Friday, 26 February 1864

A bad life.

Warm ― fine ― cloudy at times.

Have let out fires ― this is the 3rd day. ―

Worked at Florence. ―

Col. Wright called.

& later, Captn. Phillipps: ― at 5 ― the seawall at Point Perpetua was blown down ― & P. & I walked out to see the matter ― & afterwards to Kastrades point, returning by 7 ―― when I dined, alone & penned out till 11.

Cloudy ― & threatening rain.

P. & others say that the ill feeling about the Forts is great.


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

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