Wednesday, 2 July 1862

Rose at 6.

Peculiarly cold, dark, rainy, disgusting day.

Nobody came ― at least it is now 3 P.M. I have been working at Gastouri ― & looking over drawings made in ‘days that are no more.’ ―

Worked again till 5.30. when I called on Mr. Morier ― whom at last I thought beginning to show age in more ways than one. ―

Called also at Edgar Drummonds ― & at G. Clive’s. And then walked to  65. Russell Square, where at 8.30. or 9 ― dined or supped with W.N. & R.

Will is in trouble about Willie ― who is “no bono.” ―

Home by 11. Bitterly cold!


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


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