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Mary Agnes "Aggie" Cooper Diary, 1913-1914


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Mon Mar 3, Rather stormy then cleared, sleighing good. Mick here in the afternoon.

Tue Mar 4. Fine day. Uncle on Jury.

Wed Mar 5. Beautiful day but cold four below zero.

Thur Mar 6. Strong west winds and blustery Mr Bowes Sale, Mr and Mrs Bales, Miss Medd here.

Fri Mar 7, Fine but cold. six below zero, coldest day. I was at Marys in afternoon.

Sat Mar 8. Fine and milder. Uncle home early. Sessor here.

Sun Mar 9. Rained heavily then cleared and very mild. Snow nearly gone. but very icy. We want to eve church.

Mon Mar 10. Very mild and bright. We washed and churned. Mr Botham came.

Tue Mar 11. Fine bright day. Mr Botham left. Mr Lawrence here for tea. Charlie Teasdale here in the evening roads are very muddy.

Wed Mar 12. Fine and very mild. roads are bad.

Thur Mar 13. Fine and mild. very sloppy ice nearly all gone. I called at Marys in eve.

Fri Mar 14. Fine and very, very warm. thunder at night. Aunt Nellie at W.A. meeting. Aunt Mattie and I went over to a lecture but disappointed we left when it started to thunder. Robins here today.

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