Rather dissipated the whole day. Could not study with proper attention, and indeed
gave the matter up in the afternoon. At about 7 o'clock we met at the dancing hall,
and from that time till between 3 and 4 in the morning we were continually dancing.
I was unacquainted with almost all the company, but I never saw a collection of ladies
where there was comparatively so much beauty. Two or three gentlemen got rather over
the bay; but upon the whole the proceedings were as regular and agreeable as might
be expected. Little lodg'd with me, and the Clock struck four, just before we went