Stevens 1886-10-21


Received reply from St James’s House, Fulham (Sister Elizabeth) to the effect that they were full, and all vacancies were promised.

Visited school.

Visited Widow Humphrey Sabin and her mother in law, Widow Henry Sabin, to speak about girl Sarah. She appears to be a very wicked girl who uses bad language, will not work, threatens her mother with violence and to cut her own throat. I did not see her as she was not at home.

I today replaced Harry’s name on the Books of Non Collegiate students at Oxford, sending Rev W. W. Jackson the Censor £1. 7. 6 for the purpose. He will allow him to go up for Mods in December without residing this term, as he is reading with me, and working better than he ever did in his life before.