Returned to room, there awhile, down town again at 5, at
Sachem Office & Bunnells. Got paid for Picayune work. To
Beekman Street & at Butlers found him, Waud, Bogart &c
included an excited dweller in the same building who had been en-
gaged in a row that day with Scotch Lithographer Bonar, & was
might indigna^|n|t thereon. All sit together, imbibition. Proposed
to Waud & Butler to go to the Panorama of Scott�s Mexican
Campaigns, to which I had a ticket. All the rest agreed to go
to, � some seven or so in all. To the place in Broadway,
an hour too soon, drinks again, met Fay, � he joined the party.
Oyster stews & billiards for some, then at 8 to the Panorama
and my ticket piloted them all in. A tolerable well got up
picture, though ill-managed as to the mechanical part. All
out at 9, adjourned to tavern, suppers & ale. Parted
in Broadway about midnight or later.
3. Sunday. Didn�t rise very early. At 1 out with Swinton
& Fay to dine at �Clem�s� an adjacent Broadway eating house.
Fay�s brother there, Waud coming in anon. After wards sherry
at first in moderation, then in excess. Fay got off soon. Swinton
taking the lead, a regular drinking bout followed, everybody
getting more or less drunk � myself gravely so. The last
impressions I have of the place are connected with Waud
telling me in confidence about twenty successive times that