Monday. 15. March. 1852.
Clear and pleasant.
The showers leave the air delight.
full to.day. I mended Remsen’s coat.
Went to the dentists at half past one.
Mr Dunning cleaned my teeth they felt sore.
Mrs Chenery came in to sit a while, but left to give me
time for my appointment.
Wrote an excuse for Remsen in the street, to save him a
Julia went to walk with Fanny. Mr Cornell joined
them, gave us a “smile, and bow.”
Mr H.s beard long, he felt unfit for Broadway.
We stopped at Sherwoods for cotton spools, pins, needles,
Mr Christian, spent the evening with
Julia, she sang for him, and was very lively; the ____
of poor D. was forgotten.
Mr C. invited us to go to Niblo’s, to see “Thillion”.
I did not know how to refuse, and partially accepted.
Mr H. walked out, came home with a beautifull
cross & chain, for Julia, her birth.day present.
Two wine glasses of [Cypress] wine for me, che__ts.
Mr Chritian had seen them in England.
He left at 11 oclock.