F.W. Gibbs
Dr. J. Hooker.
Mr. Busk.
Edgar Drummond
Mrs. E. Drummond.
H.G. Bruce
Mrs. Bruce
Margaret B.
Rachel B.
Nephew ―
Miss Gould
Miss Sarah Gould
Miss Louisa Gould
Miss Carr
Miss Alice Lushington
Miss ―― Lushington
Sir [W.M.] Davidson.

Note from Ann’s Doctor ― Mr. Rose, saying she was less well. I cab there directly. She was up ― but I fear she will hardly wholly recover, although I cannot bring myself to realize this as yet.

Went to the Doctor’s afterwards.

Then home. Man came to alter cabinets, & then people came by heaps.

Wrote many letters.

With all this uncertainty of Ann’s health, I seem to move in a dream.

At 4.30 walked to Mrs. Stanleys, Crakes, & Col. Hornby. Saw no one.

At 7 to Sir W. James’s. ―

Dinner & evening very pleasant. Ἐτραγούδησα τι.1

Found letters from S. Bergmann. ― & Mr. Rose. Ann is a little better.

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

  1. I sang a little (NB). []