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William Fitzgerald Diary, 1892-1893

William Fitzgerald Diary, 1892-1893_080.pdf

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Jan 21. Nice day, fine warm, did not

      work hard poor pile put

Jan 22. Lively day mild warm and splen-

      did day. I mean to talk about
      the nice weather, I had after 
      not having been around much.

Jan 23. Very warm day, but lovely up

      till 3:30 P.M. when a most terrif-
      ic thunder storm came up, the 
      rain that fell for the time, has 
      never before seen its equall
      and I never remember of the 
      wind blowing so hard while 
      the storm lasted it was almost
      impossible to see without 
      a light so black was the cloud
      accompanying the rain.

Jan 24. Queens Birthday. Very cold and

      windy, but very fine bright
      Miss Hopkins teacher minded her chum 
      to Hampton, consequently had to call

Jan 25. Nice and warm, a light dash of

      rain about noon, but of little 

Jan 26. Mild and partly cloudy

Feb 14. Cool and cloudy, commenced

      raining this aft. at noon, but 
      did not amount to much 
      a heavy fog this evening.

Jan 27. Lovely today quite mild

      took to Sidney, attended 
      Church this evening Rev 
      Mr. Campbell in the 
      pulpit. He preached a good 
      sermon and perhaps it's the 
      last being Absent next 
      Sabbath night.

Mon 28. Good blusterful day got

      early at work thin, Big frost 
      this is clear and bracing 

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