Margaret's third and fourth terms at Girton. Includes: 28 January, 5, 11, 20 and 25 February and 3, 9, 17 and 28 March 1882, all of which contain much information on the nursing and deterioration of 'Granny', who appears to be becoming delusional, also 25 February reads 'I feel as if we knew so very little of you this term! - - Are you so very busy as not to have time for us?' and 17 March reads 'I hope you are careful not to do too much - - Also - - do try & not sit so all bowed together. It - - is merely a lazy trick & most disasterous for yr. internals. I beg you to make an effort in this matter, & not to pooh pooh it'; 22 April 1882, sent in a mourning envelope, mentions the 'dear sweet memory of our beloved one - - [presumably Granny died during the Easter vacation]; 3, 7 and 9 May 1882; 12 May 1882 - 'What prospect of passing the Little go - - I am always completely in the dark about all your proceedings - - '; 16 and 24 May 1882; 29 May 1882 - 'How glad I shall be to get my dear daught. home again to help me in everything - - ' - 'I hope you are feeling well for all your coming agonies' - 'eat all you can'; 3 June 1882 - 'How capital about your first classes! I am so glad & now will come the Classical agonies. I do hope Miss Jex B. will do well'; 4 June 1882, mostly concerning 'beloved Charley - - home again' after a broken engagement; 8 June 1882 - 'Don't be - - cast down - - if you do fail to pass. It is not a vital matter - - ', also 'we have bought the lease of M.de Bodichon's house, 5 Blandford Square' (2 pages on the matter), and enclosing a poem by C Llewelyn Davies entitled 'H. Heine to his Mother June 1882'.