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Mary Agnes "Aggie" Cooper Diary, 1902-1903


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Fri Jan 10th_ Fine day very mild, aunt Mattie and I went to Toronto, I retrieved on the evening car,

Sat Jan 11th Very stormy in the afternoon, Uncle and I went to Richmond Hill in the afternoon,

Sun Jan 12th_ Very cold and stormy, We went to Church in the evening. quiet a debth of snow,

Mon Jan 13th ,, _Fine but but continued cold, Pa's are thrashing,

Tue Jan 14th._ {name?} finished thrashing. Aunt Nellie went down to have tea at Mrs Troyers, Uncle and I went for her in the evening.

Wed Jan Fine day and quiet mild. Election day, Mr T. F. Wallace defeated by ~ Aunt Nellie went to call at tries Duncans. I went out to a Carnival in a load in the evening.

Thurs Jan 16th. :Fine day turning colder, the sleighing good.

Fri Jn 17th. : Beautiful, clear, frosty day. I walked to Thornhill in the afternoon.

Sat Jan"th18_ Fine and very mild, I went down to Johnsons in the afternoon. Lizzie here for tea, Uncle at Thornhill in the evening.

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