Stevens 1894-06-02

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Drove Bell to Banbury this morning. It was showery before we started, but we did not get wet. The mare took a long time to go in as the roads were very heavy and she had been on the grass. We brought Rosa out from London after her visit to Katie Wetenhall. Ruby came out very well. We met Mrs Routh in Banbury. She had lost Thomas Webb’s waginette, by which she had gone in, but I had not room to offer her a seat. I think she afterwards found the wagonette, as we did not pass it on the road.

Mary Thame gave me a note from Mr Ramsay as I passed through Swalcliffe. I afterwards saw him in the road. John Lively called and I asked him to drive me to Banbury on Tuesday morning.