118_Page 116New.York. Friday. 24.th. September. 1841. Overcast, warm, with April showers, and sun shine alternately. I spent my morning at home sewing, and house cleaning find enough work to employ all my leisure time. Rode to Middletons after dinner, to return my boots, he took my measure for a new pair. Julie, and I walked home we had a few showers to encounter. Walking does not fatigue me as much as it did previous to my jaunt. Wrote all the evening a letter to Maria Hasbrouck. Edgar took tea, and staid all night with us. Garret, brought home a quart of oysters. We found a number of moschetoes in our bed.rooms, Garret will not rest, untill he has murdered them all.