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got on at Burleigh. It was so foggy in the channel we had to go slow and feel the way. Saw Flav. & Mrs. Rose at the store, where Mr. Taylor (& his banjo) got on and Mr. Tait came to bid us goodbye. Then we all went down in the bow of the boat. Mr. T & banjo up in the peak. Mr. D.

below him, Dr. L.
and I on a sack of bran
and the rest - (Mrs. Lindsay, Miss Dymond, Ned, Edith, Mary, Mrs. Chystie, the 3 Ponds, Mr. Barrett and "Victoria" (The dog) arranged about. We had music by Taylor & Mac Arthur & a funny man who stood in the door & smoked - & the Dymonds. Sang and Mr. D.
& Mrs. L. recited & we told Conundrums &c. Just before we reached Young's Point the fog left us, and then we all got out & took a walk "around the block" - and felt better. Mr. D
& Mr. F. especially. They sat up in the bow together and bellowed forth (in two parts) "Wrap me up in my old stable jacket And say a poor buffer lies low, And six stalwart lancers shall carry me, With steps solemn, mournful and slow, Then get me two little white tombstones Put one at my head and my toe And get me a pen knife and scratch them

got on at Burleigh. It was so foggy in the channel we had to go slow and feel the way. Saw Flav. & Mrs. Rose at the store, where Mr. Taylor (& his banjo) got on and Mr. Tait came to bid us goodbye. Then we all went down in the bow of the boat. Mr. T & banjo up in the peak. Mr. D.

below him, Dr. L.
and I on a sack of bran
and the rest - (Mrs. Lindsay, Miss Dymond, Ned, Edith, Mary, Mrs. Chystie, the 3 Ponds, Mr. Barrett and "Victoria" (The dog) arranged about. We had music by Taylor & Mac Arthur & a funny man who stood in the door & smoked - & the Dymonds. Sang and Mr. D.
& Mrs. L. recited & we told Conundrums &c. Just before we reached Young's Point the fog left us, and then we all got out & took a walk "around the block" - and felt better. Mr. D
& Mr. F. especially. They sat up in the bow together and bellowed forth (in two parts) "Wrap me up in my old stable jacket And say a poor buffer lies low, And six stalwart lancers shall carry me, With steps solemn, mournful and slow, Then get me two little white tombstones Put one at my head and my toe And get me a pen knife and scratch them

got on at Burleigh. It was so foggy in the channel we had to go slow and feel the way. Saw Flav. & Mrs. Rose at the store, where Mr. Taylor (& his banjo) got on and Mr. Tait came to bid us goodbye. Then we all went down in the bow of the boat. Mr. T & banjo up in the peak. Mr. D.

below him, Dr. L.
and I on a sack of bran
and the rest - (Mrs. Lindsay, Miss Dymond, Ned, Edith, Mary, Mrs. Chystie, the 3 Ponds, Mr. Barrett and "Victoria" (The dog) arranged about. We had music by Taylor & Mac Arthur & a funny man who stood in the door & smoked - & the Dymonds. Sang and Mr. D.
& Mrs. L. recited & we told Conundrums &c. Just before we reached Young's Point the fog left us, and then we all got out & took a walk "around the block" - and felt better. Mr. D
& Mr. F. especially. They sat up in the bow together and bellowed forth (in two parts) "Wrap me up in my old stable jacket And say a poor buffer lies low, And six stalwart lancers shall carry me, With steps solemn, mournful and slow, Then get me two little white tombstones Put one at my head and my toe And get me a pen knife and scratch them
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