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William Fitzgerald Diary, 1892-1893

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February 27th 1892

Sat. 27.

Clear bright day, but cold, gale of the night previous about spent, about 10º below zero this morning.

Sun. 28.

Beautiful day. But cold strong. light snow from the south west, turning eastward at night turning to a heavy gale about 11 .P.M.

March 1st 1892.

Tue .1.

Clear and cold with heavy north East wind.

Wed .2.

Clear and cold, with heavy gales from north east, calm at night, Mr. A. Pringle and myself visited Thompsons paper mills.

Thru. 3.

Lovely day warm, five, at night very lovely sun-dog was seen on north side of sun

March. 4th 1892.

Fri. 4.

Another Beautiful day five and warm. clouding over at night. having the appe-arance of a storm

Sat. 5.

Cloudy this morning trying to storm, Clearing off about noon, thence fine {the ballance?} of day

Mon 7.

Another lovely day warm and fine, clear and bright. Singer {Singer Sewing Machine} Agent here to day, Talking very unbecoming for a gentleman, wrote to Bob, {fay Eoy?} Belleville for reccommend

Tue .8.

Cloudy commenced raining about nood, turning to snow about 4. P.M, again to rain about {8?} P.M., again to snow at 5. P.M, only very light fall

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