Friday, 24 February 1865

Less cold ― up till 1. P.M. ― when the Mistral busts out, it was clear & lovely ― as by glimpses I saw it: later ― cloudier.

G. calls me at 6.30 now ― but I hardly rise before 7 ― or am at work before 7.35. All day ― (no letters ― but wrote to C.F. ―) worked at Tyrants ― Swiss drawings. ―

Ἧλθε κανείς.

At 5.30 ― went to Lord Fitzwilliams, & found them at home: what jolly cheerful children!

Dined ― (on a 6 franc turkey ― I wish there were someone to eat it with me.) at 6.30.

Later ― looked at G.’s copy ― & penned out till 10.30. ―


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

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