Diary of Rev Edward Stevens

1885, May 10, Sunday 

Fine but rather cold.

Baptized C. Legge’s child Jane. Spoke to Mr Timms about a boy he has in his employ and who ought to be at school, the case having been mentioned at the School Attendance Committee meeting.

1885, May 11, Monday

Fine. Cold. Drove Bell round Epwell, Shutford and Tadmarton this afternoon.

Both Bell and self called at Dr Routh’s this evening. Saw only Mrs R.

1885, May 12, Tuesday

Bell and I walked round Pound Lane and Sibford Ferris this evening.

Received letter from Hughes about the A.C.S. etc which have been very much delayed through his oversight or something else, perhaps his illness. I had written him several times without receiving any reply. I wrote to him again today.

Mary Lively came down to ask for some wine for her husband.

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