Friday 6th March 1846

“Bookbinding this afternoon. Put on a temporary cover to Biographical Dictionary with gum and parchment – made sound job of it, though a rough one. — Sat on a bench in St. James’s Park opposite the Duke of York’s monument with Ann. We were accosted by a policeman who, mistaking her for some other person, accompanied by the threat warning her to be there no more. — “


[Editor’s note: No entry on 7 March]

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