Friday, 11 March 1864

A calm, cloudy gray warm day.

Worked at Argostoli, improving it a good deal. ― At 4. ― went up to Ἀνάλειψις, ― & drew a little ― returning at 7. home. O Olives! (trees.)

Dined μοναχῶς

And penned out Τζερίγο drawings ― till 11.

At 9.15 ― came Mr. P.F. Campbell-Johnston, buying 2 Ionian books. Strangely ― he is the son of that Sir Alexander Johnston at hose house in Cumberland Place I drew the Rosebill Parrot for my book of parrots ―― I well remember going there ― & recollect his father & sisters perfectly ― though it was about 1828 ― in Gt. Cumberland Place. ― Also he is the owner ― or was ― of that house at Twickenham of which lady W. told me ― it was his Aunt’s ― who lived there after his gt. aunt, Mrs. Dawson Damer died. ― Queer coincidences.

He is very tory=furious about the fortifications, ― & somewhat also muzzy.


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

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