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Courtland Olds Diary, 1887


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The warmer weather has again become rainy. {Harie?} here working away at our shole to day as usual. Sue cudid in getting Ane Glesor all laid down to {Nipst?} The super structure newaires to be completed. The weather is very favourable for {leen?} work not with stauding {illegible}. Noticed neat {illegible...} {superiority} on 146 votes were given to carry a Bowes for M. J. Ellis with big mil in post {illegible.} Only give voes were {illegible} against {new?} by-law.




It had continued to be warm and rainy today. to Church this morning however, alon. {Ma's?} {simply} repaid for going out in {a storm?.} The God of all the earth being {work} to serve and to bless. Enjoyed {ilegible} class meeting very much, every though it became {illegible} to lead part of {Ace?} Clss. Could only be {introduced} to do {illegible}. Grow our positive peace of deeply. Feel such a natural awfulness for my lack of gifts indeed, 'cause surely depersed see {illegible} ... my weakness.

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