for Lantern Cut. Paid Davis for shirts $5. Sup-
ped at Shelleys. Walk down Broadway & at a book
auction. Run down town after a machine, but
no fire. Stores in mourning for Harry Clay. Met
Orphens at book store.
4. Sunday. Breakfast about 11 at the Rainbow.
Then a sultry walk to Brooklyn, calling on the Dun-
siers, meeting by the way a certain German who had
boarded with me at Flower�s, who talked with me
up at the City Hall. Called at Dunsiers, he
& wife there. I rather think Fagan and the chaste
Tamison were in an adjoining room, but didn�t see
em. Left, return, hotly, to Goslings, dined &
again to my room. Evening, after supping in doors, to
Beach Street. Mrs K, Lott & others. Lotty
dumpish at her mother not wishing her to accompany
us in the proposed Hastings trip, tomorrow. I
decidedly disappointed at the notion. Said so.