the bye I think I should naturally distrust that
man�s physiognomy. He has a low English face, and
an unpleasant sort of deferential way of speaking. /
Brougham is a good looking, genial, witty pleasant
man, � with an Irishman�s appreciation and capacity
for drollery. I like him. / Return and
at work on the mahogany, Reveille poster, which
I finished at 3 1/2, headache, toothache and internal
agonizations stomachic-worrying torments the while.
To Mathews with Block. Talk with him. He
going with the stream against Kossuth. Bah!
/ Dined at Excelsior, called
again at the Lantern Office, then returned, did
a drawing on Wood for Story, took it down at night-
fall through the sluggishly dripping rain, left it