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William Fitzgerald Diary, 1892-1893

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February 5th 1892.

Fri. 5.

Lovely winters day, cold. and clear all day. moonlight to-night.

Sat. 6.

Very cold. 20 ' below zero, fine and clear during the fore-noon, afternoon cloudy and very light snow fall, cloudy to-night Mr. C.J. Hooper very sick, did not come to-night.

Sun. 7.

Cold and cloudy. Gus too Melissa and I drove out to Alfreds Brown. Commenced snowing just after we arrived, about eleven O,Clock and continued till about five. O.Clock, wind shifting from the east, and turning milder Mrs Warner came home today

Mon. 8.

Mild, almost a rain all day, at present it is snowing Emma Warner, gone home today

February .9th. 1892.

Tue. 9.

A light fall of snow early in the morning , clearing off and being very lovely the evening, I speny at Mr John McCaul's

Wed. 10.

Lovly all day, clouding around night, with the apperance of snow.

Thu. 11.

Snowing all day from the east clouding a little in the evening, again, snowing all night

Fri. 12.

Stopped snowing, fall of snow about 4 inches, clearing off at about 8, O,Clock, cold and clear all day. Clouding over at night with a light fall of snow. Clearing again and turning very cold

Sat. 13.

Very cold and clear sun very bright. Thermometer 18º below zero, but getting considerably hotter in the day, Brilliant northern lights very _continued on next page_

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