June 10th, 1847 (Thursday)

June 10, 2009

After administering the requisite promise to Captain Haskoll, I formally constituted him Sub-Warden, and left for Ireland. Passed through Gloucester, and called on Hopson to hurry him with the carvings, and to consult him about the stalls, which he was ordered to get ready. It was quite clear that he had not hands enough employed to have 10 or 12 ready by November.

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