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Thomas Butler Gunn Diaries: Volume 4, page 87, April 14-15, 1852

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Identifier: DX01122158

Title: Thomas Butler Gunn Diaries: Volume 4, page 87, April 14-15, 1852

Description: Comments on Alf Waud, and wonders if he will ever see Mary Bilton again.


at Lockington’s, (where [Alfred] Waud was, but he went out on my coming in,) then Excelsior and supper, and from thence with aching teeth, head, and body back up my 6 steps to my own solitary room [290 Broadway], and melancholic fancies.

I don’t regret [Alfred] Waud, for he’s wrong, and must have a hard, uncaring nature to persist in’t. But it would do me good now to have a talk with George Bolton or [William] Boutcher. There’s a jar and clatter of carriages ceaseless clamoring down Broadway, and the rain is falling downwards — And I’m all alone. I wonder where she [Mary Bilton] is — now, and whether I shall ever see her again in this World?

15. Thursday. Having lain awake the greater part of the night, troubled with a raging tooth, picturing the detail of the mornings extraction, I set off through the pitiless plashing rain, breakfasted

Rights: NoC-US


Dates: 1852-04-14

Type(s): Diary

Maker/Creator: Gunn, Thomas Butler, 1826-1903

Subjects: Diaries


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