sent a note to Capt. Mc Larie
requesting permission for our
messenger to examine the ground at the back of
our kitchen, to ascertain what caused the damp
in the wall - the cap't was not in.
Cap't Mc L sent word that we were
"welcome to look round" - Mr. Roberts went
and found a well 80 feet deep, close to our
These last three days being so wet
has thrown us back with the washing.
If it were possible to get a drying room,
[underlined] heated by steam [end underlined], what a comfort and convenience it would be.
no minister this morn'g Rev'd Gaud, preach'd
in the afternoon. A Bible class with the
Matron at 7 oclk. all the inmates in
attendance, and in tolerably good health.
Sarah Booth (now 'Mrs White")
called this morn'g, she brought a
large, paper bag full of dried herbs, and
chillies, a handkerchief ful lof shallots &
parsley, a little book and some cake
for Mary Brown, she was intending to call
upon Rev'd Bidall to tell him what good she
got whilst in the Refuge - she also brought two
little anti macassar's a present to Matron
Notes and Questions
Please sign in to write a note for this page