Diary of John and Georgiana Molloy: 1 July 1837 - 21 February 1840

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Novr. 1837 Thursday 30th Chapman W.27 O.7 B. Decr. Friday 1st NW. Cloudy Wr. & Strong Winds Wallace at work. Oxen empd. about removing remains of the Old American fence W.28 O.8 B Saturday 2nd. Moderate & Cloudy - O.9 B Sunday 3. Fresh breezes & Cloudy Wr. Performed Divine Service - [...] Divn & Lazarus. bobby to the Calves & milking only O.10. & B/M Monday 4th N.W. Mild Weather - the Messrs Bussells left for the Vasse taking Polly with them we having resigned her to their sole charge not to be returned to us unless she should prove an idiot our control and charge ceasing from this date Bobby to Milk only. Mr. Green the howe - O.11 B./M Tuesday 5. NW. Light breezes & Clear Wr employed taking up Potatoes. O.12 B/M Wednesday 6th SE. Strong breezes & Cloudy Wr. O13. B/M Thursday 7th 64/12 S.E. Strong breezes & Clear Wr. O14 B/M Friday 8. NW Early part Calm. Strong breezes abt. 7 a.m. which contd during the day O15 B/M Saturday 9th NW. Cloudy Wr. Modt breezes. O16 B/M Sunday 10 W. Cloudy & Light airs - Orrick to Cattle. performed Divine Service (2d Burden) O.17 & B/M Monday 11th SW. Light breezes & Cloudy Wr. Bobby to Cattle B Tuesday 12th N.W. 68/6 light breezes & Cloudy Wr. - Bobby to Cattle - finale B Wednesday 13th 63/2 [...] [...] Strong Gales with Squalls rain at times in heavy showers. Thursday 14th SW. Strong gales & Squally with heavy rain - landed the Cattle from a boat considerable anxiety felt respecting Mr Turners boat which was expected to return on Tuesday [Page 15]