Friday, 17 July 1863

XXX. Ἐξ αἱτίας του[1] ――――――.

A sad day. And the first I have lost the morning hours of ― not rising till 7.

Penned & coloured little all day ― sleeping more. Weary & troubled as to staying or going from town.

No one came ― “studio gazing.” ―

C. Fortescue called & sate a time.

Later ― the Robinsons & Sir G. Buller ― cards & a note.

At 7. To W. Nevill’s ― 65 Russell Sqre.

1863-07-17

Miss (Jane) Dridge ― & Mary Jourdain were there bu not dining.

Home in a cab by 10.15.

Same fine weather.

 


[1] Because of (NB).


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

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