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Text for Page 085 [04-13-1852]

              Powell.       Called at Mathews.   To Mc A Fee�s for
mahogany block.  Met Mr Charles.   Lockington &c.
Afternoon�s close, went to Canal Street & had
a warm bath.     Return, found Davis.     Joe called
and walked to the South Ferry with me.     Crossed to
Brooklyn and called at Dunsier�s.     Comegys &
Miss Tamison there.  Romping going on.
  14.  Wednesday.   Day like unto life, opening sunny
exhilarating and hopeful, to close dismally.   How
I detest and fear wet weather.  The rainy circle of Dante�s
Inferno would be an awful fate for me.   I can�t
be happy in wet weather .   Perchance however it
might be endurable � home, fireside and loving faces.
 /         Breakfasted
royally on brown bread & water, then down town.
Called at Mc A Fee�s, getting mahogany block.
Met Lockington.     To the �Lantern� Office, whither
at 10 came Brougham and Powell.     Bye               
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