Thursday, April 5.

Dear B & H off at 20 minutes to twelve. They mean to spend one day with Miss Price,[1] & to return here on Tuesday certainly. Mr. Curzon left us between two & three. Not at all well, is the description of me today. In the evening I lost a game at chess to Papa.

1. At Foxley, the seat of Sir Robert Price, 8 miles W.N.W. of Hereford, and about 4 miles from Kinnersley Castle.

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