0Tuesday. 4th [May 1897]—Garry Hill, Bagenalstown, County Carlow
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4 May 1897 — Garry Hill, Bagenalstown, County Carlow
Tuesday. 4th [May 1897]. We breakfasted at 9– Bertie “scraped up a horse” as he called it & went for a ride. I gave a sewing lesson to one of the women who work– At 10 Michael Nolan brought round the car & Blanche & I went to see the school & to pay some visits of some of the sick poor. It was cold & windy & the trees are not so forward here as at Bessboro’. We lunched at 1 & then I sat still & worked & played patience till 4 while B. did business in the garden. Abt 4 after a cup of tea we all set off back to Bagenalstown in the car & went back to Kilmacow. The carriage met us & we reached Bessboro’ at 8 just in time for dinner & greeted by the joyful news that Blanche’s box had been found & was gone to London.

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