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Courtland Olds Diary, 1893


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January FRIDAY 6 1893

We have kept on working in the woods to day, Fred and I . The day has been a beautiful one though cold. Heard to day that one of our dear friends in Port Dover Mifs Alice Barret had just lately been married to a young lawyer from British Columbia and left immediately after for their Wedding trip. She is to return for a short season before going to her new home however.

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January SATURDAY 7 1893

Fred has been geting up wood this forenoon, but this afternoon has been cuting. I went out to Dover this forenoon to settle up with Unckle George Matthews for a truck. Found that he had been paid for all but about Twenty seven dollars, So I gave him my note for the ball. at ten months. He agreed to repaint & to Iron the bolske posts grates. Have been greatly cast down to day.

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