrated Sir Thomas Wyatt. I am, dear Sir, yours faithfully, EDWARD K. TURNBULL Hon. Sec Just so, said Albert s uncle well, shall we permit the eye of the Maidstone Antiquities to profane these sacred solitudes, and the foot of the Field Club to kick up a dust.