101_Page 99Tuesday. 10. th. January. 1843.
An easterly rain, mild, and agreable.

The morning very misty, and dull, [Benny] came up to call us, I jumped up to let him in. Intended being very busy this raining day, makeign preparations for summers approach. Cut out some linen sleeves. I spent a lonely evening, Mr. H remained out untill ten oclock, and I felt very anxious, not knowing where he was. His manner unpleasant to.night, the effect of associations, with those who corrupt the finer feelings of the soul. Unpleasant retrospections kept me wakeful untill near twelve oclock.