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COUNTING-HOUSE CALENDAR FOR 1866
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            |  Sund.  |  Mond.  |  Tues.  |  Weds.  |  Thurs.  |  Frid.  |  Satur.
JANUARY ............  |   1     |   2     |   3     |   4      |   5     |   6
            |   7     |   8     |   9     |  10     |  11      |  12     |  13
            |  14     |  15     |  16     |  17     |  18      |  19     |  20
            |  21     |  22     |  23     |  24     |  25      |  26     |  27
            |  28     |  29     |  30     |  31
FEBRUARY .......................................... |   1      |   2     |   3
            |   4     |   5     |   6     |   7     |   8      |   9     |  10
            |  11     |  12     |  13     |  14     |  15      |  16     |  17
            |  18     |  19     |  20     |  21     |  22      |  23     |  24
            |  25     |  26     |  27     |  28
MARCH ............................................  |   1      |   2     |   3
            |   4     |   5     |   6     |   7     |   8      |   9     |  10
            |  11     |  12     |  13     |  14     |  15      |  16     |  17
            |  18     |  19     |  20     |  21     |  22      |  23     |  24
            |  25     |  26     |  27     |  28     |  29      |  30     |  31
            ..................................................................
APRIL ....  |   1     |   2     |   3     |   4     |   5      |   6     |   7
            |   8     |   9     |  10     |  11     |  12      |  13     |  14
            |  15     |  16     |  17     |  18     |  19      |  20     |  21
            |  22     |  23     |  24     |  25     |  26      |  27     |  28
            |  29     |  30
MAY ........................... |   1     |   2     |   3      |   4     |   5
            |   6     |   7     |   8     |   9     |  10      |  11     |  12
            |  13     |  14     |  15     |  16     |  17      |  18     |  19
            |  20     |  21     |  22     |  23     |  24      |  25     |  26
            |  27     |  28     |  29     |  30     |  31
JUNE ........................................................  |   1     |   2 
            |   3     |   4     |   5     |   6     |   7      |   8     |   9
            |  10     |  11     |  12     |  13     |  14      |  15     |  16
            |  17     |  18     |  19     |  20     |  21      |  22     |  23
            |  24     |  25     |  26     |  27     |  28      |  29     |  30
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            |  Sund.  |  Mond.  |  Tues.  |  Weds.  |  Thurs.  |  Frid.  |  Satur.
JULY ...... |   1     |   2     |   3     |   4     |   5      |   6     |   7
            |   8     |   9     |  10     |  11     |  12      |  13     |  14
            |  15     |  16     |  17     |  18     |  19      |  20     |  21
            |  22     |  23     |  24     |  25     |  26      |  27     |  28
            |  29     |  30     |  31
AUGUST .................................. |   1     |   2      |   3     |   4
            |   5     |   6     |   7     |   8     |   9      |  10     |  11
            |  12     |  13     |  14     |  15     |  16      |  17     |  18
            |  19     |  20     |  21     |  22     |  23      |  24     |  25
            |  26     |  27     |  28     |  29     |  30      |  31
SEPTEMBER .............................................................  |   1 
            |   2     |   3     |   4     |   5     |   6      |   7     |   8
            |   9     |  10     |  11     |  12     |  13      |  14     |  15
            |  16     |  17     |  18     |  19     |  20      |  21     |  22
            |  23     |  24     |  25     |  26     |  27      |  28     |  29
            |  30
OCTOBER ............  |   1     |   2     |   3     |   4      |   5     |   6
            |   7     |   8     |   9     |  10     |  11      |  12     |  13
            |  14     |  15     |  16     |  17     |  18      |  19     |  20
            |  21     |  22     |  23     |  24     |  25      |  26     |  27
            |  28     |  29     |  30     |  31
NOVEMBER .......................................... |   1      |   2     |   3
            |   4     |   5     |   6     |   7     |   8      |   9     |  10
            |  11     |  12     |  13     |  14     |  15      |  16     |  17
            |  18     |  19     |  20     |  21     |  22      |  23     |  24
            |  25     |  26     |  27     |  28     |  29      |  30
DECEMBER ..............................................................  |   1 
            |   2     |   3     |   4     |   5     |   6      |   7     |   8
            |   9     |  10     |  11     |  12     |  13      |  14     |  15
            |  16     |  17     |  18     |  19     |  20      |  21     |  22
            |  23     |  24     |  25     |  26     |  27      |  28     |  29
            |  30     |  31
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[[preprinted]] MONDAY, JANUARY 1, 1866. [[/preprinted]]
Morning after breakfast, down town with old Field. Go to Lorquins and get an argonauta for Olga. Stay some time waiting for him & talking with his pretty wife. Back to ship dress, and call on Miss. Coates, Klinkofstrom, De Ro, Masten, leave card at C. L. Lows, Hubbards and Ayres, & Taylors. Call at Mrs Raymonds, Denisons, Hoyts, and Stebbins, not touching liquor during the cruise. Back to dinner, and spend the evening aboard, working over my shells.

[[preprinted]] TUESDAY 2 [[/preprinted]]
Morning. Go down town with the Captain to the office meeting Mr. Brackett and son on the way. Can't get any money till tomorrow. Go down to Survey Rooms, call on Dr. Kellogg and Steams. At twelve go down to lunch with Stearns meeting Marshall Rand. Afternoon Go down to Brooks & Co. to Schr. Rowe about Garrett, and then to Survey Rooms and up to Stearns office. Leave card on Bolanders, and back to dinner aboard. In the evening walk up with Davison, and go out to Mrs. Bridges and spend the evening with Dayley

[[preprinted]] WEDNESDAY 3 [[/preprinted]]
Morning, go down town, meet the Capt. & speak about having my room to myself. No money to be got. Speak to the Col. about it. Go down to Dr. Kellogg's and and the Survey Rooms. Down to the vessel to lunch, make some paper tubes. With Glover down town again and back to vessel. Hyde and Starr Pollock are dischar'd and Starr take up again. Evening call on Mrs Brackett. Mr. Ames at the Lows. Both out and go to Mrs de Ros where I pass a very pleasant evening. Back to vessel at 11.

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