1 Letter, Lucy Westenra to Mina Murray.
2 Letter, Lucy Westenra to Mina Murray.
3 I am unhappy about Lucy and about Jonathan.
4 Letter from Miss Mina Murray to Miss Lucy Westenra.
5 Lucy is more excitable than ever, but is otherwise well.
6 Strangely enough, Lucy did not wake; but she got up twice and dressed herself.
7 Lucy walks more than ever, and each night I am awakened by her moving about the room.
8 Lucy went out visiting with her mother, and as they were only duty calls, I did not go.
9 Then, too, Lucy, although she is so well, has lately taken to her old habit of walking in her sleep.
10 Lucy was looking sweetly pretty in her white lawn frock; she has got a beautiful colour since she has been here.
11 Lucy was full of pity, too, but she did not attempt to touch the dog, but looked at it in an agonised sort of way.
12 Lucy is to be married in the autumn, and she is already planning out her dresses and how her house is to be arranged.
13 Lucy frets at the postponement of seeing him, but it does not touch her looks; she is a trifle stouter, and her cheeks are a lovely rose-pink.
14 Oh, Lucy, Lucy, I cannot be angry with you, nor can I be angry with my friend whose happiness is yours; but I must only wait on hopeless and work.
15 Lucy and I sat awhile, and it was all so beautiful before us that we took hands as we sat; and she told me all over again about Arthur and their coming marriage.
16 Lucy has not walked much in her sleep the last week, but there is an odd concentration about her which I do not understand; even in her sleep she seems to be watching me.
17 Lucy, after a while, was in gay spirits, owing, I think, to some dear cows who came nosing towards us in a field close to the lighthouse, and frightened the wits out of us.
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