Dull & dark.

Letters ― F.L. is to marry K. Morgan.

A. Fowler ― his boy is dead.

Wrote to F.L.
& others.

Arranged linen &c. to send to Corfu. ―

& books.

At 3.30 walked to St. John’s wood, & after a long time found where Roëd was staying, but he was out. So, for the sake of the days of Marstrand, I asked him to breakfast or dine on Friday. Coming away, met Edmund Lushington & Matilda Tennyson & walked back part of their way. E.L. goes tonight to join F.L. at Edinburgh, for Lady M.’s funeral. ―――

Home by 6 ― & dressed ― & to Fairbairns ― only Tom Woolner, & a Mr. Waring there. Dinner excellent & evening very pleasant.

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