Gleason. Drew little Initials for Holbrook. Out, calls at the Travel-
ler Office, at Holmes &c. Returning young Hooper called, with intel-
ligence of the removal of his uncle, wife and self to new boarding house in
Franklin Street. Afternoon calls again, correcting proofs &c.
Evening out to Franklin Street, conversing with Mr Hooper and wife
&c. Mr and Mrs Cummingham called, (folks who had the Leonard
Street house till the evil dynasty of Flowers replaced it.) Saw
young Hoppers place, and the propritress of the house, a Mrs Leave,
and agreed to come on the morrow, jointly to occupy sky parlor
with young Hooper. I think there�s a conspiracy of New-York-
mankind to condemn me to attics during the rest of my life.
7. Tuesday. Little initials. To the Traveller Office, and then
to Holmes. Got $2.50 (able to pay Ogress Holt now,) Back,
put few things together and quitted Holts. To 48 Franklin.
Dined. To Traveller Office and Holmes &c in the afternoon. Eve-
ning to Brooklyn & called at Dunsiers.
8. Wednesday. Drawing, apropos of the Bloomer costume, for the Tra-
veller, during the morning. After dinner, to Chamber Street, to
Genins, to Traveller Office, to Holmes, & Andersons � Could get no
money. To Castle Garden, saw Livers. Back. Evening to Trippler
Hall, there attending a Concert by a Mr Turner. Fine large building.
The man had a good voice, though of no great power. It being over
by ten, [words crossed out] stolled into the rooms of
Mrs Kidder, where finding Mason and Jane Gibson all alone, sit-
ting lovingly side by side I left them, and back to Franklin. This