Life in New Orleans.
23. Tuesday. Breakfast with Schell at the
Southern Restaurant. Was subsequently kidnap-
ped by Herbert into a carriage, with which he
drove first to the Post Office, then to the house
which had been assigned as a residence to Gen.
Hamilton � the
of some promi-
ist. Here we
and others, and
saw a magni-
ficent horse in
the rear, gi-
ven to Hamil-
ton by Gen.-
I rode back
to the St.
Benjamin Franklin Butler.
[Gunn�s diary continued]
got to scribbling,
ing in company.
by 4 1/2; went
to Post Office,
dined at a Ger-
rant and went
back to the
ley and others.
Up in the
room occupied by Howell and Hayes, the latter
writing. Supped with the two at the St. Charles
Restaurant, Capt. Mc Clure being sitting at the
same table. One of the waiters, an ex-Pennsyl-
vanian, had been in the rebel army and was
furiously sulky with the lad Hayes, who order-
ed him about a little. A walk with Howell up