Mr Charles. Says the paper don�t pay, he�s losing
money by�t. Wants to know whether I can�t
give more than 9 cuts for $16 per week. Cer-
tainly Not. Returned, drew on wood
till evening. Then to the Washington Baths
with Waud and a little dentist, step-son
to the old Englishman, Conway, whom Waud
hoaxed so cruelly about Lantern Contributions,
some months back . But stepson did�nt know
it of course. After our bath, Waud
and I to Beekman Street, where I supped, and
he left me, to return to his Brooklyn lodging.
Next morning he was to attend tryst to fight
a duel with some fellow he had fought with.
It turned out a humbug. Waud was sold, as
the fellow did�nt show up.
22. Tuesday. Down town with Lantern
drawings. Calls, could not see Mathews