Sunday, 24 January 1864

Perfectly lovely. ―

Wrote till 10.

Church. Eh ― weary work.

Afterwards called on Mrs. Loughman ― & on Lady Wolff: apropos of Canino.

At 3 ― walked by Ποταμῶ Φλᾶττς[1] ― & back by Ποταμῶ, ― overtaking Sir Henry, Capt. Beauchamp-Seymour, & E. Baring.

At 7.30 to the Palace ―

1864-01-24

Very pleasant: ―

Afterwards went to S. & B.’s rooms. ― Capt. Seymour also: where we sung &c.


[1] The Potamo flats (?).


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

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