Roseltha Goble Diary, 1867

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Roseltha Goble Diary, 1867

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January 1, 1867

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Roseltha Goble Diary Collection

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JANUARY, TUESDAY 1, 1867

New Years day Weather most delightful. Sleighing tolerable. Took dinner at John Scott's. Jasper Clara and I. Mr & Mrs Fowler and Mr & Mrs Beamer there. A good dinner and pleasant visit although the party was not a very brilliant one.


WEDNESDAY 2,

{L G written at top} A fine winter's day, clear but very cold. Went to Brantford took Dora with us. Went with the buggy. took dinner at Mr Snider's. Attended a children's tea meeting in the Baptist Chapel in the afternoon. And a Concert in the evening. A great may children present. Thy sang with all their might. Interesting Meeting {written at bottom the} 2

JANUARY, THURSDAY 3, 1867

A beautiful Morning. A little warmer than yesterday Staid over night at Mr Sniders Went down town. Called on Mrs Yule and Mrs Tisdale. Came home this afternoon. Very tired. found all well. have had a pleasant trip.

FRIDAY 4,

A beautiful day. not very cold. Thawing a little went missionay collecting succeeded vey well. Walked. Went as far as Edwin Lewis and R. Kipps took tea at Mr Kipp's and Jasper came after me. Dora went with me

JANUARY, SATURDAY 5, 1867.

Day not so fine. quite a little snow storm in the afternoon. Out again to-day collecting. went with the buggy. went to the Muir Settlement. did not get as much as I expected. Am very tired tonight. took dinner with Mrs Ryder. Good night.

SUNDAY 6,

A pleasant day. pretty good sleighing. Attended Sunday School. Elder Patton preached. Subject the "Prodigal Son" text. " He began to be in want". Good sermon. Quite a number at prayer meeting did not have as good a Meeting as I expected. Good Night

JANUARY, MONDAY 7, 1867.

A nice Morning. Elder Patton staid last night. Election day Pa & Jasper both away I have been home all day for the first day this year have sewed some, and this evening have been baking. Am rather weary and must retire soon. Jasper is out this evening

TUESDAY 8,

A fine day. Washed, Mary to help. Missionary collecting in the afternoon went to Mr Laycock's Harpers & Showers. Mr Nelles here to dinner Jasper out this evening attending to School matters Must retire.

JANUARY, WEDNESDAY 9, 1867

Snowed a little today Ironed. Spent the evening at Uncle Eakins Mr & Mrs Hersey, Mr & Mrs J. Scott & Mr Nelles there. A good supper & pleasant visit. took Clara. have just returned ten oclock. Am ready for bed. Good Night.

THURSDAY 10,

A very pleasant day. have not done much made out my missionary a/c. hand collected $11.37. Elder Patton came. Missionary Meeting vey good. Collected $3.65 making for the year. $15.02.

JANUARY, FRIDAY 11. 1867.

Weather pretty cold. I made a dress for Clara today. Dora at School.

SATURDAY 12,

A very cold day. Pa and Jasper went to Woodstock. Newton bad. Clara mischievous. Made an apron for her. Mrs Bastedo here this afternoon. selecting peices for our S.S. Concert. Have not got quite all my weeks work dome. Have done all I could.

JANUARY, SUNDAY 13, 1867.

Very cold and stormy not many at Sunday School staid to hear Mr Smiths Conference Meeting after preaching Met a few of the children in the afternoon to sing. Prayer Meeting in evening. Vey good Meeting. May the Lord {revine} us all.

MONDAY 14, Cold. Washing day. Mary here. done some mending. My health is very good I am very thankful to the "Great Giver" of every good and perfect gift. If Newton was well we should all be very comfortable. he suffers so much. The children are vey well but noisy & playful

JANUARY, TUESDAY 15, 1867.

A beautiful winter's day. very cold but clear. Pa went to Woodstock. Ma went with him and spent the day at Mr. Huggarts I have been comfortably busy. Mary to help.

WEDNESDAY 16,

A very nice day. Snowed a little. Mr Smith and Hiram Green to dinner Making a dress for Mother Writing an address for our S. S. Concert in the evening

JANUARY, THURSDAY 17, 1867

A very cold day. Mr Earl and Alfred Jones a fine young Indian, here to spend afternoon & evening R Miller & the boys came to practise in the evening

FRIDAY 18,

A cold but pleasant day Mrs Ferguson & Mr Gilmour to dinner. I went to the School in afternoon selecting peices for concert. Mr Bastedo Mr & Mrs Hull to tea. The children came to practise in the evening. Mrs Oil came on the evening train. Such a busy day.

JANUARY, SATURDAY 19, 1867

Day very cold but clear Mrs Oil and Mrs Bastedo staid last night. Mrs Ferguson here today. All went away before dinner Men did up the Carpet bag and copied some music Alone tonight.

SUNDAY 20,

A fine winters day. Good Sabbath School disapointed in the Meeting. no Minister came met at the School House in afternoon to sing. A good practise. Lucy and Jenny up. A Good prayer Meeting. Newton very bad again.

JANUARY, MONDAY 21, 1867.

A great snow storm last night. Earth is dressed in a beautiful pure robe this morning. Jasper took the children up to School. Washing day. Mary here. Very busy all day and vey tired at night.

TUESDAY 22,

Day pleasant. Snowing some. Jasper & Pa went to Brantford. finished Mothers dress. and done some mending. Ironed in the evening. Vey tired. late before Jasper got home the roads vey heavy so much snow.

JANUARY, WEDNESDAY 23, 1867.

Weather pleasant. did not rest well last night feel tired today mending all day. Done a good days work

THURSDAY 24,

Day pleasant. quite warm. Made a white flannel skirt for my self Jenny Martin came up to tea. The children came to practise. Mrs Bastedo down. Jenny staid all night.

JANUARY, FRIDAY 25, 1867.

A very disagreeable day cold rain & mist. Jenny went home this morning. Alonzo came over and went to Woodstock. Vey stormy in the afternoon snow & wind. Baking day. Alonzo staid all night Have been thinkng sadly of the boys tonight. So may gone This would have been Damel's birthday

SATURDAY 26,

Still stormy. snowing. Alonzo went home. Jasper getting wood for Longstreets Thy are suffering for wood & food. Mrs Bastedo came after dinner staid over night made out the programm for Concert. Pa sick. Vey stormy all day.

JANUARY, SUNDAY 27, 1867.

Still snowing & blowing all day. went to S.S. quite a few out considering the weather & roads. A few children came to sing here. Jessie McKay here. I did not go to prayer meeting. Pa sick all day.

MONDAY 28,

Cold Tho storm seems to be dying. Some of the roads are impassable so much snow. Pa sick all day. Clara not well I have written to Nellie made out a programme for Concert and some other writing. sewed but little Do not feel vey well.

JANUARY, TUESDAY 29, 1867.

Day rather pleasant have began making underclothes for myself. Mr Vandecar to dinner. I must try and not sew too steady. Am too anxious to do more than my strength is sufficent for

WEDNESDAY 30,

Vey cold but clear finished one article and began another. George Goble here to dinner. feel wearried out tonight. head ache and weariness

JANUARY, THURSDAY 31, 1867.

A pleasant morning but rain in the evening finished another Garment Mr. Davis & daughter to dinner. Went to Davids Beamer's in the evening to practise with the children. rained

FEBRUARY, FRIDAY 1.

A bright morning vey wet under foot. feel tired today. Sewing some and writing some wrte to Sarah Huggart

FEBRUARY SATURDAY 2, 1867.

A very stormy day. hail snow some rain and a great deal of wind. Washed Mary to help. Met with the children in the afternoon in the shop. Drilling on Their Recitations. The week's work is done

SUNDAY 3,

Stormy morning but more pleasant in afternoon. Had a good Sabbath School. Elder Patton preached. Text At "Even time is shall be light". Met with the children in afternoon to sing. Mr Huggart's down.

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FEBRUARY, MONDAY 4, 1867.

Pleasant all day but a stormy evening. Done some writing and sewed some D. Beamer took all the children down to Mrs Landon's in evening for practise.

TUESDAY 5,

A beautiful day. do not feel very well. Baking. Sewed a little. The days pass vey quickly and sometimes rather wearuly. beleive I try to do too much.

FEBRUARY, WEDNESDAY 6, 1867.

Day fine. Went to the School House in the afternoon to help Mrs Bastedo drill the children thy done better today Mr White to stay over night. A pleasant evenig Rachel & the boys up had some good music

THURSDAY 7,

A beautiful day. Thawing fast. have been sewing today. baked this evening feel better today.

FEBRUARY, FRIDAY 8, 1867.

Another nice day Thawing still. Sleighing poor. have churned ironed. made two collars and been very busy. helped make evergreen wreaths for The chapel in the evening. Very tired indeed raind some.

SATURDAY 9,

Stormy growing cold and storming washed and baked met the children in The afternoon in the shop. practising their Recartations. Vey stormy.

FEBRUARY, SUNDAY 10, 1867.

A very cold day stormy in afternon morning but clear and cold in the afternoon. Good S.S. staid to hear Mr Smith preach Mrs Bastedo came home with us. met in The Chapel in afternoon Sarah Huggart down Good practise.

MONDAY 11,

Getting warmer. day rather pleasant. Mrs Ryder. to dinner. Miss Dunham and James Dawson came. Had a Rehersal in the afternoon in the Chapel. Miss D went up. Sar{illegible} came home with us. Quiet evening.

FEBRUARY, TUESDAY 12, 1867

A nice morning. busy making decorations for the Chapel. The girls helping. Rain in the afternoon. I felt so discouraged. but how unnecessay. The evenig was fin and the Concert a purfect success. house crowded. made over $30

WEDNESDAY 13,

O! such a day We went to Wolverton to take Miss Dunham over. Pa the children and I stopped and got Mrs Landon. It rained hard all day. Got very wet - roads bad and weathr cold. Had some fun over our pleasant trip

FEBRUARY, THURSDAY 14, 1867.

The rain seems to be over. Not vey cold. A letter from George. Emma is vey sick. Sewing to-day. feel pretty tired after my yestersday journey.

FRIDAY 15,

Sewing to-day

FEBRUARY, SATURDAY 16, 1867.

Rained hard all the morning. and cleared up sl sun shone and a fine afternoon. washed got the clothes dried and part of them ironed. A letter from Nellie. Emma is better

SUNDAY 17,

A most beautiful day clear bright & not very cold. Sleighing all gone. Good S.S. Mr Coutts preached interesting sermon. spent the afternoon at home. Prayer Meeting at night. house full

FEBRUARY, MONDAY 18, 1867.

Day pleasant. Do not feel vey well. Sewing all the time I could get. Dora did not go to School. not vy well. We have as a family been favoured with good health This winter

TUESDAY 19,

Weather cold. East winds cold & unpleasant Ma. Pa and Dora went to Uncle Eakins to dinner. Henrietta called in the afternoon I have had a vey busy day. have sewed but little.

FEBRUARY, WEDNESDAY 20, 1867.

Cold and stormy. snow and wind Ironed and sewed some.

THURSDAY 21,

Wrote to Lissa. have been braiding to-day snowed some. Jasper went for wood. Gone all day. It does not seem like home when he is away.

FEBRUARY, FRIDAY 22, 1867.

A mild pleasant day snow nearly gone again no sleighing. have been sewing to-day. Jasper working on the shop Newton is better.

SATURDAY 23,

Very busy baking &c to-day. Vey tired

FEBRUARY, SUNDAY 24, 1867.

{Dora writing} Dora. It is a nice clear morninge and I havve made one good resalution, I know that mamma knws best. I forgot to tell you what it is so now I will tell you it is to not use sugar on my mush. D-ora S. G-oble {C}larW Clara G Clara Emma Goble

== MONDAY 25, == {written at top} 25 A beautiful day washed in the forenoon and sewed in the afternoon.

== FEBRUARY, TUESDAY 26, 1867. =={written at top} 26 A lovely day. bright sunshine. just thawing a little. excellent wheeling. Jasper went to Woodstock. I called at Melissa's a little while and spent the afternoon at Mr Huggard's. pleasant visit Eleven oclock when we got home. left Clara home

== WEDNESDAY 27, == {written at top} 27 Another beautiful morning. Mother went down to Mrs Landon's in the morning. Pa & Clara went down to tea. got home at 8 oclock. The children are neither of them so well. I have been busy today. choring about.

== FEBRUARY, THURSDAY 28, 1867. =={written at top} 28 Busy as ever. Ironing &c. Rained a little went to Mr. Nelms towards night. took Clara and Dora. Made a visit we have been talking of making for several years. got home about nine o'clock. Rained soon after we got home.

MARCH, FRIDAY 1,

A fine day. Finished a chemise I have been braiding

"March comes in like a lamb". how will it go out.

== MARCH, SATURDAY 2, 1867 == {written at top} 2 A cold day. Feel vey unwell head ache and general bad feeling have cleaned & baked but it was all hard work. Elder Patton came John Huggard & H {W}elford to tea. pleasant evening only I felt weak & ill. retired early.

SUNDAY 3,

A vey cold rough day Good S.S. & Good sermon Elder Patton went home after dinner. nice quiet afternoon. went to prayer meeting.

== MARCH, MONDAY 4, 1867 == {written at top} 4 Snow & cold weather feel better. done some mending and cut out some cotton sewing feel that my life is not what it should be O for {now} my Grace to live must consistently "Guide me O Thou Great Jehovah".

== TUESDAY, 5 == {written at top} 5 A beautiful day Mr White to dinner had some music bought some books finished one article of my sewing. Mrs Bastedo to tea. It is late and I must retire. Good Night.

== MARCH, WEDNESDAY 6, 1867 == {written at top} 6 A cold day. Made a pr of drawers. I am not very strong this week. feel so tired all the time must be more careful some way. of myself

== THURSDAY 7, == {written at top} 7 A nice day mild and pleasant. some snow. Washed Mary to help. Vey tired and not well. Aunt Maria John & Henrietta spent the evening her. felt too tired to enjoy a visit

== MARCH, FRIDAY 8 1867 == {written at top} 8 A beautiful day Ironed. sewed in The afternoon some finshed ironing in the evening. {written above last line} th the

SATURDAY 9,

A fine day. Thawing a good deal. roads quite muddy. baked and cleaned a little Went with Mrs Bastedo in the afternoon to William Laycocks. took tea. Eliza and Hartley there. had a pleasant visit. Mrs Laycock very poorly. Got home about 7 oclock Walked. not very tired.

== MARCH, SUNDAY 10, 1867 == {written at top} 10 Misty in the early morning pleasant for Sunday School A full School. I did not stay to Meeting. Dora not well. Rained all the afternoon felt vey sleepy and dull. Dora's cough bad. Not many out to Prayer Meeting yet a good little Meeting took Clara.

== MONDAY 11, == {written} 11 A disagreeable chilly day. Dora not well enough to go to School. Braiding a pr of drawers spent the afternoon with Mrs McIntyre. Dora was so lonely. She had a good play with Annie. Spent the evening at Mr Miller's. Mrs Bastido There took tea. Sang some. & talked more. Nearly ten when we got home

MARCH, TUESDAY 12, 1867

Weather cloudy and chilly A little snow on the ground. Done some mending Have not felt well. Pa sick all day. Dora at home. Clara is better than she was last week. Newton improving.

WEDNESDAY 13,

Cold. some snow and windy. Sewing. Feel weary and ill in afternoon Edward Beamer called. Rachel to dinner Tea. The boys came up in the evening. Thy are fine little fellows. tis a pity thy are brought up in a tavern Some music. Pop Corn. Apples and Books. pleasant Evening.

MARCH, THURSDAY 14, 1867.

Very cold this morning. A very sudden change since yesterday Morning. Rachel Miller took the train for Toronto. I walked down to Mrs Landon's in the afternoon. Jasper walked down in the evening after me so I had two pretty long walks. Got home about 9 oclock. found Clara vey hoarse great difficulty of breathing

FRIDAY 15,

Slept but little last night. Clara vey ill all night. Some better this morning. Vey bad about ten oclock almost suffocated gave her an emetic After throwing off the phlegm much better. So bad about 5 oclock we thought she would die. Suffering vey much. Jasper got the Dr as soon as possible he gave her something eased her

MARCH, SATURDAY 16, 1867.

We both sat up all night with her last night The Dr staid till she breathed more freely. He says it is Croup but so far down and so seated it will take some time to remove it. She suffered vey much all night. very distressing to hear her. bettr towards morning. Vy weak I feel pretty well used up to-day.{written in margin} Lucy Landon called

SUNDAY 17,

snowed last night. Cold. Jasper, Dora, & Pa away to S.S. and Preaching. I could not leave Clara. Did not go to bed last night. She is bettr this morning. Hardly seems like Sunday not to go to Sunday School Went to Meeting Mr Selby came down for me. Mr Campbell preached - Good sermon Clara better. Day very cold & stormy.

MARCH, MONDAY 18, 1867.

Morning clear but cold. Do not feel well. So little sleep for four nights. Clara not so well as yesterday Am going to keep Dora at home till the weather & roads become settled and help her finish her quilt She began it when only 3 1/2 years old.

TUESDAY 19,

A very beautiful day so bright and sunny but cold Jasper went to Woodstock Mother and Dora spent the day at Mr Fowler's. Clara has been vey well and so good all day. Seems to feel better than for several weeks. precious baby. May her life have been spared for some useful Purpose.

MARCH, WEDNESDAY 20, 1867.

Cold. Working at Dora's quilt to-day. Clara not so well.

THURSDAY 21

A very stormy day. Snow wind and storm all day. A real March day. Sewed some on the quilt and cut out a pr of drawers.

MARCH, FRIDAY 22, 1867

Not so cold as yesterday but still snowing. A good deal of snow fallen An accident on the R.R. this morning a little this side Woodstock. Two trains ran into each other. Two men killed and much property destroyed.

SATURDAY 23,

A lovely day. Warm & bright. Mother and the children went for a sleigh ride. I baked cleaned done a little mending, looked over my S.S. lessons. The Parable of the ten virgins. and so ends the week. weary and full of care as usual. but crowded with many blessings never the less.

MARCH, SUNDAY 24, 1867.

A chilly cold morning went to S.S. and staid to hear Mr. Smith. Clara restless. Very stormy all the afternoon. rain and snow. But few at prayer Meeting. Feel tired and ill at night.

MONDAY 25,

A beautiful day but cold and freezing Washed. Mary to help A hard days work pretty tired. A letter from Nellie She is not coming home this Spring.

MARCH, TUESDAY 26, 1867.

A delightful morning very cold but so bright and sunny. Ironed all the forenoon Made an apron for myself in afternoon.

WEDNESDAY 27,

Very cold snowed a little Ironed till afternoon Sewed a little. Mr Smith to Tea. Dora gets some of her lessons will not go to School till the roads and weather become settled. All are courting "Tired Nature's Sweet Restorer". And I must quit scribbling & do likewise.

MARCH, THURSDAY 28, 1867.

A fine day but cold baking all the forenoon very tired. Sewed a little in The afternoon Jasper had the children meet for practise on Church music in the evening.

FRIDAY 29,

A beautiful day. Weather warmer. Cleaning &c most of the day. Finished Dora's quilt. Newton very bad. Mr. & Mrs. Yule came on the evening train It is after 10 and I am both sleepy and weary. Have had a pleasant eveing

MARCH, SATURDAY 30, 1867

A beautiful day. Thawing very fast. Mr & Mrs Yule went away on the 11 o'clock train. Have had a pleasant visit with them feel tired and not vey well to-day.

SUNDAY 31,

A nice warm day but very muddy. A good S.S. Elder Patton preached Pa sick. Maggie took dinner with us Elder Patton went home in the afternoon. Not many at Prayer Meeting.

APRIL, MONDAY 1, 1867.

A very stormy day. snow and cold. Maggie Longheed and Sarah Fawcett took tea with Dora. Went to Teacher's Meeting in the Evening. Only four present but we had a good Meeting. Walked {u?} Very muddy

TUESDAY 2,

A beautiful bright morning but a vy cold west wind which we had the full benefit of in riding to Woodstock. Roads vy bad. Took dinner at Mr Perren's. At the Institute in afternoon. Took Tea at Mr. Cameron's. Attended an interesting Public Meeting in the Eveing at the Institute. Six Graduating Students. Noble Young men may God bless them.

APRIL, WEDNESDAY 3, 1867.

Came to Mr H. Burtche's last night after the Meeting and here we are This Morning Tis a vey pleasant quit place I always enjoy coming here. Came home after dinner Called at Mr Fowler's, John Scotts, and D. Beamers. Got home about 5 oclock. All well. Alfred Scott is very ill. Also Mr & Mrs Cox.

THURSDAY 4,

A nice warm morning but rain all the afternoon. Pa went to Woodstock. A Scott a little better. Wrote to Lissa and Nellie. Sent patterns to Lissa. Cut a dress for Dora. The children met to sing in The evening. Am not vey well to-day.

APRIL, FRIDAY 5, 1867.

A stormy day. rained most all night. Snow. and wind to-day. Not vey cold. Mr. Radford's have moved. Baking cleaning, churning &c to-day Several calls during the day. and the Miller boys have spent the Evening here some music, pop corn &c.

SATURDAY 6,

{Dora writing} Dora Clara and I had compony to-day. his nane was Clarence Clark. and we had had a nice time. Dora L. Goble.

{Rosaltha writing} Mrs & Mrs Clark to dinner Alonzo went to Woodstock here to tea. A. Scott much better

APRIL, SUNDAY 7, 1868.

A pleasant day. Went to Sunday School. had not time to get through with The lesson. Staid to hear Mr Smith. Walked up in the afternoon to hear Mr Clark lecture on Temperance. Attended Prayer Meeting not may out. So ends the Sabbath

MONDAY 8,

Day pleasant. Mending all the forenoon. Mary came in the afternoon and we began washing. Walked down to David Kipp's towards night. Their baby dead. gone to its rest dreadfully muddy.

APRIL, TUESDAY 9, 1867.

A truly beautiful Spring day. The children out all day. Washing and cleaning all day. May went home. Jasper went to the funereal. Dora has a pet Lamb. she is delighted with it.

WEDNESDAY 10,

A cold rainy day. Storm all day, rain, and hail. Ironed all the forenoon sewed but little. The children have needed so much care. 'Tis not lost time. All are in bed but me and I must go too. Good Night.

APRIL, THURSDAY 11, 1867.

A fine day, bright and clear. Ironed and baked Went out in the afternoon called to see old Mr & Mrs Beamer before they go away. (Thy move next week to Detroit.) Called at the School a little while and Then at D. Beamer's got home at tea time. Singing at night.

FRIDAY 12,

A nice day. Very busy all day. Churned and cleaned. not vey well. made a skirt protector

APRIL, SATURDAY 13, 1867.

A warm day. Went to D. Beamer's in The afternoon to {c}at sugar took the children staid to tea. Mrs Burtch came and Mr Cameron. I did not get home till late vey busy till after nine and consequently very tired.

SUNDAY 14,

A truly good day A vy large interesting School. Mrs Burtch and Mr Cameron both went. An excellent sermon after. full house and all attentive. Mr Cameron to dinner. Mrs Burtch went to Mrs Landon's I did not go to P. Meeting vey tired at night.

APRIL, MONDAY 15, 1867.

A rainy day. Dora started to School again Clara lonely without her Mother and I working at a rug. hard work.

TUESDAY 16,

Still rainy. Working all day at the rug.

APRIL, WEDNESDAY 17, 1867.

A bright clear day but a cold wind Finished The rug & tidied up the house Mrs Bastedo, Rachel and Shannon to Tea Herlcimer came in the evening. pleasant visit. beautiful night Mrs. B. stays over night.

THURDSDAY 18,

Cut a dress for Dora and thought I would sit down and make it. Pa gave me some writing to do. just finished it when a load of Ministers came. Mr Henderson Mr Kitchen & Moyle Mrs Landon came and I went to cooking. All to dinnr Mrs. L. brought the seeds

APRIL, FRIDAY 19, 1867.

Rain in the morning cleared up in afternoon Pa went to Woodstock Ma spent The day at Aunt's I was very busy house and store to tend. Mr McLaurin came on the train. He gave a good temperance lecture in The Evening at the Chapel 11 oclock when we got home

SATURDAY 20,

A pleasant day but windy letters from Nellie. Old Mrs Milmine is to be burried to-day. Mr Mrs. L. went on the 11 oclock train Pa sick all day. Mr Smith to tea. Finished Dora's dress A busy weary day.

APRIL, SUNDAY 21, 1867.

A large S.S. I came home Mother went up to Mr Smith's Meeting Alonzo came over I went to Prayer Meetng

MONDAY 22,

The ground all covered with snow this morning cold and stormy. Alonzo went on the train. George came on the 8 ockl train staid till 11. took Nellie things. Mary came. Another bustling busy day. Jasper sick. The children not vey well either

APRIL, TUESDAY 23, 1867.

Snow melted and gone Rachel Miller married Elder Patton here to tea Alonzo came on the 8 oclock train evening. Pa fishing. Mr Barkis here all the evening looking ofver the S.S. Class books. Making out the yearly Report. 11 when we retired.

WEDNESDAY 24,

A cold day Snowed nearly all the afternoon Alonzo went home. Washing day. Vey tired. Mr Nelins to tea. Dora is not going to School this week. she is not well 4 years to-day since Brother Alfred died in Washington D.C.

APRIL, THURSDAY 25, 1867.

Cloudy and chilly. Baked all the forenoon Sewed in the afternoon done a large day's work. Dora went to School

FRIDAY 26,

A very windy day made a flannel shirt for Jasper. Mrs Bastedo and Mr Barker here in the evening. Making up the Report for the S.S. Annual Meeting. late when we retired

APRIL, SATURDAY 27, 1867.

A cold day. not much like Spring. Have not begun to make garden not vy well. Mending all day. Elder Patton came

SUNDAY 28,

A nice bright mornig but cold. Vey good Annual Meeting. rather long Elder Patton preached in the Chapel. May good come from it. Clara sick all day I did not go to Prayer Meeting. Not vey well.

APRIL, MONDAY 29, 1867.

A cold misty day Washed. Clara better. Not well myself. sore Throat and feverish.

TUESDAY 30,

Rainy morning cleared up towards noon. Worked in Garden not well. very tired at night.

MAY, WEDNESDAY 1, 1867.

Sick most all day worked a little in The garden towards evening. was sick most of last night have a bad cold and fever. Very cold

THURSDAY 2,

Very cold froze last night did not go out any worked a little at The rug. Clara sick. Dora went to School.

MAY, FRIDAY 3, 1867.

Still very cold. No gardening till warmer weather. am better than yesterday. Clara has been very troublesome today. Dora at School working at a rug.

SATURDAY 4,

Weather a little warmer rainy afternoon & Evening finished the rug. finished soap making feel better a little.

MAY, SUNDAY 5, 1867.

A cloudy morning some rain but not enough to keep Mary from S.S. Finished up The Appointing of Teachers and arraying of Classes. Jasper has an Infant Class. I have his class of boys and Mr. Nelins has my old class.

MONDAY 6,

Cold and rainy Washed and took up the Carpets up stairs. went to Teachers Meeting in the evening. A number out. Cold.

MAY, TUESDAY 7, 1867.

Day pleasant but still cold. Pa and Ma went to Brantford. busy cleaning Ironing &c Am not strong nor vey well.

WEDNESDAY 8,

A cold windy day Mrs Libertus white washing Vey tired a good many times to-day. Very busy. Clara not well. I feel some better. wish I was real strong There is so much work to do in the Spring.

MAY, THURSDAY 9, 1867.

I dont know what kind of a day it has been for I have hardly been out side The door to-day. Have been papering all day done my room and The front bed-room. Am tired but have The comfort of doing a large day's work 11 rolls of paper.

FRIDAY 10,

A nice day. Warmer. Papered both halls. Vey tired. Mrs Vandecar to dinner.

MAY, SATURDAY 11, 1867.

A nice day. wind cold. no real warm Spring weather yet. Have been cleaning most of the day but quit in time to get ready for Sundy Mr Cameron here. It is almost ten oclock must look at my lesson a little and then retire.

SUNDAY 12,

A pleasant day. Good Sunday School. felt too sleepy to enjoy The Meeting Jasper sick all night did not sleep much. Mr & Mrs Ryder to dinner Mr Ryder took Mr Cameron home. Mrs R. staid here. Pa and Ma went as far as Aunts. took Clara

MAY, MONDAY 13, 1867.

Rainy all day. Have not felt very well Washed. Mary began cleaning The store. tired and retired early. Jasper not able to do much.

TUESDAY 14,

Still rainy. Was sick all The forenoon. Cleaned Nellies room and The halls in The aftrnoon. Mary cleaning The store.

MAY, WEDNESDAY 15, 1867.

Weather cleared up A nice Moonlight night. Have been pretty well to-day. Done a good deal of cleaning. Am tired but hope to get rested by morning. A letter from Emma and Nellie.

THURSDAY 16,

A nice clear day cleaned the dining room and Newtons room put down all the carpets up stairs.

MAY, FRIDAY 17, 1867.

Rainy and very cold all the forenoon. Went with Pa down to Mr Burns a pleasant call Think I shall go there often. Mr. Burns has a nice garden. Got a catalpa tree. Mary cleand The Kitchen. I ironed. put down dinng room Carpet letter from Father

SATURDAY 18,

A clear day. cold wind. Dora and I went to Princeton on The train left The hats at at Mrs Giles to be done over. Called at Mrs Landons walked home. Called on Mrs Smith in evening looked over my S.S. lesson week ends. Work done

MAY, SUNDAY 19, 1867.

A bright morning. A Great Sunday School house crowded. Good lesson. May God bless the effort.

Rainy cold afternoon. Jasper and Mother went to Princeton few at Prayer Meeting

MONDAY 20,

Cold in the Morning but warmer towards night. Worked in Garden all day. Fixed up my beds very nicely. no seeds in yet. so cold.

MAY, TUESDAY 21, 1867.

Rainy all day & cold Washing day. A letter from Newty. Annie Danson is to be married tomorrow at Princeton Am tired.

WEDNESDAY 22,

Rainy all day. Could not go to Princeton. Not very well fixed Dora's blue dress. She is home from School for a few days.

MAY, THURSDAY 23, 1867.

Still cloudy and rainy. What a long storm. Made a pr of pants for Pa. Very tired

FRIDAY 24,

Queen's birthday. Went to Princeton in The forenoon Jasper, Newton, The children and I. The first ride Newton has had since he came home Called at Mrs Landon's. Got Clara's hat at Mrs Gile's and came home to dinner. rained after dinner about 3 oclock cleand up we went to T. Muir's took tea there about 8 when we got home.

MAY, SATURDAY 25, 1867.

A fine Morning but cold and rainy before night. We have but few fine days. Pa and Ma went to Old Mr Hess's funereal. I have trimmed Clara's hat. got up my Sabbath School lesson and done a little washing Ironing & Mending. Elder Patton came.

SUNDAY 26,

A fine morning and continued pleasant through the day. large S.S. a number of visitors. My class was unusually attentive. May God bless Them. They are fine boys. Elder Patton preach subject The Progress of the Church. Attended Prayer Meeting.

MAY, MONDAY 27, 1867.

A beautiful day a little like Spring. Pa and Ma went to Richmond did not get home till late. May washed. I done a little mending and wrote to Father and Lissa

TUESDAY 28,

A cold rainy morning no rain much after dinner but cloudy. Making a print dress for Dora. did not get it done. put in some Sweet Peas. It seems of not much use to put in seeds The weather is so cold.

MAY, WEDNESDAY 29, 1867.

Day quite warm. finished Dora's dress. Irond in the afternoon. Got ready to go to Brantford. Dr Benham to tea. Mrs Bastido called in the evening.

THURSDAY 30,

Went to Brantford rained. Got home dry Very cold. and very tired.

MAY, FRIDAY 31, 1867.

This has been a lovely day. warm and bright. A real growing day. Have done up considerable mending & {friing} today. Mrs Bastedo & Maggie called. Have put in some seeds. Must try and finish tomorrow. Must go to bed. ? so sleepy

JUNE, SATURDAY 1,

A nice day. cut out clothing all the forenoon for the children. Vey tired went to Princeton in the afternoon. looked over my S.S. lesson. put in a few seeds bathed the children. so my weeks work is done.

JUNE, SUNDAY 2, 1867.

rain all the forenoon notwith standing a new quiet School. 52 present. little Mary Ann Roe died about 11 o'clock. Mr Nelms came down Jasper Dora and I went up. She looks vy pretty and quiet sleeping peacefully. Precious little Lamb. Attended prayer Meeting.

MONDAY 3,

Cloudy and some rain warm. I drove to Princeton early in the morning. lost my Shawl. Washing day. Sewed a little put in a few Celosia & Waitzia Grande flora seeds. Went to Teachers Meeting. rained going. 5 present. Good Meeting

JUNE, TUESDAY 4, 1867.

A very warm day. No rain to-day. have finished a little dress and sack for Clara. little Mary Ann Roe's funereal was today. All went but Newton Clara and I. Mrs. Lindsay too was buried today Mr Calder here to tea. Put in some seeds. Asters. Ravters Candy Tuft.

WEDNESDAY 5,

Very warm everything growing finely. finished putting in my seeds. Alonzo Mrs Wolverton and Miss Bogart here to dinner and Tea. have not sewed much today. Dora went to School

{Garibaldi was a red shirt, woman's fashion popularized in 1860.}

JUNE, THURSDAY 6, 1867.

Still warmer. real summr time. growing weather. have sewed prety steadly. Mr. Nelms to dinner.

FRIDAY 7,

Another lovely day very warm. Am very well to-day. Made an apron for Dora finished Mother's dress and a Garibaldi & skirt for Dora. All I expected to do. Gramma Goble died The 24th May, did not hear of it till today. Old and Young alike are passing away.

JUNE, SATURDAY 8, 1867.

A nice cool day. have been very busy as usual. made a little sacque for Dora. finished a pr of pantees for her fixed my hat looked over my S.S. Lesson and got ready for Sunday So ends this week. busy but not so weary as sound. My health is inproving

SUNDAY 9,

A lovely day. house crowded as Sabbath School. Mr. Cameron preached a most excellent sermon. "The worth of the Soul" Mr & Mrs Cameron and baby came home with us. baby sick

JUNE, MONDAY 10, 1867.

Another lovely morning but getting pretty warm. Mr Cameron and family took The train at 8 oclock going East. Mary and I washed not very tired I am truly thankful I am getting stronger. Braiding a pr of Pantees for Dora.

TUESDAY 11,

A lovely day. Went to Princeton after dinner. Mrs Landon came up with us. staid to tea Making a sack for Dora. not got as much done to-day as I calculated to do. so vy tired can hardly go

JUNE, WEDNESDAY 12, 1867.

Finished Dora's Sacque A refreshing rain began a dress for Dora

THURSDAY 13,

Sewing all day. Did not get the dress quite done Mrs Bastedo came down in the evening staid over night. Day vey fine. everything growing rapidly my seeds are coming up pretty well.

JUNE, FRIDAY 14, 1867

Pa Clara and I went to Woodstock lovely morning. day vy warm. went early took dinner at Hellen's made quite a visit there. came down to Mr Huggarts to tea. made another visit then. very pleasant day. got home about 8 o'clock.

SATURDAY 15,

Fine day. Some more rain finished several pieces of work. toothache in the evening.

JUNE, SUNDAY 16, 1867.

Very warm morning. Some toothache. Went to S.S. Good School 121 present. Went to Princeton S.S. in afternoon with Pa. called at Mr Landon's. took tea at Mr Golding's.

WEDNESDAY 17,

Fine day. Washing. Making a sacque for Dora. busy day Newton very sick towards night. Very warm.

JUNE, TUESDAY 18, 1867.

A cool pleasant day. Mary went home. Jenny came in the evening. finished Dora's Sacque and Ironed. Newton about the same. Mother has given up going West till he gets better. Miss May Huggart and Mr Golding called.

WEDNESDAY 19,

Another fine day. geting warmer. Made a pair of pants for Jasper. Vey tired. A Wandering Bard here tonight.

JUNE, THURSDAY 20, 1867.

A cool cloudy day. Made a shirt for Jasper Mrs Bastedo to tea. done some sewing on machine for her. Dr Benham and Dixon here. Have not felt very well today. am so worn out hurrying so much with the work felt better to-night.

FRIDAY 21,

Warmer. Cleaned the cellar and made a coat for Sammy. Lucy Landon to tea. Jasper went to Woodstock stopped at Mr Kipp's to practise music for the 1st July. Jenny went up.

JUNE, SATURDAY 22, 1867.

Very warm. baked all The forenoon. finished up some peices of sewing in the afternoon. Elder Patton came. So ends the weary week.

SUNDAY 23,

Very warm. Good S.S. Elder Patton preached Mr & Mrs Vandecar came home with us to dinner Some music in afternoon attended prayer meeting but few out. Many musquitoes and vey warm.

JUNE, MONDAY 24, 1867.

A very warm day Jenny and I washed very tired. Jasper and Jenny went to practise.

TUESDAY 25,

Another warm day Mother and Dora left for Toledo on the 11 oclock train. May they have a safe journey. ripped up my gingham dress. made the skirt

JUNE, WEDNESDAY 26, 1867.

A nice shower this forenoon. It is very dry no much rain. made the waist of my dress Mr Hull and family called off this train called to see Mrs Fawcett she has been vey sick Am so tired I hardly know how to move.

THURSDAY 27,

A little more rain to-day. Nice and cool to-night. finished my dress baked all this forenoon Mrs Ryder called. feet better to-night.

JUNE, FRIDAY 28, 1867.

A pleasant day. cool and nice. Dr Alfred Scott died this morning. Newton Clara & I went to Princeton called at Uncle Jame's. staid to tea.

SATURDAY 29,

Another fine day Do not feel very well tonight. Pa and Jasper gone to Dr Scott's funereal Am weary and must retire. Good night.

JUNE, SUNDAY 30, 1867.

A very warm day. Attended S.S. three new Scholars in my Class. Staid to hear Mr Sherk preach. Clara very restless. Jasper met with The children in afternoon to sing I did not go up. Not very well. Very few at Prayer Meeting

JULY, MONDAY, 1

Still very warm. Washed in the morning. very sick went to bed before dinner Jasper and Jennie went to Princeton. I felt very sick all afternoon & civery.

JULY, TUESDAY 2, 1867.

Sick in bed most of the day. Mr & Mrs Dr Davidson called and staid to tea.

WEDNESDAY 3,

Still sick all day Mrs McIntyre here in afternoon have not been able to do anything. Very warm weather.

JULY, THURSDAY 4, 1867.

Sick. Mrs McIntyre helped Jenny iron. Thi is vey kind.

FRIDAY 5,

I am better to-day. Weather much cooler. Mrs Bastido's School Exam {ination}. Not able to go

JULY, SATURDAY 6, 1867.

O what a refreshing rain. How the Thirsty earth rejoices. Every thing began to look so parched. I dont feel as well this morning as I expected to Shall be better after a while and then I must do some baking for Sunday Lottie and Mary came.

SUNDAY 7,

A lovely day cool and no dust. Very full School Mr & Mrs Landon present after which Mr. L. preached Lottie went home. Mr & Mrs Landon to dinner Mary a great help. Very few at Prayer Meeting

JULY, MONDAY 8, 1867.

Another nice cool day Mary staid to help to-day. Washing done and cheese room cleaned out. Wrote to Mother, Dora, and Newton Mary went home after tea. have felt vey unwell to-day. How frail is human life

TUESDAY 9,

Rained last night and some this morning. very busy all the forenoon went to Woodstock in afternoon. Had two teeth extracted. feel better for the ride.

JULY, WEDNESDAY 10, 1867.

Very busy all day baking and ironing transplanted some plants feel rather better to-day. cloudy and some rain

THURSDAY 11,

Nice cool weather a little shower in afternoon Pa and Jenny went to Princeton to a S.S. Celebration

JULY, FRIDAY 12, 1867.

Jenny came home this morning. quite cool a fire very comfortable Jenny and I went for Raspberries in afternoon got about 5 qts nise ones feel better for being out

SATURDAY 13,

A cool fine day. Have felt pretty well. A letter from Granma and Dora they are enjoying themselves drove to Princeton this Evening. got some bread. Clara not well tonight

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JULY, SUNDAY 14, 1867.

A nice day Interesting Sunday School. Did not stay to the preaching went to sing in afternoon Good prayer meeting

MONDAY 15,

Jenny and I washed rained in afternoon refreshing shower. it was much needed. wrote to Mother.

JULY, TUESDAY 16, 1867.

Such a delightful fresh morning after the rain

WEDNESDAY 17,

Warmer to-day. Pa went fishing. Jenny and I went for berries. got enough to put up one can. Mother came home Dora staid till Emma comes next month. Feel disapointed in not seeing her. Mr & Mrs Westover to tea. Feel vey tired

JULY, THURSDAY 18, 1867.

Warm. Jenny went to spend the day with Lottie I feel better to-day picked green peas

FRIDAY 19,

A cool cloudy morning Jenny & I picked berries in afternoon. Newton went with us.

JULY, SATURDAY 20, 1867.

Cleaned The parlour and put down the Carpet. Newton is going to sleep up-stairs. Jenny went home. Elder Patton came.

SUNDAY 21,

A very warm day. Jasper, Pa, Mr Nelms and Somers Kipp went to Brantford Newton took Elder Patton home The Brethern have a Quarterly Meeting so Elder Patton's appointment is given up I staid home all day

JULY, MONDAY 22, 1867.

A heavy rain in afternoon. Mrs Wolverton and Alonzo came over Alonzo went home after tea.

TUESDAY 23,

Mrs Wolverton went to Hamilton. Jasper Clara and I went to Elder Patton's for Cherries. Had a pleasant day. Got a fine lot of fruit. Cherries Currants and Gooseberries Vey tired when we got home

JULY, WEDNESDAY 24, 1867.

O such a busy day. putting up fruit. Canning presering and drying finished the parlour vy tired. Mrs Bastedo called this evening.

THURSDAY 25,

Rainy all day. Pa and Ma went to Mr Radford's

JULY, FRIDAY 26, 1867.

Cleaning all the forenoon Mrs Wolverton came on the 11 oclock train. Newton came over for her. both here to dinner & tea. Vey warm.

Jasper and I called at Mr Kipp's in the Evening.

SATURDAY 27,

A very busy day. cleaning baking &c. Made a pr of pants for Sam. A very busy weary week.

JULY, SUNDAY 28, 1867.

Sweet day of rest. Good Sunday School. Did not stay to preaching. Jasper went home with Mr Nelms. A nice long afternoon for reading.

MONDAY 29,

A nice cool day. Made a pr of pants for Jasper and put up some Raspberries.

JULY, TUESDAY 30, 1867.

Jasper & Mother went to Brantford. Mrs McIntyre washed for us. I helped her some is vey tired at night I could not sleep

WEDNESDAY 31,

Weather vey pleasant. Mr Perry Over to Tea. Jasper away tonight attending a Political Meeting at Princeton. I must retire.

AUGUST, THURSDAY 1, 1867.

Weather fine. Louisa Parmer came to help us. Canned some peas. Mrs McIntyre helped me iron. A little rain in the Evening.

FRIDAY 2,

Weather cool. Very busy all the forenoon. cleaning baking &c. Newton & I went to Mr Vandecar's in afternoon for Cherries. got a pailful of nice ones. pleasant ride and visit. Expected Emma and Dora tonight. They did not come. It is late. "Go to bed sleepy head."

AUGUST, SATURDAY 3, 1867.

Warm. finished my mending Disapointed Emma has not come

SUNDAY 4,

Weather vey warm and vey dusty. No preaching Mr Landon sick and could not come. Did not feel we had as good a S. S. as usual. Solon Eakin's and his wife called in the evening.

AUGUST, MONDAY 5, 1867.

Weather extremely hot Mr & Mrs Henderson to dinner.

Went to Teacher's Meeting in evening.

TUESDAY 6,

Very warm. Washed got along very well with it. Mr White and Mr Campbell to stay over night.

retired early Emma has not come yet

AUGUST, WEDNESDAY 7, 1867.

Very warm. A letter from George. Emma is sick. will perhaps come next week. I am getting very anxious to get Dora home this hot weather. I am so fearful she may get sick there. Clara is very well and so very good and happy

THURSDAY 8,

Xtremely hot weather. drove down to Mr Burns this morning. Newton Clara and I. called at Mr Miller's & Muirs. making a sacque to-day for myself. too warm to work.

AUGUST, FRIDAY 9, 1867.

A lovely morning. cool delightful air. Sewing all day. made Newton a pr of Pants. Very warm in afternoon. Very tired.

SATURDAY 10,

A nice morning. Cleaning in the morning. Hellen Sco{t}t and Mrs Maria Bastido came down from Woodstock stopped to dinner. had a pleasant visit.

AUGUST, SUNDAY 11, 1867.

A pleasant Sabbath day went to S.S. lesson 2 chapter Genesis. Jasper took Mr & Mrs McIntyre over to the Sprague Settlement to Meeting in the afternoon I read a while with Mrs McIntyre's children while Clara slept. Such a dear quiet day. no Prayer Meeting

MONDAY 12,

Very warm went for berries gone nearly all day got 8 qts. Nellie Dora and Charley came from Toledo. Dora is very thin and Charly is not well. Emma not able to come. {Dora writing} very {m?} day {Fc}onse home but it was very dusty nellie come home with me and brought Charlie.

AUGUST, TUESDAY 13, 1867.

Washing day. Vey warm and got very tired. Clara is delighted to have Dora home again. Charley's birthday.

WEDNESDAY 14,

Weather a little cooler. making a vest for Newton Dr Henry Scott and lady called had a nice little visit with them. A lot of company to tea. 6 Kipp's only. had a pleasant visit and some good music

AUGUST, THURSDAY 15, 1867.

Warm & pleasant only so very dry. no rain finished Newton's vest Ironed. Lucy & Jenny to tea.

FRIDAY 16,

Nellie and I went to Woodstock. called at Mr Huggart's. Got home half past two took Clara with us. Saw Dr Fyfe Thinks he can preach for us in two weeks. Made Mother a bonnet after I came home.

AUGUST, SATURDAY 17, 1867.

A very busy day. made a bonnet for myself. finished my sack and done several little "odds & ends". Elder Patton came.

SUNDAY 18,

Very warm and terrible dusty. No rain for four weeks. I came home from Sunday School and brought the children. Lottie Miss Holt and Mr Redpath to dinner. Very windy. fires in woods dangerous. Attended Prayer Meeting

AUGUST, MONDAY 19, 1867.

A nice cool day. only so dry. everything seems drying up. Washed. Mrs Bastido and Mrs Kitchen to tea.

TUESDAY 20,

Made a dress for Clara. Jasper and Nellie went to Uncle Jame's in the Evening.

AUGUST, WEDNESDAY 21, 1867.

Weather cool. No rain Ironed all the forenoon went up to Mr Kipp's to tea. Jasper, Nellie and I. I do not enjoy these evening visits much. get too tired.

THURSDAY 22,

Went to Wolverton Jasper, Newton, Nellie myself and the children had a vey pleasant day. Alonzo, Dora, and I took tea with Aunt Eliza got home half past 8 Vey tired. A letter from father.

AUGUST, FRIDAY 23, 1867.

Day warm. A little shower in The evening The Huggarts came down in the Evening. David, Lizzie, Sarah, and Jenny Had a pleasant visit Clara not very well.

SATURDAY 24,

George and Emma came on the Morning train. very unexpectidly. Charley quite delighted to see his Pa and Ma Nellie and Dora went to Mrs Landon's to tea.

AUGUST, SUNDAY 25, 1867.

Quite cool in the morning but warm during the day All except Mother. Large School 125 present. Nellie and Pa staid to preaching Mary here. Lottie to dinner. Jasper went to sing with the children. Solon Eakins to tea. I did not go to Prayer Meeting.

MONDAY 26,

Went to the Pine Pond for a day's amusement fishing picking berries &c. George, Emm Nellie Pa, Jasper, Dora Charly and myself. Our enjoyment was suddenly stoppe{d} after dinner by fire in the woods started home had to pass through fire and smoke {illegible} several plans till we were nearly suffocated. thankful to escape

AUGUST, TUESDAY 27, 1867.

Washing day. Very warm Very tired at night.

WEDNESDAY 28,

Weather pleasant. A fine rain last night and this morning. cleared up before noon. George left on the 11 train. Ironed and baked for the Picnic tomorrow. felt ill during this forenoon. better to-night

AUGUST, THURSDAY 29, 1867.

O such a time to-day. A fine Morning. but just as we had got nicely commenced with the exercises at Picnic it began to rain. Such a rush to the Chapel. A great many people present. A number from a distance. Lunched in Chapel and School House, and got on just as well as we could.

FRIDAY 30,

A pleasant day. pretty cool. Nellie left for Toledo. Mending, cleaning &c

Jasper attending a Political Meeting to-night.

AUGUST, SATURDAY 31, 1867.

Cleaned my room fixed Clara's sacque rained all afternoon children very troublesome Mr Wells came A dull tiresome day

SEPTEMBER, SUNDAY 1,

Very dull and cloudy but no rain. Only two of my class present during School lesson Enoch's translation tried to tell them something about faith. May God give them living Faith. Mr Wells preached. Not many out.

SEPTEMBER, MONDAY 2, 1867.

A nice cool day. Washing day.

TUESDAY 3,

Not well. Mother and Emma spent the day at Aunt Maria's. Came home in the rain rained all Evening Wrote to Lissa

SEPTEMBER, WEDNESDAY 4, 1867.

A nice day. warmer since the rain. Ironed all the forenoon. sewed in the afternoon. Jasper went to Canning to Mill The children less trouble to-day than usually thy are. I feel very well to-day.

THURSDAY 5,

Pa, Ma, Jasper and Emma went to Brantford. Day very warm. I was busy all day sewing, mending and fixing up the children's clothes. children vey good. Very tired at night.

SEPTEMBER, FRIDAY 6, 1867

A little cooler. cut out a black dress for myself got on well with it to-day

SATURDAY 7,

Weather cooler. pleasant. finished my dress. Very tired indeed sewing so steady shall have to alter it some looked over my S.S. lesson So ends another week. How fast the days pass away May we be prepared for The last

SEPTEMBER, SUNDAY 8, 1867.

A most lovely day. So warm, bright and balmy. Vey good S.S. 6 of my class present. I feel very much interested in those boys. lesson 6 chapter Genesis Great wickedness prevailed Character of Noah.

MONDAY 9,

Damp in the morning bright and clear before noon. rain in afternoon Washing day.

Went to Teacher's Meeting. Only 6 present no buisiness done. Raining a little. home at 8 1/2

SEPTEMBER, TUESDAY 10, 1867.

Cleared up a beautiful day. Mother and Emma went to Beachville. Have been very busy cleaned up the cellar in the forenoon. / fixed my black dress and ironed some in afternoon.

WEDNESDAY 11,

A very fine day busy all day ironing and cleaning Mother and Emma came home

SEPTEMBER, THURSDAY 12, 1867.

A lovely day. Emma and I drove to Princeton called at Mrs Landon's took both of the children cut out a vest and got it pretty well along in the afternoon.

Mrs Bastedo and Miss Kitchen to tea.

FRIDAY 13,

Emma Charly and I spent the day at Mr Huggart's Pa and Newton went to Woodstock came to Mr Huggarts to dinner. rained so we could not leave till 4 o'clock nice and clear coming home

SEPTEMBER, SATURDAY 14, 1867.

Finished the vest this morning. drove up after Aunt & Lottie after dinner for Covenant Meeting. Had a good meeting. 12 present May it be an earnest of many more such. Elder Patton here. Very cold.

SUNDAY 15,

A fine day. Large S.S.{2} Eleven of my class present one new Scholar George Palmer. God grant he may be benefitted. Elder Patton preached. quite a number out.

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SEPTEMBER, MONDAY 16, 1867.

Rained most of the forenoon. Washing day. cut out my print dress attended Teacher's Meeting Jasper and Somers Kipp appointed as delegates to attend the Convention. Quite a number out. A lovely moonlight night.

TUESDAY 17,

A lovely Morning. Mrs Landon, Uncle & Aunt Eakins spent the day. Very warm. heat oppressive have not felt it warmer all Summer.

SEPTEMBER, WEDNESDAY 18, 1867.

Another very warm day. Putting up fruit. Canned Plumbs & Siberians. made Siberian Marmalade and Tomato Catsup. Very tired cannot seem to get rested sewed a little.

THURSDAY 19,

Still very warm. Emma and I went to Woodstock. started early. pleasant going up but very warm coming home Mr & Mrs Bigger here to-day sewed a little in this evening called on Mr & Mrs Cameron

SEPTEMBER, FRIDAY 20, 1867.

Cooler to-day. Pickeled onions and Cauliflower to-day Vey tired again Mr Latchaw to tea and stay over night. a pleasant old Batchulor

SATURDAY 21,

A very pleasant day Pa and Ma went to Townsend. Mr Latchaw went away. Emma made Plum Marmalade A busy day. got very tired.

SEPTEMBER, SUNDAY 22, 1867.

A beautiful day. full S.S. 12 in my class. feel discouraged mere triffles will draw their attention away from the lesson. The Summer is passed and I see no one benefitted. I have tried to be faithful. O Lord teach them by thy Spirit.

MONDAY 23,

Quite cool; but very pleasant have been busy about the house. Mary washed. feel so tired. I am not very strong.

SEPTEMBER, TUESDAY 24, 1867.

A fine day. pretty warm finished my print dress Ironed.

WEDNESDAY 25,

Another fine day. Pa & Ma came home. Emma and Charley went away on the 11 o'clock train train very late. Have had a very pleasant visit with Emma.

Fixed a hat for Mary.

SEPTEMBER, THUR DAY 26, 1867.

Drumbo Fair. A great many people; lots of stock plenty of dust and very warm. we all went but Gramma and Sam. Got very tired and a good deal sun burnt. Got first prize on Tatting. Saw Newty; and a good many old acquaintances. Got home about dark

FRIDAY 27,

Feel this morning as though I had been to Drumbo Fair yesterday.

SEPTEMBER, SATURDAY 28, 1867.

Went to a Camp Meeting in Burford. Granpa, Dora, and I. A most lovely day. fine roads. and a beautiful place where we met. took dinner at Mr McIntosh's an old friend of Granpa's. Saw Mrs Bastedo got home half past seven Mr Cameron here.

SUNDAY 29,

Cloudy and cold. Went to S.S. 6 of my class present not so much interest as usual Mr Cameron preached good sermon.

Good prayer meeting at night. Mr Redpath here.

SEPTEMBER, MONDAY 30, 1867.

A pleasant day. cool but bright. have taken up all the carpets upstairs cleaned and got Them down again. a fine day's work. Mr Redpath staid till after dinner. Wrote to father. Have felt very well to-day. Must retire.

OCTOBER, TUESDAY 1,

Pa and I went to Brantford. Day very pleasant and roads as fine as can be. Not very tired. I am getting used to going.

OCTOBER, WEDNESDAY 2, 1867.

Rainy all the forenoon cleared up about noon. washed. Made up Qr Accounts for Post office Am very tired tonight.

THURSDAY 3,

Granpa and Dora went to Waterford. started early. Sewing all day very tired. Making a large cloth Sacque for Mother. Weather fine

OCTOBER, FRIDAY 4, 1867.

Sewing all day. Finished the Sacque and made a skirt for myself. have done two good day's sewing. Grampa and Dora came home. Beautiful weather.

SATURDAY 5,

Weather chilly & cloudy took up some plants put some upstairs. done some cleaning, and some mending. Late when I got through very tired

OCTOBER, SUNDAY 6, 1867.

Cold but bright. S.S. pretty full. 7 of my class present. lesson building of Tower of Babel and confusion of tongues. not as much interested in the lesson as I would like to have been. No Meeting a long afternoon for reading.

MONDAY 7,

A beautiful morning so bright and clear. but cold. have decided to go to Toronto tomorrow to attend the S.S. Convention.

busy mending, doing housework and choring about generally. Jasper gathering apples.

OCTOBER, TUESDAY 8, 1867.

A fine day. Jasper & I went to Toronto. train two hours behind time. Got in Toronto about {?}3 o'clock P.M. went to Knox's Church and then to Mr. Sudborough's I spent the rest of the afternoon there and Jasper came to Tea attended the Evening Meeting. (Good) and then went to our boarding House on Richmond Street.

WEDNESDAY 9,

Spent an hour going about the City. Attended both morning and Afternoon Sessions of the Convention went again in the evening but felt so tired and unwell Jasper came with me to our "home" I went to bed and he went back.

OCTOBER, THURSDAY 10, 1867.

Out in the Morning looking over Sabbath School Libraries. Attended the Morning Session. went to Bond Street Church in the afternoon A great many children present not withstanding the rain. Called on Mrs Parson's. Attended the Farewell Meeting of the Convention in the Eveig. Vey enthusiastic, Great Meeting.

FRIDAY 11,

Got up early took the train at 6:50 came home. Heman came with me. cleared up nicely. Jasper waited till a noon train. Am glad to be at home again with the children. Pa and Ma have been to the Burford Fair to-day. All are in bed and I must to too. Good Night.

OCTOBER, SATURDAY 12, 1867.

Cloudy and a little rain towards night. feel as if I ought to do about a week's work to-day. fixed Dora's winter saque and doned some mending. Elder Patton came at 11 oclock. Good Covenant Meeting 12 present Mr McIntyre received by letter.

SUNDAY 13,

Cloudy but no rain full S.S. 8 of my Class present. did not feel satisfied with the lesson. Elder Patton preached text "The Rock that is higher than we" a Good many out. Communion. 13 present. felt tired in afternoon and evening. Pa sick.

OCTOBER, MONDAY 14, 1867.

A bright beautiful morning not very cold. Elder Patton went home. Wrote to Emma. Sewing to-day Made a cap and cape for Dora. Attended Teacher's Meeting. home 10 o'clock.

TUESDAY 15,

Very warm today. lovely weather. What a marvel of glory is an October forest

Washing day. Sewing towards evening. fixed a winter dress for Clara and cut out a dress for Mary. Am very tired and quite worried out.

OCTOBER, WEDNESDAY 16, 1867.

Do not feel very well this morning: Have taken cold weather dull and chilly Sewing all day on Marys dress nearly finished it

THURSDAY 17,

Another lovely day as warm as Summertime Mother Clara and I went out in the forenoon Collecting Missionary money. Got Mrs Ryder to promise to collect on her road. Made two calls home before 12. finished Mary's dress in afternoon & fixed one for myself.

OCTOBER, FRIDAY 18, 1867.

Still such delightful weather. quilted a skirt and made it. done a little mending. fell so very tired all day to-day.

SATURDAY 19,

Very warm to-day. More like August than Oct. "The weary week is ended" Have worked very hard This week. done up a good deal sewing. Have been busy at odd jobs to-day. Pa and Newton went to Woodstock Must look over my lesson a little whiles and then retire.

OCTOBER, SUNDAY 20, 1867.

Very foggy in The morning good attendance at S.S. lesson 13 chapter Genesis May God bless the reading of the "Word". Very warm just like Summer time. read some and rested more tis good to have one day in Seven to rest from Labour

MONDAY 21,

Still this lovely warm weather continues. a little rain in The evening. Pa and Ma away all day I made pants for Sam and done up some mending vey tired when night comes Jasper digging potatoes.

OCTOBER, TUESDAY 22, 1867.

Cooler but very pleasant. Washing day. Sewed till 11 'oclock. not so tired as usual. Dora came home at noon to pick up potatoes for her Pa. "Commercial Bank" failed.

WEDNESDAY 23,

Much cooler but bright & clear. Ironing - day. fixing winter caps for the children. Pa went to Woodstock Must go to bed.

OCTOBER, THURSDAY 24, 1867.

Weather fine but cool hard frosts at night. very dry. roads dusty. a beautiful fall. Mary went home. we must do without her for a few weeks. done some mending and cut out four shirts for Jasper. Went to a Social in the evening. pretty cold. met the Huggarts and some other friends. 11 o'clock when we got home.

FRIDAY 25,

A little warmer. so bright and clear. Cleaning all the forenoon. called on Mrs Beamer a little while in afternoon. We get on very well doing our own work retired early. so tired and sleepy.

OCTOBER, SATURDAY 26, 1867.

Weather fine. fixed a pr of pantees for Clara baked in the afternoon Mr Ross came on the cars in Mr Cameron's place.

SUNDAY 27,

A fine day. full S.S. did not feel satisfied with my lesson. not enough of Jesus in it. O it needed the Baptism of the Holy Spirit Mr Ross gave us a good Sermon subject. "Look to Jesus" Good prayer Meeting at night.

OCTOBER, MONDAY 28, 1867.

rather cloudy and cold washed alone very tired.

TUESDAY 29,

A fine day. Thrashing The men to dinner and supper got along very nicely with our work. not very tired.

OCTOBER, WEDNESDAY 30, 1867.

A lovely day. Mother and Newton out in the forenoon. {Tyellah} Redpath came home with them. I went out collecting Missionary money in afternoon done very well. We went up to John Scotts in the evening. Pa went fishing

THURSDAY 31,

fine in the morning but cloudy and cold the rest of the day. Jasper away making cider. Mother and I called at Uncle Eakin's and Mrs Landon's so vey tired at at night

NOVEMBER, FRIDAY 1, 1867.

Cold and very windy liken Fall. Made a bed for Tulips. boiling cider. finished a shirt for Jasper. cleaned the kitchen in the evening

SATURDAY 2,

A fine day. only very windy busy all day washing ironing, cleaning and mending I am glad tomorrow is a day of rest.

NOVEMBER, SUNDAY 3, 1867.

Rainy all day and evening. we need rain very much. S.S. not quite as full as usual but very good. lesson 15 Genesis. subject of my lesson "Justification by faith" 6 of my Class present. all vey attentive. May God in His love bless them all.

MONDAY 4,

Snowed today. first of the season. soon melted away. Washing day. began a shirt for Jasper went to "Teacher's Meeting" beautiful moon light night 7 present decided to have a new Library as soon as it can be got.

NOVEMBER, TUESDAY 5, 1867.

bright in the morning but cold & cloudy at times churned and baked a hard day's work. Sat with Mrs McIntyre a while in the afternoon. Uncle John, Jane, Jake, and Mr Woodly came towards night.

WEDNESDAY 6,

Cold but not stormy Uncle John and Mr Woodley left for Detroit Pa and Jake went to Woodstock Dora and Jane to School. finished Jaspers shirt and done some mending. Dora and Jane stopped at Mr Beamer's to tea Jake and Sam went for Them.

NOVEMBER, THURSDAY 7, 1867.

Day very fine. Jake and Janey went home. Jasper killed pigs. a busy day for us. Mrs Bastedo and Gussie Hull to tea and stay over night.

FRIDAY 8,

A lovely day. such delightful weather for this time of year. Ironed in the forenoon fixed Dora's dress skirt in afternoon. baked. churned and generally vey busy in The evening

NOVEMBER, SATURDAY 9, 1867.

Another busy day. baked cleaned the lamps. &c went to Covenant Meeting in afternoon Good Meeting Mrs Ryder, Mr Ryder and Miss Kennedy to tea done some mending cleaned the kitchen in evening. Had a long talk with Sam. He seems vey serious and quite broken down in his sinful ways seems determined to try and live a different life.

SUNDAY 10,

A beautiful day. Good Sabbath School. my class vey attentive. cannot help but think some of them are anxious to be benefitted May the Spirit wash Them Elder Patton preached at the Chapel in the evening I staid with the children. beautiful moon light night

NOVEMBER, MONDAY 11, 1867.

Elder Patton went home Pa and Ma went to Brantford. busy making head Cheese. Mr Clark called. Very tired at night

TUESDAY 12,

Snowed a little last night very cold to-day. Mrs Bastedo and her School went to Woodstock to get pictures taken. Newton went with one of the teams. late when they got home all vey cold. Churned and otherwise vey busy to-day.

NOVEMBER, WEDNESDAY 13, 1867.

Another day is past & gone. Felt ill this forenoon but have washed this afternoon and cleaned the kitchen this evening not so cold as yesterday but freezing tonight Murray Biggar to tea. All are in bed but me and I must hasten there too.

THURSDAY 14,

Day very cold. Made a shirt for Sammy Went to James Kipp's in the evening to tea. Vey cold.

NOVEMBER, FRIDAY 15, 1867.

Ironed all the forenoon sewed in the afternoon

SATURDAY 16,

finished another shirt for Sammy and done some mending fell vey tired and not well today The weary week is ended.

NOVEMBER, SUNDAY 17, 1867.

Very cold when we went to Sunday School. Good School. I came home after School. A quiet afternoon & Evening No Prayer Meeting

MONDAY 18,

Cold and cloudy Made a shirt for Jasper. Churned. Ma and Newton made the Sour Krout. So vey tired in the evening could not even knit. Jasper went up to Edwin Lewis.

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NOVEMBER, TUESDAY 19, 1867.

A nice bright Morning not quite so cold. Mary came. Made a shirt for Jasper. not very well. Mr Clark to tea and stay over night. Ma, Pa, Jasper and Newton went to hear him sing in the evening

WEDNESDAY 20,

A beautiful day. much warmer and bright all day. Mr Clark sang some for us this morning he went away before dinner Mary washed I pickeled some onions and sewed this afternoon & Evening feel vey well tonight

NOVEMBER, THURSDAY 21, 1867.

Sewed all day Very nervous and tired {at} night. Warm.

FRIDAY 22,

Sewed today. done some mending and made a pr of pantees for Dora. not so tired as usual. Weather warm and damp.

NOVEMBER, SATURDAY 23, 1867.

A real Indian Summer day. Vey foggy but warm Ironed in the forenoon Went collecting Missionary Money in afternoon got nearly $1. Am very tired. My birth-day I am 31. "Thus far the Lord has led me on".

SUNDAY 24,

Rained in the morning notwithstanding a very good Sabbath {al?t} up for Meeting an excellent sermon from a Student Mr More. rained in afternoon & evening. Prayer Meeting in the dining room A number out Mr Ryder's came

NOVEMBER, MONDAY 25, 1867.

Rainy all day. rains tonight. quite warm. The rain is very much needed. Jasper's birth-day. he is 32. I felt quite ill this forenoon have spun enough yarn for Dora a pr of stockings this afternoon & evening. must go to bed.

TUESDAY 26,

Feel very well today done some mending cut out pants for Newton and Sam and vest for Jasper.

NOVEMBER, WEDNESDAY 27, 1867.

Weather warm and rainy. Made Newton's Pants. Clara sick. very tired.

THURSDAY 28,

Weather still warm and damp. Made a vest for Jasper. Mrs Bastedo and Mrs McIntyre here in the evenng. Covering the new Sunday School books. Clara better today.

NOVEMBER, FRIDAY 29, 1867.

Still soft and rainy made a vest for Jasper am very tired sewing such heavy cloth.

SATURDAY 30,

A real wintery day. cold snow and wind. The first day of winter we have had. made a pr of Pants for Sam. Am so glad to get through with this heavy sewing. very tired. The weary week is ended

DECEMBER, SUNDAY 1, 1867.

Very cold to-day. A nice full School 4 of my class present. Lesson the Destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah. Staid to hear Mr Moshier Mr & Mrs Ryder came home with us to dinnur to be at Prayer Meeting at 3 o'clock. good full Meeting. Spent the Evening in reading.

MONDAY 2,

A very pleasant Winter's day Washed some and mended some and went to Teacher's Meeting in the Evening. 7 Teachers present A pleasant Social Evening.

DECEMBER, TUESDAY 3, 1867.

Day pleasant but pretty cold. Mr Ellison & son to dinner and tea Quilted a skirt for Dora had some music in the evening.

WEDNESDAY 4,

Made Dora's skirt and cut out a heavy School Sack for her.

DECEMBER, THURSDAY 5, 1867.

Made Dora's Sacque it fits well and will be vey warm. Pa and Ma went to the funereal a poor idiot boy who was killed on the R.R.

FRIDAY 6,

Not vey cold during the day. but a great wind and cold in the evening Jasper and I spent the Evening at Wm Kipp's. an uncomfortable rich home. Finished spining to-day began Clara's dress.

DECEMBEB, SATURDAY 7, 1867.

Vey cold and exceedingly stormy before night. Gussie here. Elder Patton came. went to Covenant Meeting. snow & wind in plenty. finished Clara's dress. fixed my Merino my bonnet, and made Clara a pr of red flannl pantees after I came home a busy day indeed.

SUNDAY 8,

Very cold. Not so many as usual at School A vey cold strong wind Dora not well. Elder Patton preached. I read for the children in the afternoon and did not go to Prayer Meeting.

DECEMBER, MONDAY 9, 1867.

Pretty cold. Washing day done some mending and lined Mary's sacque Mr & Mrs Parson's spent the evening with us. Pleasant people. Clara was almost crazy about the baby.

TUESDAY 10,

Day fine. Mary went home in the afternoon to stay a week.

DECEMBER, WEDNESDAY 11, 1867.

Weather moderate and pleasant. made a flannl for Dora.

THURSDAY 12,

Such a change in the weather. so very, vey, cold to-day can hardly keep fire enough to be comfortable making of flannels for Dora She is staying from School this week is not very well. cleaned the stove for my room and had it put up.

DECEMBER, FRIDAY 13, 1867.

Very cold. began an apron for Dora twisted some yarn. do not get much sewing done now Mary is away. Wrote to Lissa

SATURDAY 14,

Still very cold. finished twisting the yarn. Very tired

DECEMBER, SUNDAY 15, 1867.

Weather more moderate went to S.S. with the large sleigh. Good School my class full. Mr Ploughman preached. Mr Parson's came home with us to dinner & staid till after Prayer Meeting.

MONDAY 16,

A very pleasant day not vey cold. bright and clear. Made an apron for Dora. Herkimer here in the Evenig to practise music for the School Exhibition

DECEMBER TUESDAY 17, 1867.

Not very cold but misty and chilly all day Went to Woodstock. Pa Jasper Dora and I went with the sleigh had a comfortable ride. took dinner at Mrs Cameron's.

WEDNESDAY 18,.

A pleasant day but growing colder. Pa and Ma went out in the afternoon. Martha and William Bigger came they had been attending Murray's Wedding he was married This Morning. they staid to tea. Jessie McKay came home with Dora

DECEMBER, THURSDAY 19, 1867.

A bright morning but very cold. Washed a little and cleaned a little sewed some. Mary came in the afternoon.

FRIDAY 20,

A damp chilly day fixed my Wincey dress and began a dress for Dora. The Miller boys out in the evening to practise. Jessie here all night.

DECEMBER, SATURDAY 21, 1867.

Finished Dora's dress all but trimming. Cold and stormy. rain in the evening. Mr & Mrs Cameron came down with Newton from Woodstock

SUNDAY 22,

Sleighing nearly gone pretty good School. Lesson The Trial of Abraham's faith Pa sick. Mr Cameron addressed the School and preached after. He also preached a short sermon in the afternoon instead of Prayer Meeting

DECEMBER, MONDAY 23, 1867.

Very cold and stormy all day. Mr & Mrs. C. went away. Ma & Jasper attended Mrs Bastedo's School Examination in the afternoon. Lissa and Heman came. Finished Dora's dress. A very busy day.

TUESDAY 24,

Warmer to-day. Lissa & Heman went away after dinner. We all attended a Day School Social at the Cooley Pond School House took the Melodeon and made music for them Did not enjoy the evening vey much. home at ten

DECEMBER, WEDNESDAY 25, 1867.

Christmas day. at home quietly all day. expected Company to dinner at 5 oclock got our dinner ready but our Company did not come. Rained hard all the evening. Mrs McIntyre & children came in the evening the children had a play.

THURSDAY 26,

A most lovely day. bright, and clear as a bell made me feel vey cheerful have been sewing some and ironed some Clara not well. Dr Benham called in the evening and left some medicine for both of them Jasper up to D. Beamer's in the evening.

DECEMBER, FRIDAY 27, 1867.

Rainy Morning. The rain will be a real god send to many water is so scarce people have to draw for miles in some places

Making a night dress for myself. Clara not well and quite fretful.

SATURDAY 28,

Cold. Finished my night dress and some odd jobs

DECEMBER, SUNDAY 29, 1867.

Very cold indeed. went to S.S. with the waggon. 69 present {4} of my class present a good School. Prayer Meeting in the dining room in the evening. a good quiet little Meeting had a talk with Sammy in the evening about seeking a new heart he seems seriously inclined.

MONDAY 30,

Still very cold. Lissa and Heman came Lissa staid and went to Ingersol on the cars. began a pr of mittens for Sammy.

DECEMBER, TUESDAY 31, 1867.

Not so cold very bright and pleasant. finished Sammy's Mittens. New Years Eve.

Jasper hurt his eye today. The last day of the old year. Farewell to 1867 and Farewell to this Journal. May this next year record more good deeds and more groth in grace.

MEMORANDA

"Your own comfort as a Christian must droop and die, your hopes become faint and darkened. your faith weak and unproductive, and your love to the souls of men will wax cold indeed unless you keep your heart warm at the Throne of grace."

S. S. Convention. Toronto Oct 9th 1867 Secretary's Report. progress of Sunday School instruction in the world. France, England, U.S. 10000 Conversions in Ohio 1236 Schools reported in Canada.

Mr Muir. Montreal Why is not this Canada S.S. Union noticed in the report."

MEMORANDA

discussions for, & against missionary work being connected with this Association.

"Rest for the weary" Singing Lesson. Pro Seger

Report Prize essay committee. First Prize Rev Mr Urich 2nd

"Shall we gather at the River"

Reports of County Delegates Afternoon Report of the missionary Mr Well's gave a lesson on black board. 1 Hour. Professor Seger gave a singging lesson. 1/2 hour. "There are no tears in Heaven" Dr Ormiston on Question 11. "The Aim of S.S. Teaching

MEMORANDA

Not teach to read Not made the S.S. a Singng. S. The great aim. commission who should Teach. Only Christians. What to teach. God's Word Discussion Mr Coke. Bring the little children to Christ just now Never teach a lesson without Christ in it

(Elm St. M. C. Ormiston Wells) (Richmond St. M. C. Welles) (Bond St. Langfort.. Wells.)

Thursday Morning Business Committee Reports &c till 10 1/4. Mr Wells Model Teacher's class. Cultivate a real missionary spirit among the children.

MEMORANDA

Hadkins. Toronto. Bible references. Paxton. - Dont preach. to your class.

Denton. London - best Comntry on Pentatench. Pauls letters. Rev D Waters. St Marys. - Be thorough. Miss McPherson, London. England A lady.- Close with Jesus much upon our {knees}.

Hon Flint - Get the confidence of your class. look to your class for help.

Teachers Meetings Rev A. Taylor. The most genial person any you to conduct T.M.

MEMORANDA.

furnish the whole Bible 17 1st {Samuel.} when when what who what why - " " when, where, who, what, why, 1063 BC.) s o'cks) Da{rd) Golyh) Saml) Sryle.C. Dai{d}) {not is sg}) (Phl 4.3


Mr W. J. McCalla. - The teacher in his Class - Heart preparation all necessy at a throne of grace. Be punctual. Meet class pleasaly win their love. - A distinct aim. - let that be to {wed} them to Christ. Perfect order - Dont do all the talkig yourself Pointed application. dont learn it will the last.

MEMORANDA.

What is the practical thought for {one} harts in the lesson? O have christ in it. a loving, living Saviour.

Illustration. - follow your teaching up during the week - Get them to come to your home. - Class pryr Metigs Watch for souls - all the time. Faith in God. Expect results now. - Discussion. Kufer, Brantford. - Christ in the lesson. Labour for the {mun}drate conversion of your children

MEMORANDA.

Mcguin, Glen allan. Christ first in our own hearts. Paxton. - Notice your children out side school. vist them in sickness O be in earnest in your class. -

- How can Teachers get time for all this preparation. - Read your S.S. lesson for your Bible reading during the week.

- Personal responsibility-. - do we feel it. Is my whole dear class for Jesus. -

MEMORANDA.

Mr Wade Gilt. - Are you a good boy

Wilker. Toronto. - Invite your classes to your own home & give them a little treat -

Rev Strath. Ingersol. "Simon lovest those ms "Feed my Lambs" -

Rev. J. Wood. Brantford. - What has been your own experience in Tea

Rev Trumbill Clay. Connecticutt Short & very good. -

Finances Amt raised $800 nearly -

Mr Hartford Toronto. - Infant Class Teaching. Miss McPherson. on Infant Classes. Care for the friendless outcasts.

MEMORANDA.

How can we retain boys from 15 to 20 in our Schools. -

Pierson. Montreal Paxon, Van Curen. Chicago Sing Battling for the Lord. Rise & progress of S.S. Rev H. C. Trimboll - Connecticutt Abraham taught the first S.S. (Speech too long) Adult Old Knox church Intermedial. Town Hall.

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CASH ACCOUNT. JANUARY.
Jan 3 Balance on Skirt 0 50
Braid 1/6 0 18
Figs 5 d 0 05
7 2 yds ribbon {qf} 0 50
10 Missionary 0. 75
12 Mending Pin {4} 0 20
21 Cluny Lace 0 20
31 Cotton 8? - 1 00
$ 3 31
<CASH ACCOUNT, FEBRUARY>
Received. Paid
Comb 1/- 0 13
22 Postage 0 05
Cotton 2 00
2 18

CASH ACCOUNT, MARCH.

RECEIVED PAID
5 Books 0 67
Cotton 6/- 0 75
22 2 yds Cotton 2/- 0 50
26 Apron 3/- 0 38
28 Apron 3/- 0 75
3 05
Jan 3 31
Feb 2 18
$ 8 56

CASH ACCOUNT, APRIL.

Received Paid
Forward 8 56
3 Elastic . 16
Skirt Protector 75
Seeds.Less " 40 1 60
Cotton for Dora 1 50
24 Gody's Book 25
$ 12 82
40
12 42

CASH ACCOUNT, MAY

Received Paid
12 42
May 9 Gloves Dora 0 25
Corsets 1 10
Hats done over 0 75
Ribbon 2/- 0 25
Shoes 0 90
28 Postage 0 15
30 Gloves 0 82
dresses for Dora 3 00
Shoes 13/- 1 63
Hose 0 67
Hat trimmed 0 50
Muslin 0 56
Brilliant 1 00
Velvet 0 70
Sacque 1 00
Buttons 0 63
Braid 0 20
Deleine 0 38
Book 0 25
Silk 1 20
Hair cut 0 13
Sold Stockings 0 30 28 89
. 30
28 59
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CASH ACCOUNT. JUNE.

Received Paid
Forwarded 28 09
Hanks for Dora 0 22
Neck ties 0 30
Cluny lace 0 25
Shoes 1 00
Hose 0 59
Soap 1/- Cologne 0 38
29 83

CASH ACCOUNT, JULY.

Received Paid
29 83
9 Gloves 3/6 44
Hanks 25
Bill at Gile's 2 63
33 15

CASH ACCOUNT, AUGUST.

Received Paid.
33 15
16 Boots 2 25
Slippers Clara 0 50
Hat " 2 13
Silk V ribbon 0 81
Lunch 0 20
Toll 0 08
22 Trade at Wolverton 0 40
$39 52

CASH ACCOUNT, SEPTEMBER.

Received Paid
39 52
Black dress 2. 50
Print dress 1 80
Hat 1 50
Ornament 10
Elastic 15
lunch 15
Cauliflower 20
Reticule repaired 20
Hoops Dora 38
" Fixed 50
49 00

CASH ACCOUNT, OCTOBER.

Received. Paid.
Forward 49 00
1 Gloves 1 15
Dress for Clara 1 13
Shoes " 1 13
Astracan 1 60
Veil 44
" 80
Merino 87
Drab cloth 17
Yarn 24
Nansook 1 20
Embroidery 30
" Silk 9
Music 30
Rec from P.O. 1 47
Prize on tatting 0 75
Balmoral 1 50
10 Basket 70
Fan Toronto 2 35
Expenses 1 77
19 Gift 2 50
4 72 64 74
60 02

CASH ACCOUNT, NOVEMBER.

Received Paid
60 02
2 yds Flannel 4/- 1 00
Wincey Shirts 18/- 2 25
Cotton do 12/- 1 50
Flannel Skirt 1 25
. Muslin Flannel 53
Apron for Dora 0 18
66 73

CASH ACCOUNT, DECEMBER.

Received
66 73
Elastic 0 25
Yarn 21
toys 38
buttons 20
Ribbon 38
Ring 2 00
$70 15

Oct. 13, 1870.

Galt S.S. Convention Intermediate Classes. Mr Morse. Teacher. 23 PS. all react. Sing. "Jesus Lover of my Soul" Pryer - Topics - The duties and responsibilities of S.S. Y. not to end with the School Session Sing "Battling for the Lord" Open for discussion by Teachers. One-. T. I belive I have lost much by not visiting my S. ont of School.

{in left margin Mr Briggs} One - One of my little boys always punctual. fell ill - visited him - Willie, how do you feel. O S have thought of {a}rts learned at S. I am happy going to Sister May in Heaven My Teacher taught me about Jesus. Mother I soon will be with Jesus Dont cry for me.

Minsters pray for the S.S. children

Mr Flint. - when I was a Teacher 42 year ago in Bellville. I went to evry house througout the Town I talked with the parents & children about going to S.S. I found 110 C who did not go to SS next Sabbath we had an increase of 60 new Schollars next S 22 {m?} one of the outside labours another. Be kind to the children out of School. get their hearts by speaking to them any time you meet them.

Wilker. Toronto. - we opened a meeting in one of the worst streets. how to interest them they put out lights {?} on benches and all sorts. We pray to {frans}. got a {Harmonica} sang. got pictures & illustrated lessons. got them interested. the

Meeting has been so successful that now we have a little Missionary church & Missionary. Have a prayer Meeting once a week to pray for our boys and girls. & so bring them to Jesus. Coming together on S. and nothg else is but a small part of earnest Sabbath School work. labour on. pray on. cheer the fo{illegible} encourage the discouraged. -- one building one person burning. Who can save him how. One tried to courge fail. cheer him was shouted. it gave him courage We saved the man from burning. so cheer one another on in the way. -

{in left margin one} I got a class. fo{?} some boys bathing on Sunday. Boys do you want a story. O yes I told them about Daniel

One said wasent that Dan who worked on the canal two or thre years ago. no no said another he got drink as a faith. that was all they knew about the Scrptures. {Yet} such ones can be reached father in the children.

Dr J Helmore Leckfort. I am going to tell about my own S.S. I am a Pres on a week of prayer. We tried to get out the boys & girls talked with thm & we had a glorious revival. In March I asked all who loved Jesus to stand up. All but 7 rose It was personal conversation I beleive that led to this result pray for them and with them pry for your children

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One. A great responsibility rests on us as teachers. Thy are precious Jwels entrusted to our care. truly a little time remains for us to teach thm teach them the great truth - "God so loved the wld &c It must be individual souls {illegible} from the closet to the Class

One Nearly all our good children sicken & die in childhood. An error in S.S. Y. & our books. Conversion should fit them for active christian work. - rather teach practical working. has much good people here &c

One. Want of interest of parents a great drawback to teaching. Must convert parents first I think that beyond the province of Teachers.

Mr Taylor - about the little man who climbed up in a tree. Who was it? What place did Jesus pass through?

What did he want? Wy coulden he see Jesus When did he go Did Jesus notice him & What did he say to him?

Jesus went home with him and after din Jesus said such beautful words to him What was it? Remember 10 things. 1 Zachus in the tree 2 Saviour spk 3 home 4 heart Jesus impressed 5 guest. of Zoukeus 6 guide Wy wanted a 7 Salvation

8. Seek. lost & save 9 (cleaned) Make the Sinner whole 10 Cleanse & save me

"As to Zacheus in the tree So my Saviour speak to me In my home and heart abide Be my constant guest & guide" Thy salvation let me boast Then dist seek & save the lost Thow canst make the sinner whole Jesus cleanse & save my soul.

childrens Meeting Dr Helmore . Lukport. 15 minutes. "As Moses lifted up &c Music "Water of life &c" Rev Mr Ross. Toronto Seek ---- on something Father Parson Missouri 30 minutes My first day in Sunday School

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“Roseltha Goble Diary, 1867,” Rural Diary Archive, accessed December 14, 2019, https://ruraldiaries.lib.uoguelph.ca/transcribe/items/show/260.

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