Monday, 31 August 1863

Rose before 6 ― & penned more outlines for Lithography ― finishing the 19th by 1. P.M.

Wrote to Mr. Baring ― declining Norman Court.

Placed lithographic stones in readiness in Gush’s ground-floor studio.

S.W. Clowes called: he marries ˇ[Hon.] Adelaide Cavendish in November.

Put the tracing of No. 11. Sappho’s Leap on the stone ― by 5. P.M.

At 6 ― cab to 1. Trafalgar Square. ―


Percy Coombe has gone all awry somehow, & I am in fear for his future days.

Cab home by 10. ―


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


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