his there. Joined them. Rosenberg came in
presently, and, anon, they left. Got �Jenkins� talking
of Jerrold and his Punch-ings at the flowers of litera-
ture in the Morning Post. Rosenberg says Jerrold only
hit upon one article of his (R�s) writing, that he provo-
ked Jerrold�s enmity by d__ning a play of J�s; and
that subsequently they became excellent friends.
1. Sunday. Mrs P.� has taken a house in 16th
street, near 37. Out with Haney, Jack Edwards
and little Ned Nichols for a row on the Hudson.
A very small boat, too. Haney and Jack pulled us
over to Hoboken. Little Ned, who sat in my lap,
rather frightened at first, wanted to be put ashore.
A lovely, sunny day. Lager & pie, then returned to
dinner at our boarding-house. Went to Chapin�s
at night. Jack Edwards there. With him to his
home, and there till 11. Haney stayed there.
2. Monday. Mrs Potter moving out, Mrs Bowley
moving in. Carts at door, people up-stairs, down-
stairs and in my lady�s chambers. Had a little talk
with my new landlady. Red-haired, has been to Califor-
nia. Being down stairs, filling pitcher in the bath-room
was sallied out upon and addressed by Mrs Bradbury,
whom I have scarcely ever spoken to. The woman
wanted to make me a partisan in vilifying the people
who were leaving. �The dirt! the trash!� she hissed