Diary of Rev Edward Stevens

1873, November 16, Sunday

Holy Communion at New College chapel. The Warden celebrated, I assisted, taking the elements round to the communicants in their seats.

Rev A Spencer called this evening.

1873, November 24, Monday

Mr and Mrs Johns called. Drove Wingate to Horspath and to Great Milton to call on Alison, of Keble, who is curate there.

1873, November 28, Friday

Received a letter from Solomon, the jeweller of Cornmarket, concerning a gold chain which Johns wished to buy of him on credit.

1873, December 10, Wednesday

Johns went down.

Drove to Sandford for Evening Service. Extremely dense fog. Mr Wills accompanied me. Mr Hill preached for me. Mr Lee was not there.

1873, December 11, Thursday

Drove to Sandford. Took back lamps borrowed from Mr Ottacouy last night. Left with Rev Vernon Green the exam papers in English History of Mr Hurst’s Linden House School.

1873, December 15, Monday

Paid Spottiswoode & Co for printing circulars respecting pupils. £16.5.

Took Mr Leonard’s duty at New this evening.

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