Morris in N.Y. Dixon�s & Bellew�s.
also. To Harper�s; Bonner gone. To the
Post-office. Returning to Bleecker Street,
found Morris, very recently arrived in town
from a two months� sojourn in Baldinsville,
N.Y. the place of his nativity � which he has not
visited for three years. Looked and talked
much as usual � is, like myself in search of
something to do. He supped with �us (during
which meal Cahill, telling him of a recent call
here, of little Maguire�s, added that she said of
Morris that �the Fiend had Not Triumphed!�)
stayed an hour in my room afterwards and
we went out and had ale at the Optimus. Read-
ing and writing till 12. Boweryem up and
when he left, Cahill.
22. Tuesday. To Harper�s, saw Bonner.
To F. Leslie�s, the N.Y. Weekly office, the
Evening Post office and to Leslie�s again, seeing
F. L. and J. A. Wood. Up town. In the
evening to Dixon�s; finding him in company
with a gambler, for whom he was prescribing.
The �Scalpel� to be revived in January. To Bel-
lew�s, finding Morris there. Bellew at work
as usual. Talk till 10 �, ending with ale at
the Woodbine. Talking with Cahill the other
day, incidentally, of Sally Nast, he volunteered
an anecdote of her which surprised me a little,