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Text for Page 044 [09-18-1852]

              Hutchings the block for the Picayune. (This drawing  I
had done for the Lantern, but fetched it away, seeing that
the money was not forthcoming.)    Breakfasted at Goslings � 
More calls, till 4 in the afternoon. Then to Lantern Office.
Talk with Brougham, Watson &c, former left.    Another row
with Powell. No money.            Calling in at the Daily Times
Office I met Weldon, and to my great pleasure found him to
be the Author of certain letters published in the paper under
the nomm de plume of the �City Hall Bellringer�, � 
 clever things they are too.     Drank with him.   To
Halleck Building.      In at Swinton & Fay�s.      Roberts
there.         Evening, in my room some time, then out to
sup at the Shades.         Turning out at 9 o�clock stood
on the Broadway sidewalk a good half hour, looking on the
passers by.      A thoughtful, exer-
cise this.
  19.  Sunday.    Doing chores &cs till Waud came, with word
that he & Fay were off for a sketching excursion.  Out with
them,  leaving them & returning to breakfast, they off for
Hoboken.     Followed, with Mathews �Moneypenny� & pipe. Found
them by the Pavilion,   Elysian Fields tavern, both standing
sketching a certain sleeping toper, who lay under an old
boat, amid the trees.              Rambled on with them & thus               
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