Warm ― dull ― & a little rain.
(Wind changed about 11 ― & was high ― S.E. ― so no Ancôna boat comes.)
Rose at 7.15. ― & all day worked at the smaller set of 30 Tyrants. ― Health better.
Only Col. Maude called.
George out all day ―: Spiro, whose hand is very bad,wishes a consultation of 3 Doctors ― tho’ he knows his boy must die. Later I heard they said that the Scarlatina coming on the bad cold ― was hopeless. ― It seems a pity they have gone to S. Rocco.
At 4. went out & called on the Ragneneans, & walked with Boyd till 5.30.
Greek till 7.
Dined on 2 woodcox & rice milk.
G. was sent for ― & went away in distress ― for as he says ― it is all “tutt’in uno.” And his own wife expects to be confined daily ― so that the poor old mother has to go from house to house ― 3 times today. ― Χριστὸς also is ill.
At 11. G. came home: the child is not yet dead.
I penned out from 8 ― to 11.30. that large drawing from the Παλαιοκαστρίτζα hill ― looking to Λάκονες. Weather calm.
3. weeks here tomorrow!
2nd week of 60 drawings!
 “All one,” meaning “it makes no difference.”
[Transcribed by Marco Graziosi from Houghton Library, Harvard University, MS Eng. 797.3. Image.]