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	An Evening at 745.
ass, writing hard all day, and expecting
Damoreau in the evening, when we had pro-
posed to go to visit his good sister.      As he
didn�t come, to my misery I found the old
horror growing upon me until in misery, I
dressed and turned out at about 9.        Met
John Wood in Broadway, drank and talked
with him.         He mentioned that Seymour has
returned, wondering whether his female compan-
ion is with him, which woman Frank Les-
lie, Berghans the artist and others have
had to do with, before Seymour.    To 745,
finding quite a little party there.   Paterfamilias,
Mrs Edwards and Haney in the kitchen,
chopping mince-meat, the girls, Anne, Miss
Bonestal, Nichols, young Tousey and Jack
in the basement.    Soon Haney came in and
they fell to dancing and kept at it till mid-
night.      Crockett came anon.      I didn�t
dance, was in the wretchedest low spirits
and felt ill all over.        Walked to 16th street
with Haney afterwards and returned in
misery.
  7.  Friday.   Down town in the morning to
the post-office, that of the Associated Press &c,
looking in on Gibbons, returning.     Writing all
the afternoon, doing up my Tuesday night�s ex-               
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