pg 105Friday. th. May. 1842. 19. teenth.

A fine day.

I sent Bridget up to the house to sew carpets.
Remsen, Julie and I went to the milliners
to find a bonnet for Sis. Mrs Hassel promised
to sent me some to choose from.
At three, a number came in, I showed them
to the Miss Mazers, we all selected the “Blue”
Julie, preferred it herself.
Mr H. came home much fatigued, and looks
thin, and care worn. He is very cross just
now, such a multiplicity of cares disturb his
equanimity, and who must bear all these
unpleasant ebullitions(1), but the patient Wife.
(1) ebullitions- A sudden, violent outpouring, as of emotion