drawings till 7, then out to supper at Van Name & Bushs. A glass
at the Shades, then return to finish my father�s letter, wrote on till
midnight & completed it.
13. Friday. Randall came for minor cuts. Work on the others.
Down town at 1, dined at French�s, left block at Randall�s, called at
Sachem & Lantern Offices & Post Office, sending off letters & papers.
Return, work on wood till 6, then to Goslings for supper, where
I met the elder Brown, who told me the particulars of his leaving
Beach Street, where he is now excommunicated by Bell book &
Candle. Walked out with him, up Broadway far as Grand
Street, (where a luckless boy chanced to be run over by an omnibus;)
� being perched behind one vehicle, & stumbling, another passed right
over him. We saw the rush & throng into a doctor�s shop. There�ll
be some mother�s heart aching with sorrow to-night.) Left Brown,
� he�s prosy &c � nothing in him. At Mr Greatbatchs. Arranged
with Joe about a sea-side journey on the morrow.
14. Saturday. Goslings at breakfast. Met Long. Return to
room, drawing on wood. Down town � about the room of Randall &c
being delayed till 1/2 past 3 for blocks, owing to the sullen laziness
of bare necked b�hoy-looking Banker. Called at the Lantern
Office and at Lockingtons. To Mathews & to Reveille Office with
cuts. Return, (Joe had started.) Called at Mr Greatbatchs.
Then to South Ferry, per omnibus. Crossed to Brooklyn. Met