Tuesday, 14 July 1863

Rose at 6 ― penned till 8. Fine ― hot, murky.

Letters from ― Duke St. Albans, Lady James & others.

Colored & penned all day ― but with long & unprofitable interruptions. Came ―

T. Woolner.
J. Blencowe.
Mrs. J. Blencowe.
Mr. Bridgman-Simpson
Mrs. ditto ― above.
Miss King.

Bothered that no crawings came from Tarrant.

7.30 to Mr. Norths:


Very pleasant evening. ―

home by 12.

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


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