Diary of Rev Edward Stevens

1871, January 28, Saturday 

Wrote to Mr G. Bessell, Chapter Clerk, Bristol, asking for settlement of account for his brother’s schooling and books.

1871, February 6, Monday

Called on Professor Ogilvie at Christ Church, about Pastoral Theology Lectures, but he was not at home, being ill at Ross, his country Rectory.

1871, February 8, Wednesday

Commenced attendance on Prof. Payne Smith’s Public Divinity Lectures, by calling on him. The first lecture will be tomorrow.

1871, February 13, Monday

Called at Mr Pike’s office again. The deed was not what I expected to find it, and therefore declined for the present to sign it, but wrote for information to Mr Pinkney, Secretary of the “Protector” Society.

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