Wednesday, 10 February 1864

Pouring rain early, ― & wet all day.

Sent a copy of my Book to Baron D’Everton.

Painted at the Argostoli ― grouping in & outlining lots of goats &c. &c. ― from 9 to 5.

Non posso più[1] ― so, tho’ it still rained, I rushed out to go as far as the one gun ― but meeting Browne & Bailey, went with them up to Ascension, & back ― by wind & rain & the Esplanade ― at 6.15[.] (They went over to Butrinto yesterday, & nearby came to grief: & had to come back this morning.

Έγευμάτισα μοναχῶς ― & penned out ― last of Rákli drawings ― till 10[.]

 


[1] I am (presumably for “was”) exhausted.


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

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