April 16, 1849 (Monday)

Still very cold.  Very heavy frost last night and also the night before, which, it is thought, will injure the fruit.

Have a severe cold, with its usual accompaniment, a swelled lip.

Did not go out this evening

Injured Fruit

from the Philadelphia Inquirer, April 17, 1849, page 2.

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