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	     Nast off for England.
ween Heenan and Sayers, for the �Illustra-
ted News.�   It was kept secret awhile, as a
stroke of policy over F. Leslie.    Nast knows �the
Berucia Boy� from having accompanied Mort.
Thomson to Canada last summer, when the fight
between Heenan and Morrissey came off.   Mort
reported it for �the Tribune,� Nast sketched for
Leslie.
  2.  Friday.  Lovely day.  With W. Waud to
Rondel at Pope�s studio, where we found him,
his wife (who speaks no English) and children.
Writing.     Down-town in the afternoon; return.
Out again at 6, left opera tickets at Edwards�
(for Matty) went on to 16th St, with the in-
tention of sending Haney to the house, but as
it subsequently proved he had gone to Bleecker
Street to visit me, supping there.      Meanwhile
I supped at Mrs. Potter�s, talking with her,
Hayes, Miss Cooper, Mrs. Eldredge and little
Jenny.        Mrs. Theodore Griffin is, with her
husband, at Cold Spring, the people at Nia-
gara being uncommonly glad to be rid of her.   Return
to Bleecker.         Boweryem, Morris and Raw-
son Gill in my room, the latter got to talk-
ing Spanish at a great rate to Ledger.   In
the latters� room afterwards.   Abed about 1 1/2, as
usual of late.               
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