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n them that nobody would want anyway. All she wished was to have anything that was nice and pretty. MARY THINKING WHAT SHE WOULD LIKE FROM JAPAN. MARY THINKING WHAT SHE WOULD LIKE FROM JAPAN. For the ne

xt few days the proposed journey was the theme of conversation in the Bassett family. Mary examined all the books she could find about the countries her broth

er expected to visit; then she made a list of the things she desired, and the day before his departure she gave him a sealed envelope containing the paper. She explained that he was not to open it until he reached Japan, and that he would find two lists of what she wanted. "The things marked 'number one' you must get anyway," she said, "and those marked 'number two' you must get if you can." Frank thought she had shown great self-denial in making t

wo lists[Pg 21] instead of one, but intimated that there w

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as not much distinction in the conditions she proposed. He promised to see about the matter when he reached Japan, and so the conversation on that topic came to an end. It did not take a long time to prepare Frank's wardrobe for the journey. His

grandmother had an impression that he was going on a whaling voyage, as her brother had gone on one more than sixty years before. She proposed to give him two heavy jackets, a dozen pairs of woollen stockings, and a tarpaulin hat, and was sure he would need them. She[Pg 22] wa

s undeceived when the difference between a sea voyage of to-day and one of half a century ago was explained to her. The housemaid said he would not need any thick clothing if he was going to Japan, as it was close to Jerusalem, and it was very hot there. She thought Japan was a seaport o

f Palestine, but Mary made it clear to her that Japan and

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