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William Beatty Diary, 1880-1883

William Beatty 1880-1883 Diary 9.pdf

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{most of entry illegible} Billie held it & I drove {rest illegible}
{several lines illegible}
20 Rev Mr Matthews had communion this morning in the church in the afternoon at Mr {illegible} hei s sick there was 14 there & 42 in the morning
21 Ezra & the man went to the shanty this morning I took Jennie to her school
22 {illegible} on our scool section for to divid it Mr Bigg & {illegible{} they to 270 ac of an assessment {illegible} with Escot
I went to Delta this afternoon I took excursion {illegible} with me arrived {illegible}
{illegible} gathering of Peopel got home after last {rest of page illegible}

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