Thursday, 18 August 1864

Ever the same lovely weather.

Slept well & rose before 6.

Penned out Cretan work all day ― (when working,) & have now penned all but the drawings for 2 dozen mounts. Whether to go thro’ all at once or not?

C. Fortescue came at 1 ― & staid an hour.

Later Wade-Browne & an uncle Pennefather.

Dined alone at 7.30.

& penned again from 9 to 9.45.

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

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