Friday, 14 August 1863

Same weather all day. The crowds on the beach ― evaporating at 1 ― or 2 ― & returning. ― Expecting Wade-Browne to dinner, I sate working at Ithaca pennings from 9 to 7. ― but no Browne came. So I sate down to a sole & cutlets, & continually read Lever’s Davenport Dunn with delight.[1]

Better health today ― & reason why. ―

Letter from C.F. ―

Ο Κέρκυρα!

Nevertheless I wish I could hear from Γεώργιος Κοκάλι.

X

 


[1] Davenport Dunn: A Man of Our Day. London: Chapman and Hall, 1859.


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

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