Thursday, 12 November 1863

exceedeingly cold. ― but dry.

After breakfast ― wrote out letter press ― till 12 ― when Julian Goldsmid came, & worked at the MSS most valuably & amicably till 3.30. Then came Morgan Yeatman, also very pleasant. ― Subscribers 302.

Went to Day’s, to get a new & exact estimate of the “Book” expenses: ― & to Dickenson’s: & back to Stratford Place by 6. Dressed ― & to T. Wyatts.

Poor Constance seems to me to grow more sadly weak.



T.L. is wonderfully cheery & kindly ― &, tho’ now quite deaf, tries to join in all the fun.

Sang: & came away at 10.30. ―

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


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