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Courtland Olds Diary, 1887

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JANUARY SATURDAY 8 1887

My man and I cut wood again this fornoon in the woods. This afternoon he had been drawing out manure and geting up wood, while I have been sent to Dover about some little matters of business. Sent away for {Montreal?} Witness for my club. Sent ff for Guardian also. And for a coppy to be sent to my sister. Paid fifty Dollars of my {bal?} to day besides there being something over twenty six dollars to pay yet. Brought My Cousins Nellie and {Seydyal?}. J. Matthews {home with me?} this evening.

JANUARY SUNDAY 9 1887

Did not go out to church this morning but, over to M. Grady's church instead. Mr. {Burnhave} preached a very excellent discourse about What will you do with Christ" Was much benefitted in listening to the brothers discourse. Went out to Dover this evening, to our own church, took Bertha with me and my cousin Lydia J. Matthews home. Considerable snow has fallen to day makeing the roads quite heavy. The weather continues cold

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