Wednesday, 10 September 1862

Dark, damp, disgusting ― till 1. ― 3 to 6 ― fine with sun.

Rose at 7. Too dark to do anything.

Sorted drawings, (to take to [Hants] ―) for 2 or 3 hours.

Letters from T. Fairbairn: wrote to him, T.G. Baring, Mrs. Scrivens, Matt Wyatt & Mrs. Prescott ― arranging to go to Fairbarns on the 18th. Sir F.B.’s on the 16th.

Painted at the Prescott=Ascension view: ― & later at Miss Yates’s Athos. Slow work & a bore.

Came Mr. Sayer: & later Mr. Ridley.

At 6. went to Maclean’s ― about the Photographs of my sketches: ― to Bickers ― Foord’s ― & home.

At 7.30 ― to 61. Eaton Square.

Evening pleasant.

Home by 11[.]

XX4


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

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