Very lovely. Rose at 7. Breakfast with Elim Avigdor1 ― farewell to Sir F. & Lady Goldsmid. ― Drive to Pluckley.

Paddock wood, Archbishop of Canterbury ― with whom talk to Croydon.

Stratford Place at 2.

Letters from Sarah
C. Church
G. Kokali
F.L. & others.

Called on BeadonsJ. Uwins ― & Holman Hunt. ― on the Eggs ― where I dined. W. Frith came in. H.H. walked partly home. ―

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

  1. Elim Henry d’Avigdor was clearly an associate of Sir Francis Goldsmid’s, and later the author, under the pseudonym of Wanderer, of Across Country. London: Bradbury, Agnew, & Co., 1882. In 1861 he took the second B.A. examination at the University of London. []