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David Allan Diary, 1877

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October. MONDAY, 15th 1877.

Sabbath day was fine and warm & quite a sumer day. This morning was a fine clear morning, Nat, went off towards Erin villiage this morning. I went up to Goldies Mill this forenoon, but the steam Engine was standing still but it had been going 3 days last week. But the Condenser is not attached to it yet.

TUESDAY, 16th

This is rather a dull morning and cold, Northerly wind. It continued raw and, and drizzling rain now and then

WEDNESDAY, 17th

This is a wet morning, but during the day it improved and was quite dry in the afternoon. The Sale of the lots of Land in my Estate came of at One Oclock

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