THURSDAY, MAY] ST, ] 834. LFT horne quarter past 10 accompanied by my three friends t Mr. Baker, lVIr. John Dean, and Cousin Peter Heywood. Took a walk to the Prince's Dockl ; found my berth situated near the foot of the staircase. Thence we proceeded to IVIr. Thornley's offiee and met ovith the kindest attention. Received several letters of introduction and valuable information; recommended me to take dollars j sent a clerk with me to the money exchangers and also lent me £[50. Just then I saw James 'runler pass by i he got me the money in five minutes. After dinner we drove down with 784 dollars in a bag sealed up, which I deposited in my portmanteau. Embarked at 4 o'clock, got into the river and! before 6 were towed out by a steamer going to Dundalk. The steamer left us at half-past nine P.M. near the floating lights. Charged £18. 18. o. ;"went to tea! past 8, found nine passengers. Had a good deal of conversation with one of them, an American, who seemed to
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