Monday, 28 December 1863

Much colder: gray ―: & some light snow.

20 letters ― 9 payments.

52 only now remaining unpaid.

Wrote answers, & at 12 ― went to Drummonds, & drew £400 ―with which cabbed to Mr. Scott of Bank Chambers ― & left it with him. Walked to Day’s ― & arranged about various things ― & back to Bank Chambers by 2 ― where I got £33 change & “accepted my stock.” So I have now 2000£ which is or seems absurd.

Cab to Pallmall, & walked home. [More] letters to answer. At 4 ― walked to Prince’s & T. Wyatts ― taking leave of him & Mrs. W. ― Back ― & wrote journal till 6.

Dined, μοναχῶς.

Enraged at martin sendin in a bill a second time.

XX


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

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