Rondell the French Artist.
partly in consequence. Snow, gusty,
1. Wednesday. To Spring St. Post-office. In
doors till 4, then down town, meeting Cahill
by the way. To �Courier� Office. Smith, Briggs,
Abrams, English present. Up-town.
2. Thursday. Writing �Courier� article
&c. At 9. P. M. or later to Edwards� in
accordance with a requisition conveyed per Morris,
who had called the other night. A certain
young Anglo-Frenchman and his sister pre-
sent, Mrs. E. desirous of making the former,
who wants to obtain employment, known to all
of us. Haney, Nast, Wells and Honeywell
there, a hop in progress. Sally had been sick
abed yesternight, kept it up bravely this one.
Morris came. Dubious about Nast�s leaving
New York; Sally hints that it�ll be a good
thing for him if he goes (?) Left at 12 �.
3. Friday. Down-town to P.O. &c. Met
Oliver Hillard. Drawing big Pic cut at night.
Ware the Bostonian came with one Rondell,
an artist �of French birth, English experience
and American residence,� as a letter from