Morning at the Office. Received a letter from my Father but without a remittance. It was upon the subject of the present troubles which surround him.1
This prevented my doing much in the way of Law business this morning, or I would rather say, Law Study. De•
lightfully mild weather which is a grateful change. Afternoon, Mr. Burke still upon French Affairs. I confess myself tired of the subject. Evening, Mr. Boswell’s Life of Dr. Johnson and a portion of the Tour to the Hebrides, very amusing. Conversation at home until late upon Grammar and Pronunciation.