Monday, 12 October 1863

Rose 6.30 ― Very fine. Mr. Prescott, Reilly, R. Decie & I, breakfasted at 7.30 ― & all walked to the Rail. In town before 9 ― & at Stratford Pl. where I was very angry to find my front room & bedroom washed ― so that they are useless for a day or two from damp. W.G. Clark the 99th & only subscriber. ―

Worked ― but indigestion followed & X ― & “coma” till 1 P.M.

Worked at 17th Lithograph ― (No. 15,) till 5 ― & nearly finished it. S.W. Clowes called.

Walked by 6 ― to W. Nevill’s ―: very pleasant tête a tête dinner with him: Later, Hugh, (much improved ―) & Geoff. ―

1863-10-12

Walk & cab back ― by 10.30.

Letter of the most amiable ― from good Mr. Prescott.

2 more subscribers ― reaching ― 101.


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

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