Tuesday, 28 June 1964

The morning went in arranging accounts ― writing orders to Drummond ― for

Gush ―      17-10-0
Jones ―      31-0-0
Foord ―     26-0-0
Self ―         10

in all. No news of the Truck except that it has arrived at Folkestone. ― W. Lushington came ― & at 4 as I was going out, Evelyn Baring ― who goes to N. York on Friday!!! ― Walked with him to Pall Mall ― called on Miss Dennett ― Dean of Westminster, & Mrs. Walter Evans.

At 7.35 to 45 Portland Place.


A most pleasant party & wondrously good dinner. all A No. 1.

I wish I knew George was safe home.

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


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