0Thursday. 5th July [1877]—Therapia
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5 July 1877 — Therapia
Thursday. 5th July [1877]. The Admiral (Hobart) stayed at home & helped me with suggestions for tomorrow’s party. It was a very hot day. Mr Fawcett came to offer us a croquet set & tent wh we have had put up & Capt Stopford came to talk abt putting up a tent on the terrace. We settled to send down & beg the Turks to lend us one & sent the steam launch with the cavass I nearly lost “Coco.” I put him out in a tree & left him there some time & when I sent for him I could not find him. After calling & making Hill call he answered we thought from the top of a tree but to our surprise we found him in the tool house. At 5.30, went out riding with Hobart, Henry, Miss d’Ehrenhoff & Mr Kennedy and went to the farm of                & round by the village beneath the aqueduct. Had a splendid view of Black Sea wh was the first time I had seen it. We got home just at 8 o’cl. Mr Kennedy & Miss d’E left us & rode home before us. Sang after dinner to Adl Hobart.

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