Bright & sunny again ― but cold.
Rose ― 6.40 ― (we are called at 6.30 now a days, G. persisting to move with the sun.)
Drew mostly all day in the small back den, at the Tyrants ― Italian / 61 frwings mostly.
Also I wrote to Εὐφροσύνη Κυρκυμέλλο, δηλαδῆ, Δγέφφαρς.
At 3.30 came Mrs. Leycester, her son, & daughter, & bought 4 of the 5 pounders.
Ἀκόμη δὲν ετελιώθη τὸ βιβλίον διὰ τὴν ἵστοριαν τοῦ Ἀρχιστρατεγὸς Κάρλου Ναπίερου.
At 5.30 ― posted Φοφφη’s letter, & came home. Dined at 6.15. & ἔπειτα, let G. go to see the fireworks of a fête de nuit & which they have been preparing for here for some time. I meanwhile, penned out, Finále drawings. At 9.30. G. returned, & says ― “μικρὰ πράγματα.” ―
At 10.30. Bed.
 Euphrosine Kurkumelli, i.e., Jeffars.
 Still reading the book of the history of General Sir Charles Napier [more or less].
 Small things.
[Transcribed by Marco Graziosi from Houghton Library, Harvard University, MS Eng. 797.3. Image.]