This morning I saw what I could, over the heads of a vast crowd, of the funeral procession of Queen Victoria. The people were not, on the whole, deeply moved, whatever journalists may say, but rather serene and cheerful.
Afterwards, Legge, Fred Terry, and Hooley, lunched with me at the Golden Cross Hotel, and all was very agreeable and merry. Terry explained that they wished the third act of "The Chancellor" altering somewhat, but not at all radically.
Additionally for February 2nd., see 'Subject for a novel?'