To Fordham with Boweryem.
up to 745. Nobody in the basement; Mr and
Mrs E. in the work-room, the latter busy as usual.
Both had returned from Grafton last night. Sat
and talked, Mrs E. praising Nast. Presently
George Edwards came in, and Mrs Pillow, Par-
ton�s mother with her son William. The first
left soon, and by 10, we went down-stairs, where
all but myself, Mr E. and Pillow dropped off,
awaiting the return of the girls, who with Jack,
Haney, a sister and niece of Rogers�, were at
the theatre. I was on the point of leaving as
they came in.
31. Friday. Yesterday evening �a dark com-
plexioned lady with her veil down� came for
Shepherd and sat in his room for an hour or
so, during his absence. This I was told by
our landlady. I identified the person from what
I�d heard as a �Jenny Henriquez.� Shepherd
didn�t come home all night. Writing. Out
with Boweryem to see Alden�s Printing Machine.
In the afternoon, at Boweryem�s suggestion, to Ford-
ham, where calling at Lotty�s cottage, we found that
she had gone off on a fishing-party. So we went to
her mother�s, and Morse whom we discovered writing,
with his two children about him, in the hall, welco-
med us hospitably enough. His wife was out, but
returned. I stood talking with her, near the rear