Mr Nathaniel Brycesons Diary

Friday 2nd January 1846: this morning Mr. George lea accompanied by his wife and Mr. Lloyd began the Barnet. The three went ahead to taste different puddings in that evening after taking a walk through Westminster Abbey with ditto in completion of his 21st birthday party.
Sunday 4th January 1846: this morning Nathaniel went to the coffee house of Tillman’s alongside the court road in Tottenham so as to read the daily newspaper. After reading the newspaper, Nathaniel went to old bailey to witness the prosecution of browning mother on the following day. After that, he walked down the street accompanied with Ann Fox via the bridge of Westminster across the County Goal Lane of Horsemonger to witness the preparation of the execution process that was to be carried on to Samuel Quennell in the following day.
Monday 5th January 1846: after work, that evening of Sunday Nathaniel went ahead to read his New Year log book proceedings in Soho Crown Court to the wife of George Olive in the presence of Ann Fox.&nbsp. Mrs. Olive was well in her good spirit and seemingly took away Nathaniel’s waistcoat with a black-roll collar and drab trouser for her common use. among&nbsp.the executions to be made included the expiration of Martha Browning concerning the murder of Mundel Elizabeth that occurred 1st December of last year. Elizabeth the culprit expressed great assumption of the mind by ascending the gallows with steady steps during the execution occasion without being assisted. Culcraft the executioner led the execution process that occurred at the front gates of the top of the Prison precisely at 10 o’clock in the morning.