1. The girl was Eliza Dolph, who had been a chambermaid at Dr. Welsh’s (
, p. 8). Her affairs were to occupy much of CFA’s time in the following weeks. See entries for 28 May
and 16 July
, below. For CFA’s earlier forebodings that his brother might have entered such an unfortunate liaison, see entries for 21
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