Tuesday, Nov 27, 1883 My father and I went to N. Y. by the W. S. noon train. He staid at Calverts where I dined and after dinner he and I called on Aunt Christina. I attended a trustees meeting at the Century at which the alterations in the gallery were discussed. It seems that a certain clique in the club assumes that the work was done without proper authority. In the course of the evening Marbury showed much proper indignation and gave Judge Spier some hard hits. The Judge is more than suspected of being in sympathy with the Newton element.