January 2nd 1852
Friday 2nd January
Mild, and good walking
We did not get
breakfast until near ten oclock.
Julia went out to visit with Fanny.
I walked out for air, called on Mrs. Anelli, she was out.
Stopped in to see Mr. Godoin, he spoke of Mr [L_____], to
teach singing. Called on Mrs. Berger, saw Mrs Darling
The Miss Remsens called on Julia.
Broadway thronged with people, ladies in their new
dresses and beaux looking trim and glossy. It was a
cheerful sight to find the bright day so universally kept
by both old and young.
Julia kept up her march all day.
Saturday 3rd Jan.
Dull, air full of snow
We took a carriage,
and paid some visits. Mrs Weatherby, Mrs Carpenter
Mrs Priestly and Mrs Paulding the bride. Mrs Swherin and
mothers. Came home to dinner. Julia went out
after dinner, spent the evening at the Bergers.
I have felt an uneasy pain in my stomach all day.
A drawback to my pleasure this morning, but this
seems my fate.