Monday, 15 August 1864

Rose at 6. “Packed[”]. Breakfast at 7 ― & to rail at 7.30. Waterhouse there ― & Mr. Hodgkin. Waterhouse was capital company to Victoria.

I ― home by 11 ― train one hour late.

Found the Portuguese new-papering the upstairs room ― & making a row. Robinson moving out. Paid him 13£ for carpet & rug & druggett. Talk with Gush about upper room, & offer £210 for the whole.

Arranged studio ― but dreadfully worried by overhead noise.

Went to Foord’s at 6.30 ― & at 7 to D. Wyatts.

1864-08-15

Most pleasant evening.

Home by 11.30. Letter from C.F.

Tennyson’s new vol.[1]

(X8)


[1] Enoch Arden, Etc.. London: Edward Moxon & Co, 1864.


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

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