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Mary Agnes "Aggie" Cooper Diary, 1904

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Wed Mar 16. We went to a presentation at Mr Bayters. Uncle and Auntie at Thornhill in the afternoon. Annie and Lizzie here for a awhile in the afternoon.

Thur Mar 17. St Patricks Day. Fine day, but quite cold for this time of the year. Auntie went collecting to Mr Whites, Uncle and I went also in the sleigh. Uncle went to Newton Brook in the sleigh evening.

Fri Mar 18. Fine and quite mild, Mr and Mrs Gibson also Miss Kirby and Miss Gibson here for tea.

Sat Mar 19. A little soft snow fell, Uncle and Willie at Richmond Hill. Aunt Mattie at Pa's for tea.

Sun Mar 20. Fine and a little colder. I went to Fisherville in the afternoon. Uncle, Aunt Mattie and I at evening Church.

Mon Mar 21. Very windy and a little shower, we had Miss Duncan and Miss Heron also Annie and Lizzie here for tea.

Tue Mar 22. Fine day and springlike, the snow going. Uncle and Aunt Nellie went to spend the evening at Mr Gibsons, Aunt Mattie and I at Mr Charltons.

Wed Mar 23. Very mild, the robins here. Annie was here for a little while in the forenoon

Thur Mar 24. The water is quite high over the road in front of our house. Uncle and I over at Willis for tea, and Willie brought a load of {moving?} over.

Friday Mar 25. Came a little rain. Found it bad getting to Pa's. Uncle & Aunt Nellie at Mrs Chapmans funeral. Went to Mr Charltons Prese station. 15 there.

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