Monday, 13 March 1865

Bright, & very considerably cold all day.

Rose at 6.30. ―

Worked 1½ hours before breakfast, & 7 afterwards ― & 2 at night: pretty well.

Got through4th process of 20 more of the 160 Tyrants ― of which only 20 are still left for said 4th process.

Sent letters to
S.W. Clowes
T. Cooper (enclosing one to Dickenson ―)
W.G. Clark,
& Mrs. W. Prescott.

At 5.30 ― walked out: very cold & bright.

Met Lord & Lady Fitzwilliam ― Lord F. goes to England tomorrow. ――――

Called on Mrs. Beaumont ― out[.]

Home by 6.30 ― & dinner.

G. says he had a bad toothache last night, so one was “judging” wrongly. Good dinner of Maccaroni & cold mutton.

Heard G. read, & penned out till 10.20. ―


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

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