Tuesday, 8 July 1862

X3 Cloudy ― finer at times.

Ill from boles, & utter upside drowsiness. ―

Being at home at 2.30 ― I only arose at 8.

Could hardly work at all ― sight bad.

Viscountess Newry & young Viscount Newry came.

Later ― Foster ― of Corfû memory, & later Somers-Cocks: ― poor William Wynne has cancer ― wh. is dreadful to think of. ― Afternoon fine ― but I slept mostly ― barring a little I called work.

At 6.30 ― cab to remote parts of W. Brompton ― where are for the present Miss Goldsmid, & Mrs. Naylor.

Τὸ γεῦμα οὒτως ἦτον.[1]

Cab, home by 11.30.

[1] Dinner was as follows (NB).


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