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Charles Morrison’s Diary, June 1864

Wednesday 1st June I had a letter from Robert. Thursday 2nd June The fishing very light. Not much doing. Friday 3rd June Pretty busy today. A light fishing. Saturday 4th June A light fishing. I was very busy today. I … Continue reading

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Charles Morrison’s Diary, 15 to 31 May 1864

Sunday 15th May In the morning Mr McNeil preached from the 3rd chapter of Acts from the 1st to the 11th verse. In the evening he preached from Ephesians 2nd chapter 5th verse Even when we were dead in sins … Continue reading

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Charles Morrison’s Diary, 1 to 14 May 1864

Sunday 1st May In the morning Mr Paterson preached from the 3rd chapter of 1st John 2nd verse Beloved now are we the Sons of God and it doth not yet appear what we shall be but we know that … Continue reading

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Charles Morrison’s Diary, 15 to 30 April 1864

Friday 15th April We got up at 6 and left for Glasgow at 7 where we arrived at 9.15 and put up in Mrs Diamonds. We called at Messrs J & A Phillips Andrew Shaw and at Mrs Gardner’s. We … Continue reading

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Charles Morrison’s Diary, 1 to 14 April 1864

Friday 1st April It was pretty cold today. I was something busy. I took down some of the goods that was in J Stewart’s shop. At night I went to Goathill and was for some time with Christina. Saturday 2nd … Continue reading

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Charles Morrison’s Diary, 15 to 31 March 1864

Tuesday 15th March The Bills and tickets for the Soiree out. At night we were at Mr Caunter’s. Wednesday 16th March I had a letter from Kate. I wrote Lexy. At night we were at Mr Caunter’s. After going up … Continue reading

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Charles Morrison’s Diary, 1 to 14 March 1864

Tuesday 1st March The day being fine I went along with Mr Miller, Miss C. Gerrie, Miss Maggie McEwen and Miss Agnes Kerr over to Arnish. We left at ½ past 12 and was back at 5. We enjoyed ourselves … Continue reading

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