Rose at 7. Clear fine all day ― not so cold quite.
Letter from Daddy Hunt ― to whom I wrote.
At 10 ― the Contents of the 7. Corfu packages ― left on April 4 March 26th ― At Corfû. ―
No one article is missing ― but the little double saltcellar ― which, like the Philates sketch, is I fear foever gone. All the day ― nearly ― went in unpacking, arranging, & stowing away.
The Ithaca Penna Marina’s were all broken: & so I fear were the Lamps. It seems strange to see many of the old things ― their first Corfû memories being in 1855: ― Taylor’s table covers ― the spoons ― &c. &c. ―
Sir Paul & Lady Hunter came ― & later, Slingsby & Mrs. Slingsby Bethell, & little Violet.
Did not go out.
At 7.30 ―
A most pleasant evening ― looking at Crete drawings: & it was nearly 12 before T.G.B. left.
 You can read the fun part of this letter at the Blog of Bosh.
[Transcribed by Marco Graziosi from Houghton Library, Harvard University, MS Eng. 797.3. Image.]