Monday, 28 October 1861

28398. Number of Bank Note for 10£ ― half of which I sent to R.S.B. by post.

At 11.10 to L. Bridge: & so to Puckley; & to Surrenden Dering by 2.

Lady Goldsmid was at Lunch, with Mrs. Galton & her 2 little girls ― & a Miss Thomas ― (Frances T.’s niece,)[.]

Afterwards Lady G. Miss T. & I walked out ―: a pleasant day, pleasant walk, pleasant company. ―

Sir F. out hunting ― returned at 7. ―

So we dined at 7.30. ― “Nonsenses” exhibited, & bed early.

But all really happy ‘lines.’

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

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