Monday, 25 January 1864

Lovely ― but not clear.

Finished “Damascus” for Alfred Drummond, & “Athens” for Sibilla Mildmay.

Capt. Stocker R.A. came.

At 2. went out to above the Parguenote village, & drew, there, & nearer Manducchio till 5.20.

At home found several letters ― Drummond’s had received my £50.4.0. T. Cooper writes ― & Ellen, & several others.

Dined at De Vere’s. ―


Came home at 11 ― & wrote to Ellen & for an hour or two.

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

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