Friday, June 29, 1883 It was pretty rough the early part of the night and a thick fog but we reached N. Y. about 8 oclk breakfasting on board. We parted with Booth who had affairs to attend to and I went home with Calvert and had a long talk, and we dined together. Julia had left that morning for Potters Hollow for the summer. Booth and I came home by the 3 o'clock West Shore train reaching home at 6.30. We found the road very pleasant, the cars new and luxurious, all that could be wished.