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William Sunter Diary, 1892


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                           Jan     Thursday  7    1892

Snowed quite a bit last night & early this morning, about 2 in snow on ground cold Bella, Normie & I up home for tea

                           Jan     Friday 8     1892

Very cold & frosty this A.M. Good sleighing for cutter around the city. Mr. A Smith drove to Morriston this A.M. oysters .10 c

                            Jan     Saturday 9    1892

Very cold at shop all day some sleighing about town oysters .20 c

                             Jan     Sunday 10    1892

Cold but very fine day, a little more snow last night. G.E.B. & J Clark took their sleighs this A.M. for first time /Monday/ at church in evening Bella & myself

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