Diary of Frances Louisa Bussell 3 - 16 November 1833

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a hasty slumber before the turn of the tide. Lenox was already fast asleep on the bedstead his head on Bessy's desk Vernon was extended on a matress on the floor talking to Mr Green who had been refreshed by a visit to his own quarters Blythe was stretched out at his feet sleeping as soundly as if all the emotions of the preceeding nights had fallen to his share Vernon turned round as I entered "I can't sleep Fanny I am too tired" I sate down and after chatting to him & Mr Green in my "imageinery" [Page 12]