Found Holbrook there, as usual Waud came.
Dined together at the Excelsior, returned
to Broadway � and here sit I, all alone,
having hastily scribbled what I recollect of the past
week. My diarizings are scant now, and
its almost a bore when one gets in arrear.
13. Saturday. To Mathews, drew a little there.
To Nagle�s book store, then Reveille. Got paid $2 1/2
To Hutchings. To Dining Place, Post Office, Lantern
Office, and Lockingtons. Thence crossed to Brooklyn
called on Fagan�s at his new store, then not finding
the block left yesterday at Dunsiers, walked on
there. Stayed to dinner, and during the afternoon,
then crossed to New York by the South Ferry, called
at Nagle�s and in Fulton Street, then, after supping
to my room. Read awhile &c, did chores, then