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William Fitzgerald Diary, 1892-1893

William Fitzgerald Diary, 1892-1893_011.pdf

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March 9th 1892;

Wed. 9.

Very foggy this morning A light flurrying snow. clearing {up?} partly, Cloudy and cold in the afternoon, light flurrie of snow {deering?} the night.

Thu. 10.

Mild, but partly cloudy sunshining at intervals, commenced snowing about 3. oclock. quite a blizard just now. (Evening).

Fri. 11.

Last night's storm was one of the fiercest of the season from the west, piling the snow in huge banks, very {illegible} made today, {heavy?) gales driving The {moon?} subsiding about 3 oclock quite pleasant the {illegible} of the day.

Sat. 12.

Snowing during the forenoon Clearing off, turning cold, wrote to L.W. Murfing Kingston for checse factory.

March 13th. 1892.

Sun. 13.

Extremely cold for march, but lovely day, bright and clear, 10,° below zero.

Mon. 14.

Very cold and windy drifting all day, the worst storm and roads experienced for a number of years. 10.° below zero. (bright)

Tue. 15.

Cold and clear, quite windy roads almost impassable 10,° below zero,

Wed. 16.

Beautiful day, bright and clear, thawing a little this after noon, but 18,° below zero this morning.

Thu. 17.

Bright and mild day turning a little colder, and cloudy about 3. oclock

Fri. 18.

Quite mild, snowing all day, from the east, wrote to {Robt.foy.?} Belleville for V.X

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