Diary Comparison

Saturday 22nd November 1834

Ann Walker’s Entry

Anne Lister’s Entry

Washington told me the hunt would be difficult to keep off property – I mentioned my intention of having property divided & told him to give me a valuation – got a copy of note Mr. Adam sent to the hunt – & of writing protestations written by Mr. J. [Jeremiah] Dyson – dearest heard further particulars from Pickles & why the decision whether the hunt would pay damages, was to be left unsettled till Mr. Dyson returned – 

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Courtesy of West Yorkshire Archive Service, Calderdale WYC:1525/7/1/5/1/0032

[up at] 7 3/4

[to bed at] 12

no kiss ready in 50 minutes darkish, soft, damp morning Fahrenheit 41 1/2° at 8 25/.. a.m. breakfast at 9 – had William Keighley just before breakfast – Adney gave him a note to Heblett to tell the latter to shew him (William Keighley) the damage done (for the purpose of valuing it) to Holcans wood – very civil note from Mr. Bradley the architect, to fix the 16th of next month for coming here and bringing his plan – himself and all his family sick – children in the scarlet fever – read a little of the newspaper – the duke of Wellington to be premier – Had Washington – settled with him for all done at Whiskum cottage and Yewtrees etc. – Greenwood’s men brought the wash-stand for the North chamber –about 3 or after off down the old bank to Mr. Parker’s office – while Mr. Adam was sent for went to Greenwood’s and ordered servants drawers for Oddy – then back to Mr. Parker’s – saw Mr. Adam and paid him the £200 borrowed 20 October last – gave me copy of note written to Mr. Jeremiah Dyson as master of the hunt – he had been at the office this morning and Mr. Adam gave me to give Adney copy of what he (Mr. Jeremiah Dyson) had written down in answer to the note – as good a plaster as he could make it – will wait till his brother Mr. Dyson (Thomas) returns, and then an answer shall be given as to apology making and paying damages – home, i.e. had been away only in 55 minutes – a little while talking to Adney then all the rest of the day till near 6 as I had been all the morning (with the 2 painters and 2 Howarths and the glazier doing the window) in the blue room – Charles and James Howarth lined out the pattern of the studding of both ends of the room for the painters – and had had no time to get any dinner – could not go home and nothing left for them here! – told Charles I was obliged to him – paid his bill and gave him for himself and James 2/. to drink – told him of taking him to Hull on Tuesday – Had Mallinson – ordered about the upper kitchen fire place to be more closed in and prevented from smoking next week – Mallinson and his man here putting on chimney pots all the day – Had Pickels at 6 – paid him in full for walling in the upper land and bringing soil from Park farm field – read him Mr. Jeremiah Dyson’s answer to the note – not quite fairly stated – so long hearing the whole story, did not dine till 6 1/2 – coffee – Adney ruling for copy of navigation – copied a page while I was out and busy this afternoon – I wrote out to about 1/2 page 6 of the report this evening – with my aunt 1/4 hour till 10, and then writing out report and all the above of today till 11 20/.. – Damp, soft day – Fahrenheit 43° now at 11 25/.. p.m. in my study – 

Courtesy of West Yorkshire Archive Service, Calderdale SH:7/ML/E/17/0112

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