The Jervis McEntee Diaries - November 27, 1888

Diary Entry:

Tuesday, Nov 27, 1888 From all accounts the storm has been more severe than for many years. It has been grey and threatening and has rained at intervals all day. I went down town after lunch. The new hall stove has arrived at Canfields and they are to put it up tomorrow. I have fixed up Sedgwicks old rocking horse and with his consent will send it up to the "Home" for the children. Louise Broadhead has spent the day here. I am thinking of going to N. Y. and with no enthusiasm. I would rather be here.

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