Wednesday, 13 July 1859

Early morning at Woodberry. The elder boys are not as they should be I fear.

Driven home by W.N. ― Packed.

At 11¾ to rail, & by 12.30 to Brighton.

Fly to Rottingdene: ((Rottingdean, presumably.)) lodgings just taken, looked at others ― but useless. ―

Rail to Lewes, & dinner there.

a Mrs. Dansey (née Bloshenne).

XX4

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

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