the Knickerbocker, whom I met
last at Fortress Monroe, who is here,
in company of hundreds like him,
as a cotton and sugar-buying specu-
lator. Talk with Capt Smalley,
once of the Owasco, now of the E
who wants to go home. Reading
awhile in rotunda, then to room
and scribbling the last 6 or 7 pages.
13. Friday} Non mi recordo as
14. Saturday} the particulars.
A stroll with Baker and Schell du-
ring the afternoon of one of these days,
during which we encountered Slack
at the �Cotton Plant� and crossed over
the street to his lodgings in his com-
pany. A chase after a man who
had come from Dixie, via Pensacola,
as reported by his fellow-voyager
Dr Blake, of the Sanatory Commission.
To the City Hotel; met A. C. Hills
there who invited me first to his room,
then to the �Era,� late Delta office, the