The diary-entry for today is as follows:
Witnessed to lads but was let down: Now what did I mean by that? Could the word read as “let” in fact be “bit”? — “[I] witnessed to [some] lads but [not very effectively because I] was [feeling a] bit down.” This would accord with the earlier statement: “[I] was in [a bad] mood.”
Robert: Robert Parkinson, I assume. But cf. Wednesday 23rd March 1966 where it is Robert Miller who is mentioned; however, there, I felt the need to add the surname Miller.
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