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William Fitzgerald Diary, 1892-1893

William Fitzgerald Diary, 1892-1893_004.pdf

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December 1891

Wednesday Dec 30.

Cold clear and windy. School meeting in Camden East School House. a hot time was anticipated, but peace and quietness prevailed, cause of trouble if any arises from {hiring?} {Mip?}. Clara Boyle. assistant teacher, she being a Catholic. Mr Cynus Edgar appointed {Westees?} for 1892.

Thursday ,, 31

Very cold in the norning turning warmer at noon. Shy overeast and theatening a storm at night.

End 1891.

January 1st, 1892.

Fri 7.

Cold in the morning, ground covered with a sheet of ice caused from hail and rain in the night. Turning warmer Sun shining at intervals gloomy at night. South wind pending rain, non appearance of {Ag?} Bown, Wife & Motheras expected, Gusta Suffering from headache.

Sat. 2.

Raining, sun shining at noon turning colder and cloudy at night.

Sun. 3.

Snowing nearly all day turning colder at night.

Mon. 4.

Cold and clear beautiful day. Town Ship Elections of Canada. Mary Hayden Wedding day.

Tue. 5.

Another lovely day. Meeting {afta?} the organization {s?" a, {name(s)?}

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