Monday, 14 July 1862

Fine.

Rose at 6. ― & readied to go by the early train ― which, thanks to a benevolent butler I got to ― having breakfasted also.

In town by 9: ― & called at Drummond’s ― drawing out £20. ― at Stratford Pl. but not well.

X5

Slept. ill. painted hardly at all.

At 2 ― Lord & Lady Strangford ― Miss Beauford & “Johnny Warren” came. Ἔτζι κ’ἔτζι.[1]

Afterwards, Mrs & Constance Wyatt, amicable & good both.

At 5.30, walked to Trafalgar Square: tire,

Cab home ― by 10.30.

X

 


[1] So so.


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

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