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Andrew Brown Scott Diary, 1857

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Wednesday 7

About the Village all day doing little or nothing

Thursday 8

Intended to travel through the county of Peel today but the weather was too cold

Friday 9

Left Brampton about 9:30 A.M. then through Stanleys mills, Castlemore, Coleraine, Bolton, Macville, Sandhill,(Paisley), + Mono Mills. to Orangeville hunting information for map of Peel. Neither the clerk of the {possibly store, but spelt sore} or the clerk for the Albion were at home. Consequently could not get the school section of either of said townships.

Saturday 10

Left Orangeville about 8:00 A.m. went to {uncertain name of location} staid there an hour then went to Charleston + got the school sections of Caledon from Dodds, the clerk promised him a map for the information. Then drove home about 5:15 P.m. found {Uncertain name} had telegraphed friday to go to town-run over to station-just in time for cars

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