Journal, December 1842–June 1844; Book 2, 10 March 1843–14 July 1843

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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raised at to an angle of— 45 degrees, from the horizon. and extending nearly <or within 2 or 3 degre[e]s> to the Zenith of the degree where the sign appeard. this sign gradually disappeard from 7½ oclock and at 9 had Entirely disappeared.
11 March 1843 • Saturday
Saturday March 11th. So cold last night as to freeze water in the warmest rooms in the city. river fillid with anchor ice—o clock. in the office Joseph said he had tea with his breakfast. asked him if [it] was good.— he said if it was a little stronger he should like it better, when Mother [Lydia Dibble] Granger remarked, [p. 2]
raised to an angle of— 45 degrees, from the horizon. and extending nearly or within 2 or 3 degrees to the Zenith of the degree where the sign appeard. this sign gradually disappeard from 7½ oclock and at 9 had Entirely disappeared.
11 March 1843 • Saturday
Saturday March 11th. So cold last night as to freeze water in the warmest rooms in the city. river fillid with anchor ice— 8½ o clock. in the office Joseph said he had tea with his breakfast. asked him if [it] was good.— he said if it was a little stronger he should like it better, when Mother [Lydia Dibble] Granger remarked, [p. 2]
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