Morning pleasant and warm with a hazy atmosphere more common in hot climates than here. I went to town and was occupied pretty 266constantly. Went to my House where I copied a letter I had written to T. B. Adams.1 Received a letter from T. B. Johnson, dated at Paris May 14.2 He seems in better spirits than he has been but does not think of moving. Got a note from Mr. C. P. Curtis requesting more copies of my Pamphlet.3 He seems the only person who keeps it in mind. I sent him a dozen, having some time since, ceased to circulate any myself. Some time passed in accounts and commissions and then home.
Afternoon upon the hill. The work goes on rather slowly. I wasted my time somewhat in superintendence. Evening at home quietly. Conversation with my father. Public affairs, which seem to his mind to be of engrossing interest.
To Lt. T. B. Adams, 19 June, LbC, Adams Papers.
Note not found.