This afternoon I had something of a long conversation upon the subject of the ball,
which is intended to be on Thursday. He had determined not to go; but upon consideration
of several circumstances, which I mentioned to him, he came to an alteration in his
sentiments: he was something piqued, at not having an invitation to join our party
last week: but when I informed him of the reason, for which he was neglected, he was
satisfied with its validity. He1
and Thompson pass'd the evening with me; Little ought to have been of the party;
but Miss Cazneau, had engaged him to go with her to Captain Fletcher's.