039_Page 37Wennesday [sic]. 31.st. of August. 1842.

Clouded sky, rain at hand. Marble Town.

I felt remarkably well this morning, more bouyant than usual, hopeing to hear from mon marie to.day. Dressed, Louis to ride out with Uncle Doe; unfortunately he has a patch on his knee; unperceived by me, but not unseen by Uncle Doe. A long letter, and bundle of papers from G. to cheer my solitude; all well at home. Charlotte, came over to see us, brought us some plumbs. This was the last day of summer, a pleasant season for me, and I part from it with regret.