Dentists in the Evening, at the N. Y. University
Chapel, to report the same for the �Times.� To
the office with it, afterwards.
1. Friday. Letter from Waud to Mrs Jewell.
Took it to her. Down town. To Partons in
the afternoon. He not present till 9 or so. A
pleasantish time, sitting at the threshold with the
family. The girls, Grace (Fanny�s daughter)
and Louisa Jacobs form an exquisite contrast.
Grace with her fair, bright, light brown hair in long
curls, innocent and pleasant maiden face, heighth
and pink summer dress; and the other with her
lustrous silky black hair worn Madonna wise,
warm complexion and white dress presented quite
a picture. We talked and played guessing proverbs.
2. Saturday. Down town. Times, Picayune
Post Office &c &c. Jewells in the evening. Writing
during the day.
3. Sunday. With Haney to Partons
in the afternoon. Much as on Friday. Haney
left at 8, I at 10.
4. Monday. Writing, and down town in
5. Tuesday. In doors all day. Continuous
but desirable rain. W W up in my room