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14 Sends autograph letter of Mazzini's to W. F. Watson for his collection. 20 Hears news of her brother-in-law Edward Clarke's serious illness. Clarke dies the same day. 21 Tells George Combe that she is painfully preoccupied by Clarke's death. 23 Travels to Rosehill, to stay with the Brays prior to travelling to Meriden. 24 Attends Edward Clarke's funeral. 25 Spend Christmas with her sister at Meriden, telling the Brays that 'Chrissey bears her trouble much better than I expected' (I, 300). 28 Earl of Aberdeen forms a ministry following resignation of Lord Derby.
9 Writes to Chapman with an idea for an article on 'Woman in Germany'. Hear Beethoven's Fidelia. 23 Begins article on Vehse's Court of Austria. February 5 (Mon) Palmerston becomes Prime Minister, following the resignation of Aberdeen's government. March 3 (Sat) Completes 'Memoirs of the Court of Austria', a review of Vehse, for the Westminster. 11 Leave Berlin for England, breaking the journey at Cologne and Brussels, and enjoying in the latter a chance encounter with Berlioz. 14 Takes lodgings at 1 Sydney Place, Dover, while GHL continues to London.
31 Visit the Goethe house in Frankfurt. August 2 (Wed) Arrive in Weimar. For an extensive list of reading during subsequent months, and GE's comments on this reading, see I, 374-7. 5 Receives letter from Chapman proposing that she write an article on Victor Cousin's Madame de Sable. The Spectator reviews the Essence translation favourably. 6 Describes her meeting with Strauss in letter to Chapman. 10 Dine with Liszt at the Altenburg. The company includes Raff, Schade, Cornelius and Princess Wittgenstein.