Sunday, 18 September 1864

Very lovely day. Up by 6.30. Walk in that most beautiful Park ― 8 to 9. Breakfast. To church in break at 11 ― & back. ― Sitting with Daddy. His picture is very beautiful so far. Lunch. Afterwards, T.F. ― Gordon & I ― walked to Bignor. The Howkins’s house ― no one there ― long long years ago!!!! ― yet how well I remember all. Back by Sutton ― very pleasant walk ― by 5 or 6. & more walking with Daddy (lame,) & T.F. Dinner as yesterday ― only Mrs. T.F. was sill & left the table. Bed 11.30.


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

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