esents of fruits & flowers, & all those little attentions which it is so agreeable to receive.— I was quite unwell on Sunday, on account of a very long walk the evening previous.
I did not therefore go to young Arfwedson's. Clara & H——went & had a very pleasant visit.
They met there Baron Stackelberg, who was Swedish minister in America fourteen years. He returned but two years since.
He has called upon us several times since, & is a jovial old man with perfectly white hair & whiskers.
The Stockoe's invited us to drive out to Haga with them.
We went out at six in the evening. This palace is about two English miles from town.
It was built by Gustavus the 3rd, & was his favorite residence.
The furniture was very old, but there is one fine room lined with mirrors.
In the drawing room is a centre table with a deep top & pots of flowers placed in it. This top was covered entirely with moss, this had a very pretty effect, especially as there were a variety of flowers al<