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

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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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