Paris afternoon. Got of Froullé Brindley's Virgil.1
Went to see Mr. Pickman, at the Hotel de york. He intends setting away for London,
next Monday. Spent the evening with Mr. Jefferson whom I love to be with, because
he is a man of very extensive learning, and pleasing manners. Memorandum took the
4 last volumes of The tableau de Paris. Mr. Williamos, with Mr. and Mrs. Rooker,2
were at Auteuil in the morning.