Thursday, 26 December 1861

Turin

Just as cold, & wetter. Very unpleasant. But I cannot say I suffer as much in these rooms as I did one year at Condi Terrace.

From 9 to 5 ― worked at Turin: tolerably well. Went upstairs & called at Maudes & Cravens ―― both out.

At 6 dinner ― ὤς Χθὲς. ((As yesterday (NB).))

& penned out 3rd Jumerka=Janina sketch till 10.15.

It is a great thing to get over any part of the ‘winter’ easily ― & so far, so good.

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

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