Sunday morning the girls came
up and dined with us--Harriet and Maria, Mr. Beamish and Salter.
We spent our day sewing and walking. I went home with the girls. We had
a very disagreeable time over; the boat was crowded with blacks
and the wind blew very hard. When we arrived, we found Mr.
and Mrs. Osburn. -- Mrs. Beamish gave us a
dish of hot coffee, which was very acceptable after our long walk.
We retired early. -- Monday morning and we spent the most of our day walking.
-- Tuesday we went but to Shefrow's to
tea. -- Wednesday, came home; Harriet and Mr. B. came with me. Harriet
and myself have been out with Thomas gunning. -- We have been sitting by
the kitchen fire all the evening. -- Harriet is now sitting by me while
I write. -- I feel my eyes drawing together, and I think it is time to
retire. So adieu to writing.