104_Page 102Thursday. 19. January. 1843.
Another summers day, but very damp.

Mother, spent this day with me, she has recovered from her fall, and looks quite well.
I walked to Chelsea with her in the evening, and rode home by lamp light. Was much fatigued by the long walk,and went to bed, rather unwell. Left Garrret reading Josephins.
A new arrival surprised us to.day, but some friends are punctual enough. The children behaved very well to.day. Julie sang her new songs for her “Uncle Henry” who paid us a long “New Year visit.”
We had a delightful custard pudding as dinner, G. thought the oysters too salt.