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Mary Agnes "Aggie" Cooper Diary, 1913-1914


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Tue Nov 18. Dull and misty then rained in the evening

Wed Nov 19. Rained heavily all day. then cleared in eve.

Thur Nov 20. Fine and very, very mild. Mrs Lawrence called. Nelson and Mrs Smellie here in the evening. John Cook called.

Fri Nov 21. I went to Toronto. dull but mild. called at Aunt Lizzies.

Sat Nov 22. Very mild all day. Mrs James and Laura called. also Miss Edey. Annie and Lizzie here for tea. It came a heavy rain about five o'clock.

Sun Nov 23. A little colder. I went to Concord Church. Marjorie and Mrs Clarke here for tea.

Mon Nov 24. Fine but high West wind. Aunt Mattie and I took butter out first since packing.

Tue Nov 25. Fine bright day. Auntie brought Mother out to spend the day.

Wed Nov 26. Fine bright day, and mild. David Smellie here. I went to help Mary. Dr Campbell here.

Thur Nov 27. Fine but cold East wind. frozen so could not plough until noon. brought in our Coal Range. Willies killed a pig.

Fri Nov 28. Fine day a little milder. Aunt Mattie and Willie in Toronto. I went over to help Mary.

Sat Nov 29. Fine and mild. East wind. Mr and Mrs Bales called.

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