No other words referring to Stuart. Sophie visited the engraver Green, and then lunched with "Mr Heinzelmann" a relative. A brief description of the rest of the afternoon: "We had an old English menu; a large fish, boiled mutton, pudding, boiled cabbage with butter, and a roast. Punch was made at table. After the meal Miss Heinzelmann played the piano and sang until I was fetched to see Somerset House, a magnificent palace built in four large wings dedicated to the academies of science and art."
Stuart did not last long in his grand digs. 1787 he went to Dublin at the invitation of a patron (who unexpectedly died), and decided to stay. To avoid creditors in London? In 1789 he was sent to debt prison where he irreverently continued to paint portraits for "bread."