Tuesday, 12 January 1858

Alack alack! Rose al solito.

At 6 ― came Παπαδόπουλος, all in tears ― his only child being about to die. He was very “demonstrative” ― but I allowed for grief ― & worked out my two hours solo. After breakfast I found I had lost my little sketch book with all my Mt.Ida, Smyrna, and many other sketches. I did no work, but hunted for it vainly. At 12 Mrs. Ragnenean, Mrs. Forbes, Mrs. Saunders, Miss S. Miss R. Miss Henderson, Miss Hall, & others unknown, came, & saw the Athos drawings &c. After that I painted a bit, & at 4 walked the usual round overtaking Curzon & Ponsonby.

Dining alone, & bed early.


[Transcribed by Marco Graziosi from Houghton Library, Harvard University, MS Eng. 797.3. Image.]

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