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William Fitzgerald Diary, 1892-1893

William Fitzgerald Diary, 1892-1893_007.pdf

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January. 29th. 1892

Fri. 29.

Warm and fine, sun shining nearly all day, called n W.M Taslarer

Sat. 30.

A dull cloudy day. Mild. Thawing a little in the afternoon.

Sun. 31

Beautiful sun shining day, warm. Thawing a little, but still good sleighing. Melissa Luota and myself, walked home with Ms {name}. and enjoyed it very much. Emma Warner {hoe} tonight.

February. 1st. 1892.

Mon. 1.

Warm and mild mostly cloudy appearance of rain to-night.

Tue. 2.

A few sprinkles of rain. The night {illegible}, Turning very cold towards morning, cloudy, moderating alittle, commenced snowing about noon to-day from the east. The biggest of the season so far.

February. 3rd. 1892.

Wed. 3.

The storm of yesterday continued nearly all night. with heavy blows drifting considerable, fall of snow from 3 to 6 inches, To-day is lovely, very mild, sunny, and thawing a little. clouding {aoes?} in the morning, clearing off again at night. Lovely moonlight. Methodest Sunday School con-vention Melissa Emma {Harris?} attending. Melissa Emma and Gusta out for a sleigh ride and bought a bag of apples of Mr {name}. Melissa & Gusta first sleigh ride this season.

Thu. 4.

Quite cold, flurries of snow at different times throug the day. sun shining at intervals Lennox Election candidates were Allison & Hilson. The Cattes elected by {21?} majority. 3l. {illegible}

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