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Mary Agnes "Aggie" Cooper Diary, 1905


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Fri Feb 24, Fine, mild and bright. Father, Mother and the three children called. We went for a little drive in the sleigh Annie and Lizzie here to spend the evening. The roads are getting much better.

Sat Feb 25, Fine and mild, we were at home untill evening Uncle went to Thornhill.

Sun Feb 26, A little blustery and colder, Uncle and Aunt Nellie at morning Church. I have a cold.

Mon Feb 27, Fine day, Margaret and Alice left. Uncle went to Toronto.

Tue Feb 28, Fine-day and mild. the hay men here for dinner.. Auntie and I called at Mary's in the afternoon and brought Marjorie down.

Wed Feb 29 Mar 1, Fine day. Auntie took Marjory over to her Grandfather's. David and Annie Smellie here.

Thur Feb 30 Mar 2, Fine day. Aunties at W.A. Uncle at Mr. Hord's sale. We went to the Convention in the evening.

Fri Mar 3, Fine and quiet mild. two loads went out to the Convention, we stayed, snowed a little in the evening.

Sat Mar 4, Fine but a little colder. Mr. and Mrs Watson also Libby Fisher here for tea, we had had two fine weeks for winter weather.

Sun Mar 5, A little snowy at times. Uncle and Aunt Mattie at morning church, I went to Fisherville. Lizzie here for tea.

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