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Samuel Brown Records (Day Book), Part 3

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1824 Diary for 1824 new moon 2 Oclock 56 A.M. 1st mo 1st The morning open'd with rain and continued all day without much intermission. Nothing very important to notice here except the warmness of the weather which is so much that causes the vegetation to grow & to extract the frost from the earth 1st mo 2nd Continued cloudy without rain until near 4 O clock in the afternoon and very little the day closes with a high atmosphere and nothing remarkable in my knowledge but continues cloudy and moderately with a little change in the wind mostly from the east since yesterday morning, rather cooler this evening.