ON THE 18th of May, 1839, embarked on board the Liverpool at New York for England, Capt. Fayrer our Commander. Had a delightful voyage -- not a single storm, or gale of wind during the passage; and every comfort and accommodation-suffered from sea sickness for the first ten days -- revived after that period, and enjoyed our fellow passengers society, and the sea air very much. Arrived at Liverpool on Sunday the 2nd of June at lo o'clock. Rejoiced to get on shore. Was carried by Capt. Fayrer to the Adelphi Hotel, where we remained until Wednesday morning.
We received many visitors on Sunday, and dined with Mr. Humphrey's -- a dinner of 20 -- only lady, Mrs. Giar. At ten o'clock passed the evening with Capt. Fayrer and Lady -- had tea & muffins. Visited the town-hall -- it contains three beautiful rooms, the suite of the Mayor. The Cemetery. The Tunnel of the Railway & the town in some parts is very pretty. St. Luke's church in Lisse St. gothic and very beautiful. On Wednesday morning crossed the ferry to Cheshire.