Friday, 29 January 1864

Quite warm ―― & rainy-cloudy.

Drew at the Watercolor drawings off & on ― all day.

Colonel Wynne came.

Various letters ― i.e. notes ―

At 5 ― went out ― (having had a letter from C. Lane,) with a book from him ― & to give it to Baring. Sir H.J. was there, & “walked on” up & down. Afterwards Major Cocks.

Home by 6.30. Dined at 7 μοναχῶς.

Penned out till 10.30.

Heavy showers of rain. ―


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

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One response to “Friday, 29 January 1864

  1. Νίκος Δ. Καράμπελας

    Thank you Marco.
    The Greek word whould read μοναχῶς (=alone). Just change the κ into χ.
    Excellent work.
    Yours
    Nikos.

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