Lehigh University
The Vault at PfaffsAn Archive of Art and Literature by the Bohemians of Antebellum New York
Previous Issue Next Issue
Previous Page Next Page
0 matches

Text for Page 202 [05-24-1861]

	   A trip to Fort Lee.
has really appeared in a Charleston paper rela-
tive to a projected Southern illustrated paper,
under the direction of Mr. William Waud! and
that Waud�s brother-in-law had heard from him.
W. W. demurred at returning to New York, under
the impression that it mightn�t be safe for him � 
he also stated that he had got free from his military
responsibilities.    It�s probable enough that he�ll
remain down South � for a time.           Returned up-
town.      Colt came in the evening, staying an hour
and more.          Anon Cahill and Boweryem were
up.   Abed by 2.
  26.  Sunday.   A June day.             Leaving all
New York expectant of the funeral pageant of
Ellsworth (at whose death House was present;
he has written a good account of it in to-day�s
�Tribune�), I went to Fort Lee, to visit Dunn
English, who now occupies the house formerly
tenanted by the Webster�s.     A ramble with him,
returning to hear M.S.S. read and dinner.       Other
acquaintances of his appeared subsequently, and
Boweryem, whom I returned to New York with,
by the 6 o�clock boat.     By 9 o�clock to 745.
Haney there, Mr. and Mrs. Edwards, Sally and
Nast.     Haney had been dining with Mr. and Mrs.
Mort Thomson, reporting agreeably of them.   By and               
Loading content ...