Stevens 1895-03-06

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Sunshine, rain. Very cold. Wrote to Frank. Wrote a note to Henry Bishop offering him the cottage, land, etc at £30 a year, he to find good security and subject to settlement of some small matters. I also wrote to Jewell telling him of my decision.

Hyde went to the gardening lecture last night in the School-room. He reported that there were about 70 present.

I did not go out all day as the weather was inclement and I seemed to have renewed my cold yesterday, for my upper lip was dreadfully swollen this morning.

Mr Elley called this evening about the copying of accounts. He said that there was a story current that Mr Wynne was a day or two ago made bankrupt for £250,000. He says also that F Inns and Annie Lamb are laid up with influenza.