Saturday, 23 July 1864

Rose at 6.30. The poor little Girl still living!

Worked horribly hard all day ― ˇ[colouring &] penning out Cretan drawings. No one came, till 5 ― when Sir H.J. Storks called. His account of Whittingham well explaining the animus of the “4 years in Corfû.[”] Did not go out at all, but at 6.45 ― cab to 37. Tavistock Place.

1864-07-23

Wonderfully pleasant in all ways.

Cab home by 11.30.

X8


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

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