Said nothing in particular but that I had had much to do with Washington and thought him pretty near sure of.
[Called on Miss Walker of Lidgate and sat 1 ¾ hour with her – found her very civil and agreeable] She said she had heard that Mrs Kenny would not have been walking arm in arm with my sister, but that she wanted her for another – Mr Clark. Miss W- then said how deep the Kenny’s were – Mr K- would have been as intimate with her, Miss W-, but she had fought shy, thinking her very forward about it. Said how she disliked Doctor Kenny as a medical man – he asked queer questions and made odd remarks – she would never have him again. We got on very well together, thought I, as I have several times done before of late. Shall I try and make up to her?