Charley�s impending marriage.
he was suggestively mum. I could see that he
regretted that he hadn�t thought of it; that he
demurred at another fellow�s being able to oblige
the girls in the matter. Did I ever grudge
his having their good will?
24. Monday. Office, doing �Mail-editor,�
under Stedman�s jurisdiction till 1.20 P. M.
Out once, saw Paul, got $26 for story �
$3 less than specified price; to printer�s in
Ann St; saw Siddons�, Paul�s editor. At
�Courier� Office, saw Haney and Smith there.
Up town by 2. A letter from Hannah await-
ing me. Charley and Rosa were to be
married on the 19th of this month, in Lon-
don, her father giving my little cousin away.
He, her mother and Henry, �feel sad at her
leaving home. Naomi is at Neithrop, and
�will return with Rosa.� She (Naomi) and
Sarah Ann go out together, they have visited
the Davids�. My Hannah helps Rosa to
do her packing and preparations, will go to
Chigwell to help her; eulogizes her, regrets
her coming departure; �she is a kind friend
and has better sense and judgment than any
girl I have met.� Sarah Ann and my
sister Rosa go to Chigwell after the wedding
to await the return of the bride and bride-