040_Page 38Sunday. 4.th. of September. 1842.
A clear, bright, warm day.
I went to Church this morning. Edgar came to see me in the afternoon, and while there before I could hasten down to see him; who should make his most welcome but unexpected but, but my dear G. Margaret’s eyes were the first to espy him; and her voice the first to announce him to me. We were both most happy to meet in health, and safety and took a cup of tea together with double relish. G. had come to take us home, but I persuaded him to remain a few days, for his health; to which he consented nothing lost. I must add country air, makes him quite unmanageable, it my be peaches.