136_Page 134New.York. Saturday. 23.d. October. 1841. A fine clear day quite cool. We arise at seven Simon rings the bell at this hour precisely. After breakfast I walked out in pursuit of some articles of dress. Purchased three collars, a black coal veil. Spent nearly 18 $. and after all was not pleased with my selections. Went up to mothers to tea, found Julie romping around at a great rate. The girls spent their evening at the Miss Moore’s. Julie, and I returned home escorted by Abraham. She fell a sleep in the stage. Her silk velvet coat, came home, and two scarlet dresses. The boys caps also.

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