They then showed me a dispatch that had been addressed by Mr. Cassatt to the Lieutenant Governor.
Mr. Cassatt, punctilious in these matters, paid Whistler for the painting before he returned to America.
Numbers of people told me to leave, and Mr. Cassatt directed me to leave.
Under the leadership of Mr. Cassatt a company was organized to purchase the road.
I also met Mr. Cassatt at the depot, and I said in the event of our going down and clearing the tracks, can you move your trains.
He had no conversation with Mr. Cassatt in your presence, that you recollect of?
In her etchings and drawings Miss Cassatt early arrived at freedom of handling.
Mr. Cassatt was there, one of the vice-presidents of the Pennsylvania Railroad Company.
Mr. Stewart asked him if he would see Mr. Cassatt, if he would bring him down to the mayor's office.
At ten o'clock a citizen of Allegheny came from Walls with word for me from Mr. Cassatt.