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Written by Robbin
(9/17/2009 5:40 p.m.)
in consequence of the missive, He knows Willoughby usually sleeps in until noon, penned by Barbara
One reason for sleeping the morning away would be late night carousing of one kind or another or both. (:D) Of course there are other reasons for sleeping late also. I am not sure what time Sir John means to suggest Willoughby rises. Does “two hours before his usual time” indicate Willoughby arose at 0800 (as when he was up to hunt per Ch. 9) or does it mean he usually gets going about noon, two hours past ten, when breakfast was scheduled at the park? (:D)
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