Wednesday, 29 October 1862

X10

Lighter. ― Unwell & did nothing all day.

Peel’s Protegé came. ― Fred. K. Thomas Underhill.

Sate with Smith ― who I cannot think will recover.

Sate to Gush, & told him a bit of my mind about his servants.

Grenfell came at 4 ― & staid till 5. Much talk.

Dined at Clives at 7

G.C. is better ― yet I dread ― not well. ― Edwd. C. is a good lad.


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

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