it true she�d never be troubled by such
humiliating dread. God bless the girl and
all three of them. How I do like them!
3. Saturday. Drawing Pic big cut &c.
Down town in the afternoon, to Pic & Courier Of-
fice, proof-correcting &c. Drawing at night.
Exceedingly and engrossingly busy. No chance for
[phonography]; � shelved again.
4. Sunday. To 16th St, and with Jack Ed-
wards and Haney took a boat. Rowed to Weehawk-
en, lager, return, dinner with Haney. Pounden
p�re at table, looking sleekly odious. Miss Weaver
�taking notice� extensively of Rawson Gill. That un-
fortunately-constituted youth after a brief interval
of employment, is loafing again, mother still at Nia-
gara. In Haney�s room. Jack off. Haney
with me to Bleecker St. Off by 5 for Philadelphia.
I to Chapin�s, the church reopening this day.
Then to Edwards�. Only the family present, no
visitors, for a marvel. Little Nast has declared
he shall come but once a week. He and Wells
have joined Ottignons and are �going in� gymnasti-
cally. Considerable abuse of Fanny Fern this
5. Monday. One drawing on wood. Resting; doing chores and some
work. Out in the afternoon, down town.
6. Tuesday. Writing &c. Down town in the
afternoon, returning with Morris. Met Sally and