A warm spring-like day. Mrs. Cutler came home and brought me a black & white balmoral [skirt] very pretty. Mrs. Dawes went home on the after noon train. She will come again to finish our letter to Mr. Morse on Genealogy -- Have sent him Mr. Wilkes’ Semi-Centennial discourse to the Congregational Church of Marietta. Father’s funeral Sermon by Prof. E. B. Andrews -- Williams speech in Congress on Slavery, April 23, 1862. Louisa Maria Fulton’s funeral sermon by Mr. Merwin & a slip from the Intelligencer published at the time of Fathers death --
William came home bringing with him Major Dawes and Mr. Wilcox who will spend the night -- Ephe says he will send Mr. Morse a draft for 100 dollars to assist him in his work.