[Venice—ca. 15 September 1888]

Mr. Robert Browning and his sister, Miss Browning are staying with Mrs Bronson, whose servants speak of them as “I due ‘Poete’.” <Mrs Curtis made Eveg party for them 19th Sept. Montenegros, Iturbide, Fitzgeralds, Eden, R B Brownings, Misses Berly, Waldo, Arnold, Conte [illegible name], Peto, [illegible name], Maquay, Battens, &c &c.>[1]

1. Passage in angle brackets is an amended entry.

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