Sally and Nast are Married.
29. Sunday. To Chapin�s. Met Hart there.
After church Jack Edwards joined us. Hart di-
ned with me, then went to Jersey City, returning
at dusk. Writing. Cahill up. To Haney�s with
Hart after supper. At 8 � left him and went
to 745. Mr. and Mrs. Edwards in. Talk. Sal-
ly and Nast were married at 8 A. M. instead
of after dinner, as proposed, a Philadelphian
acquaintance of the family officiating. They start-
ed for Albany by the 11 o�clock train. A. M., on
the Hudson river railroad. In an hour�s time
Mat, Eliza, Jack and a Miss Griswold return-
ed from Chapin�s. Friendly chaff and spar with
the girls, especially with Eliza. Hints about �all
their friends deserting� them an the like, involving
the employment of a little wholesome irony. Left
at the usual hour. Haney intended going to
Nyack to day and I suppose did it. Miss Gris-
wold is a sister of Mrs Weddle�s. George Ed-
wards came in with the others, but stayed out long.
He has got a second lieutenantcy in some volunteer
regiment, and is on duty recruiting.
30. Monday. To Kelly�s, for Hart and German
and with them, crossed to Brooklyn, to the Navy
Yard, there to obtain details for an article for
the �Evening Post.� Captain Almy, the commander
proved as obliging as Americans in authority generally