Jervis McEntee Diaries

Sunday, July 13, 1884 The day has been cool and delightful. Girard told me he had seen Mr. Wood and we are to be paid in a few days for the Turck property sold to Griffiths. This is a great relief to me and it will I hope relieve us from all money anxiety until I can sell something again. I wrote out statements of my money transactions with the family up to Jan. 1 1884 to give to each of my brothers and sisters and gave one to Girard. Calvert is to leave the description of our property which I copied, at Morgans in N. Y. I shall now be able to go sketching and hope to soon go up on the Rondout to see about going there to locate for August if I find it attractive.

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