Friday, 18 September, 1829

The weather is somewhat cooler than for a few days past. No occurrence of consequence. I can plainly discover from all the circumstances that have, and are, transpiring that a fatal calamity to all peace of a domestic, will soon burst upon us and its effects will be as durable as life, because when once an infraction is made in connubial confidence, it never again returns in its first purity or extent.