Sunday 19th April 1846

“Rose at 6 o’clock. Breakfasted in coffee shop in Wardour Street, Soho. After ditto went to Islington to see Mrs Skirriker leave her place of residence for that of worship, but was unsuccessful. Went to the church of St Leonard Shoreditch. Returning home through King’s Head Court, I fortunately met the old lady just coming out of chapel and followed her a short distance. After dinner, weather looking uncertain, went to Smithfield to hear some preaching going forward, which there was to a great extent, one whereof was a real enthusiast and on whom there was a deal of arguing by some of the mob. After he had done, we walked together a short distance, but was interrupted by two ladies who entered into conversation with him, after which I saw … .”

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