My room was changed this morning and I was established on much more comfortable principles
than heretofore. Morning occupied in copying the Vaughan papers. The day was exceedingly
fine and I took the opportunity of calling on Krehmer in return for his visit1
and paying a visit to Mrs. Johnston. I then walked down into the town to consult
my tailor, for my clothes are in rather poor condition. Afternoon and evening with
my Mother in conversation.