1896, February 7, Friday
Dull and cold. Visited school and taught.
Mr George Hall called on me there and said he was very sorry he had lost or mislaid the Loggin Rent-roll for 1895, and said also that he would willingly pay for copies whatever Miller and Abbotts charged.
Visited Mrs Turner and saw her and Mrs Fox.
Visited Harriet Sabin and saw her son William who arrived at Banbury last evening and came out with his Aunt the carrier. He looks very ill.
My synopsis of Pleasant Holidays was returned this morning from Mr Edward Arnold publisher, 37 bedofrd Street. Strand.
Visited Widow Hannah Lamb and Miss Dix. Also Mr Moore, but could not make anyone hear at the latter’s house.