Tuesday, 31 January 1860

Rain, & clear, ― ditto ― ditto. ―: most perplexing weather.

Worked at Stansfeld’s P. Molle, & not badly ― but irritated & unwell.

X11

Worked on: but rain & darkness ensued.

So I went to Macbeans’ & sate a bit. ――

Then walked on the Pincian (unluckily,) meeting Mr. Young ― so I couldn’t get off that odious  ring circle.

Dined alone.

BUT ― 3 LETTERS ― FROM

EMILY T. ――
MR. EDWARDS,
& J.H. HUNT.

Any one of ’em a blessing.

Penned out Lebanon drawing.

Mr. More came ― ὁ Μώρε!
[και εβαιως, ειναι Μωρος] ((O More! / And [], is a baby (GT).))

Dr. Kennedy & he go tomorrow.

At 10 shut up. ― discoursing [με τον Σουλιοτον, ω ρωτον, δια μερικα πραγματα] ((With the Suliot, as first, a few things (GT).))

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

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