Roseltha Goble Diary, 1868

Title

Roseltha Goble Diary, 1868

Date Created

January 1, 1868

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Roseltha Goble Diary Collection

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Scanned Manuscript

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Mrs. R. Goble

1868

The Canadian Pocket Diary for 1868

Toronto: Published by Brown Bros., 66 King Street East.

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Rates of Postage

Letters to any part of Canada, if prepaid, 5 cents; if unpaid, 7 cents, per half ounce. Lettters to Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, and Prince Edward's Islan, 5 cents per half ounce - prepayment optional. Letters to Newfoundland, 12 1/2 cts. per half oz. Letters to Newfoundland and Nova Scotia, if specially addressed via Royal Mail Steamer from Boston - Newfoundland 12 1/2 cents, Nova Scotia 12 1/2 cents, per half ounce. Letters to Great Britain and Ireland, by Canadian Packet, 2 1/2 cents, per half ounce; by Cunard Packet, 17 cents per half ounce. Letters for the United Kingdom must be prepaid, or they will be charged a fine of 6d. sterling on arrival in England. Letter for the United States, 10 cts. per half oz. Letters for British Columbia, 10 cents per half ounce. Registration Charges. - To any place in British North America, 2 cts; to United Kingdom, 8 cts.; To United States, 5 cts. Newspapers, Periodicals, &c.- Single Newspaper, 1 cent. The following rates will be charged quarterly on Newspapers, if mailed from office of publication, and prepaid:- Daily, 40 cts.; Tri-weekly, 20 cts.; Bi-weekly, 13 cts.; Weekly, 6 1/2 cts. per quarter. Periodicals.- To any part of Canada, one or more numbers, if not exceeding 4 ounces, 1 cent; to the United Kingdom, per Canadian Packets, 2 cents each number, to be prepaid by postage stamp. Parcel Post.- The charge on Parcels to any place in Canada is 25 cts. per lb. Circulars and other printed matter of a like character, and Books, is 1 ct. per ounce, to be prepaid.

Table of Stamp Duties

Stamps required in Notes, Drafts, or Bill of Exchange, executed singly:

For $25 and under, ........... 1 cent.

" $50 and over $25, ......... 2 "

" $100 and over $50, ......... 3 "

" each additional ....... $100 3 "

" " " fraction of $100 3 "

On Drafts or Bills of Exchange in duplicate:

For .................... $100 2 cents.

" each additional ...... $100 2 "

" " " fraction of $100 2 "

On Drafts or Bills of Exchange in more parts than two:

For ................... $100 1 cent.

" each additional ........ $100 1 "

" " " fraction of $100 1 "

Interest made payable at the maturity of any Bill, &c., shall be counted as part of the principle sum. Stamps must be cancelled at the time of affixing the same, by writing or stamping thereon the date. The stamps for Notes, &c., to be affixed by the marker or drawwer; and in case of any Draft or Bill of Exchange drawwn out of this Province, by the acceptor or first indorser.

Law Terms

Hilary, 1st Monday in February to Saturday of ensuing week. Easter, 3rd Monday in May to Saturday of 2nd week thereafter. Michaelmas, 3rd Monday in November to saturday of 2nd week thereafter. County Courts.- Sittings for the trials of issues in fact and assessments of damages commence on the Second Tuesday in March, June, September, and December. Assizes.- Courts of Assize and Nisi Prius are held twice a year in every county or union of counties in Upper Canada, between Hi'ary and Easter Terms, and between Trinity and Michaelmas Terms, except the County of York and the City of Toronto, where there are held three in each yearm commencing on Thursday next after the Municipal elections in January, the Second Monday in April, and the Second Monday in October in each year. Long Vacation from 1st July to 21st August

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Bank Holidays

Ontario.- New Year's Day; Ash Wednesday; Good Friday; Easter Monday; Queen's Birthday; Christmas Day. Quebec.- New Year's Day; Epiphany; Annunciation; Good Friday; Ascension; Corpus Christil St. Peter's St. Paul's; All Saints; Conception; Christmas and Queen's Birth Day; also, any day appointed by Proclaimation for a General Fast or Thanksgiving.

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Eclipses in 1868.

There will be only Two Eclipses this year. both being of the Sun, and neither of them visible in Canada. The first will be annular, on the 23rd of February, visible in South America, Africa and Southern Europe. The other will be total, August 18th, visible in Eastern Africa, Southern Asia, and Australia. Venus will be brightest June 9th, and again August 21st. Morning Stars.- Venus after July 16; Mars from Jan. 2 to Nov. 13; Jupiter from March 10 to July 4; Saturn, until Feb 24. and after Nov 29. Evening Stars.-- Venus, until July 16; Mars, until Jan 2. and after Nov. 13; Jupiter, until March 10, and after July 4; Saturn, from February 24 to November 29. There will be a transit of Mercury over the Sun's disc on the 5th of Nov., invisible in Canada.

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List of Sundays in 1868.

January, ........ 5 - 12 - 19 - 26

February, ....... 2 - 9 - 16 - 23

March, .......... 1 - 8 - 15 - 22 - 29

April, ........... 5 - 12 - 19 - 26

May, ......... 3 - 10 - 17 - 24 - 31

June, ............ 7 - 14 - 21 - 28

July, ............. 5 -12 - 19 - 26

August, .......... 2 - 9 - 16 - 23 - 30

September, ......... 6 - 13 - 20 - 27

October ......... 4 - 11 - 18 - 25

November, ......... 1 - 8 - 15 - 22 - 29

December, ........... 6 - 13 - 20 - 27

January Wednesday, 1 1868 not very cold. Snowing. not enough for sleighing at home all day. a quiet happy day, very like other days. Mrs {McLintys?} to dinner made {illegible} {illegible} {illegible}.

Thursday, 2 a pleasant day. Mother and I called to see Mrs. Smith - in the afternoon. am glad we went wish we had called before. not much sleighing.

Friday, 3 {Name?} and mother went to Richmond. gone all day I have been busy, wrote to Lisa and {Name?} a piece of music for her {illegible} in the evening

January Saturday, 4 1868

a considerable fall of snow. not very cold went to covenant meeting. not well.

Sunday, 5 a new winters day good sleighing. a full Sunday school. 6 of my class present. Elder Parton preached morning and evening no prayer meeting

{along the margin} {illegible}{illegible} Emma

Monday, 6

a beautiful winters day a {illegible} moonlight night Jack very well. Dora went to school. {Name?} met with - Elder Parton visiting

January Tuesday, 7 1868

Quilting today a nice day. Went {illegible} to Mrs {Name?} in the evening practising missionary music

Wednesday, 8

another fine day. {illegible} {illegible} another comforter went missionary collecting in the afternoon got 88 cts. {Name?} {illegible} to Mrs {Name?} in the evening

Thursday, 9 The weather is much colder snowing and freesing hard. made an article of small clothing {illegible}. Dora at school.

January Friday, 10 1898

very cold to day but clear. Wrote to Father. {Illegible} towards night Mrs. Campbell came on the train. Went to {illegible} to meeting so cold but few out

Saturday, 11 Pleasant but cold. {Jasper?} and Dora went over to Mrs. Radford's sewing. got a comforter ready to quilt.

Sunday, 12

cold but pleasant not so many at S.S. as usual. only {two?} of my class present. Prayer meeting this afternoon.

Januart Monday, 13 1868

Very cold but clear. Quillted a comforter {Jasper?} went to {town?} and after to Mrs. {Name?} in the evening. many {illegible} today.

Tuesday, 14 Still very cold. Pa and {Jasper?} went to {Town?}. We quilted another comforter. am beginning to get as much sewing as possible done this {illegible}

Wednesday, 15 a fine {illegible} day visiting Pa. Feel very well.

January Thursday, 16 1868

Pa and {Jasper?} went to Brantford. colder than yesterday have not left {illegible} today. {illegible} {illegible}.

Friday, 17

a mild pleasant day. cleaning {illegible} my {illegible}. Spent the evening with Mrs. {Initial}. Beamer.

Saturday 18

cold and some snow. It snowed just enough {illegible} day to keep the sleighing good very busy all day. Ms. {Pener?} came down in the evening.

January Sunday. 19 1868

A delightful Sabbath. weather fine. sleighing great. both S.S. and preaching well attended. Ms. {Pener?} gave the {illegible} an address {illegible} {illegible} preach {illegible} the {illegible} hath blessed it.

Monday, 20

a fine day, not very cold missionary meeting in the evening. a success. good preaching, and music, and house filled. Mr Henderson and Stewart here over night. Collection $6.04 althogether $25.54

Tuesday, 21 a pleasant day. Mr. Stewart and Henderson left. Mrs. Chatfield {illegible} Pa and Ma away all day do not feel very well

January Wednesday, 22 1868

very cold {Jasper?}, Clara and I went to {Town?} cold ride. Good sleighing {illegible} all well. {Illegible} soon after dark {illegible} {illegible}. {illegible} {illegible} {illegible} this evening.

Tuesday, 23 Rain and wind blowing snow. a donation {illegible} for Elder Palton today. I felt bad this morning to {illegible}. Pa, Ma, {Jasper?} and Dora gone. hope they may have a pleasant day.

January Saturday, 25 1868

Cold and some snow 13 of the donation party stopped last night to tea. 20 in all for tea. Pa and Ma away today. Many gone home. {Illegible} {Illegible} {illegible} about the house

Sunday, 26

very cold and stormy attended S.S. and preaching. 3 of my class present. very good lesson at home afternoon and evening.

Monday, 27

cold but pleasant. feel very well {illegible} {illegible} about the house washing day.

January Tuesday, 28 1868

very cold in the morning. {illegible} {illegible} the {illegible} part of the day {Jasper?} and {Name?} went to Brantford sewing

Wednesday, 23

cold. Pieced a quilt and got it ready for quilting. a fine day

Thursday, 30

very cold. Quilting all day. {illegible} {illegible} {illegible}

January Friday, 31 1868

a beautiful day a little snow {illegible} {illegible} night but a lovely evening Ms {Name?} {illegible} in {Temperance?}

February Saturday 1

Ms. {Name?} {illegible} {illegible} nigh. Elder Parton came out to covenant meeting {illegible} meeting. sewing in the evening. Lizzie {illegible} {illegible} {illegible}. a lovely day.

Sunday, 2

a fine day but cold. attended S.S. Elder Parton preached morning and evening. good attendance very cold at night.

February Monday, 3 1868

a bitter cold day, Pas and Elder Parton went visiting. Mrs. Biggins came to dinner & {illegible} Murray & wife. Martha, Emily, and Willliam

Tuesday, 4 Weather {moderate?} a lovely moonlight evening. feel tired tonight found my quilt. Ms. McDermont to dinner. {Newton?} not well

Wednesday, 5 a beautiful day we quilted a {worsted?} quilt today.

February Thursday, 6 1868

Pa and Ma went to Beachville. a very stormy day. Jasper working in the shop. I have been sewing {illegible} {illegible}.

Friday, 7 a fun day again pretty cold but very pleasant. I am not well {illegible} {illegible} asked me in again. Tooth aches and head aches, cured {illegible}.

Saturday, 8

a fine morning but very stormy tonight. Jasper went to unclies {illegible} this afternoon have not yet returned. This almost {illegible} his children both asked "I wish he would come"

February Sunday, 9 1868

Very stormy. quilt a {duck?} {illegible} fill last night. rained when we went tto S.S. only one of my class present. I am {sick?}

Monday, 10 very cold. quiliting today. Dora at home. the children very noisy. am so tired and nervous.

Tuesday, 11 {illegible} very cold. Dora went to {Town?} Mrs. {Laudoon?} and a Mrs. Beaman spent the day with us pleasant visit.

February Wednesday, 12 1868

Day mild and pleasant. Pa ma and Jasper went over to the {illegible} {illegible} {night?} to a missionary ministry I have been very {illegible} and very tired

Thursday, 13

a nice morning. Our {illegible} came home last night about {illegible}. aunt maria came with them we did not any of us get much sleep during the night aunt went home in the evening

Friday 14

sewing all day

February Saturday, 15 1868

sewing. Finished an apron for Clara and some mending & began a rug. Mr. Bolton came by train.

Sunday, 16 a most beautiful day. School not very full. Mr. Bolton preached. {illegible} {Name?} and {Jenny?} {Last Name?} to {Town?}. Ma and Jasper & Mrs. {Baslids?} went to {Town?} to church in the evening.

Monday, 17

Snowing windy and cold in the evening. busy doing odd jobs {illegible} at rug. very tired at night.

February Tuesday, 18 1868

a fine day but cold finished the rug. Mr & Mrs. Ellison to dinner. Mr & Mrs. Bates & Mr. & Mrs. Burtch to tea and spend the evening. a very pleasant company.

Wednesday, 19 a beautiful day thawing a little. fine sleighing all the time. have been seing all day and tired tonight.

Thursday, 20 a beautiful warm day thawing rapidly. Japer and Mother went to Mrs. {Name?} Mr and Mrs. {Name?} & John and wife & baby spent the evening here. {illegible} they are just gone and we must retire. am very {illegible} {illegible}

February Friday, 21 1868

making a {green?} shirt. sewing all day.

Saturday, 22

sewing all day, did not {illegible} finish the shirt Mary went home Wellington Gould & wife came in the evening {illegible} {illegible} night. very cold

Sunday, 23

cold. attended S.S. and prayer meeting in the afternoon. Baby Emma came at night.

February Monday, 24 1868

a great {illegible} {illegible}. wind & cold.

Tuesday, 25 {illegible} stormy.

Wednesday, 26

February Thursday, 27 1868

Mrs. Haggard came out to see me. feel comfortable

Friday, 28 my {illegible} came out to see me. am tired lying in bed.

Saturday, 29 all went to Covenant meeting. Dora stand with me {illegible} is good a little music. Mrs. Baslich came to see me & in the evening Mrs. Haggard came out

March Sunday, 1 1868

Dora {stand?} with me today. {Sat?} out a little while. Elder Parton came out in the evening.

Monday, 2

very stormy again.

Tuesday, 3

Dr, {Beuhaim?} & Mrs. {Name} married today Elder Parton {illegible} Sunday went from this evening

March 4

all last night and all day. ...had enough...

March Saturday, 7 1868.

Still raining. Ms Calder came in this evening. Dora better.

Saturday, 8

Ms Calder {illegbile} {illegible} Dora and Clara home. {illegible} of {illegible} {illegible} {wife?} Jasper & Pa went to {illegible} after {Papas?} Misty took Mr C. {illegible} {illegible} to Church.

Monday, 9

Not cold. feel stranger to-day.

March Tuesday, 10 1868

Wednesday, 11

Wrote to Lissa. Jasper went to {Hesman?}. Mrs. Miller spent the day with us.

Thursday, 12

Stormy.

March Friday, 13 1868

Sewed a little today my eyes are not very strong. baby {illegible} Clara not well. rain

Saturday, 14

Rain all day. Ms Sherman cabe by train. Alonzo came in the evening. Am very tired.

Sunday, 15

I did not go out, except for a little ride after {illegible} came home from church. {illegible} came over. Alonzo did not go to meeting. Clara very sick at {night?}.

March Monday 16 1868

Rainy again Sewed a little Clara seems a little better.

Tuesday, 17

A letter from {illegible} Emma has a little {son?} Wrote to {illegible}. Jasper went to Woodstock to-day Sewed a little. Emma {illegible} {illegible]. Clara {sick?}.

Wednesday, 18

Cold. Sewed some {illegible} and {illegible} {Illegible}.

March Thursday, 19 1868

Cold. Mrs {illegible} and {illegible} spent the day with us. {illegible} came in the evening pleasant visit. {baby} Emma & {illegible}.

Friday, 20

Cold still. {Mary?} gone home for a few {illegible}.

Saturday, 21

Very cold. have been busy all day. feel stronger.

March Sunday, 22 1868

No Sabbath School {illegible} {illegible} {Illegible} Meeting. beautiful day walked out {some?}.

Monday, 23

Nice day. washed {some?}.

Tuesday, 24

March Wednesday, 25 1868

Cold.

Thursday, 26

Washed to-day. very tired. Cold.

Friday, 27

March Saturday, 28 1868

Very busy all day Elder Patton came Covenant Meeting I did not go. {Aunt?} came down. So tired I could not sleep at night.

Sunday, 29.

Went to S.S. glad to meet my class. 6 present {baby?} {very fruitful?} all day. {Jas?} very tired and unwell.

Monday, 30

{Day?} fine. {illegible} {illegible} and the {Illegible} {illegible} {spent?} this afternoon Elder Patton to tea

March Tuesday, 31 1868

Weather fine {Heman?} and Lissa came

April Wednesday 1

Heman & Lissa went up to Woodstock after tea.

Thursday, 2

Very cold snowing baby fruitful. Pa and Jasper went to {Brantford?}. Jasper {illegible} when he came home.

April Friday, 3 1868

Cold. Several little snow storms. Mr & Mrs {illegible} to dinner

Saturday, 4

Cold. Mrs {illegible} Arbitration several {illegible} to dinner

Sunday, 5

Cold and stormy I did not go out {Teressa's?} baby did

April MONDAY, 6 1868.

busy at home baking and taking care of baby.

TUESDAY, 7

The funeral of Teressa's baby. Jaspers, Mother and Dora went {Mr ?} doing good. Jeremy and father called Cold.

WEDNESDAY, 8

Very cold flowering & sowing, mow {light?} Dec than {rapid?}. baby very {frightful?}.

June THURSDAY, 11 1868

Called 15 on Annie { Mirchew ?}. She is very feeble. just waiting and willing to go. Like a weary child read to lie down and sleep.

FRIDAY, 12

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