Roseltha Goble Diary, 1869

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Roseltha Goble Diary, 1869

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January 1, 1869

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Roseltha Goble Diary Collection

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J. G. Goble

Gobles Corners

Ontario

1869


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1.50

2.25

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THE

CANADIAN

Pocket

DIARY

FOR

1869.

_________________________

TORONTO:

PUBLISHED BY BROWN BROS.,

66 KING STREET EAST.

{1869 calendar} {Next 10 Pages are printed with various charts, 1869 calendar, rates of postage, table of stamp duties, etc.}

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Friday, January 1, 1869.

A very cold, stormy, day. snow and wind God pity the poor and homeless. Wrote to Lissa and Emma.

baby Emma not well. All the rest well this New Year's day. much to be Thankful for.

R. G.

Saturday, January 2, 1869.

Drove to Princeton Stormed most of the day Elder Patten came by train Went to Covenant Meeting, had a proffitable Season I trust O that the Lord would pour out his Spirit amongst us. Amen.

Attended Covenant Meeting. A good Meeting. some rain, and some snow.

A letter from Father

Sunday, January 3, 1869.

Went To Sabbath S. the Resurection Elder Patten preached a large congregation A beautiful day

A good Sabbath School Lesson 14 Chapter Exodus. Subject. When all other help fals. God will preserve his people. "Man's extremity is God's opportunity".

Good sleighing.

Monday, January 4, 1869.

Went to Town Meeting, Thawing fast.

Went Missionary collecting. out all day. did not succeed very well. took dinner at Mrs Ryder's.

day warm and bright snow fast disapearing. Am tired.

Tuesday, January 5, 1869.

Grew cold towards night. Out again in the afternoon "Colecting" went North. did not go to singing School.

Worked in the Shop had Singing School

Wedndsday, January 6, 1869.

Warm to-day. thawing Millie Kipp was married last night has gone to Minnesota We shall miss her very much. May she be very happy in her new home. I have been sewing to-day.

R.G.

Went to Brantfod with the buggy took dinner at Mr. Landers, Went to Breathren Missionary Meeting

J.G.G.

Thursday, January 7, 1869.

Went to teachers Meeting at Mr Riders.

Received a letter from Nellie

Attende Teacher's Meeting. no sleighing. A letter from Lissa they are very well. and comfortable.

Emma not well a bad cough.

Out collecting in the afternoon got 50 cts.

Friday, January 8, 1869.

Weather warm a real January thaw:

Finished a shirt for Jasper.

Had Singing School

Saturday, January 9, 1869.

Still warm.

Sewing to-day.

Received at letter from Mr Henderson

Sunday, January 10, 1869.

A nice day. Sabbath School unusually interesting. lesson the "Song of Moses". I staid to hear Mr. Sherk. Sammy Radford at School

Went to Sabbath School Lesson the Assension had an interesting lesson

Monday. January 11, 1869.

Sewed steadily all day. fixing over my Merino dress. Very tired. A practise in the Evening Jenny Martin. Dr Beamer M. Menhew & H. Miller here.

Worked in Shop Choir met here in the evening to practice fo Missionary meeting

Tuesday, January 12, 1869.

A lovely day. I took Jenny home in the Morning. had a good little visit with Mr & Mrs Landon.

Went to Singing School. walked.

Singing School. Eleven lessons given Answered Mr Hendersons letter

Robert Goble & Son came last night

Wednesday, January 13, 1869.

Thawed some during the day, but real cold to night. We made a visit at Solon Eakins took Emma & Dora home at 9 oclock. Clara sick to-day.

Thursday, January 14, 1869.

{written along left side} Pictures from Father

Weather fine. roads good no sleighing but good wheeling. Emma came. Went to Teacher's Meeting at Mrs Kipp's Have been very busy all day and am tired

Worked in Shop Paid D. S. Beamer $4.00 for S.S. Papers and frame

Friday, January 15, 1869.

Weather continues fine. Mother and Emma went to Beachville. Have been busy all day

Heffer died last night

Went to Singing School Emma went with us 12 lesson

Saturday, January 16, 1869.

Made a cap for Clara.

Mr Sherman came. Music in the evening

Teaming

Somers Slipt down in the evening

                                           Sunday January 17, 1869.
                           I did not go to S.S. Emma taught my class. attended Prayer Meeting Mrs Bastido to dinner
                           and tea.


                           Went to L.L. the lesson was The Prodigal Son
                                         Monday, January 18, 1869.
                      Washing day, busy at home. done up some mending and began a dress for Dora.
                      Sister Emma A & I went to Brantford.
                                     Tuesday, January 19th, 1869.
                      Making Dora's dress Emma helping me george came. I went to Singing School.


                      Worked in Shop. George Milmine came Had S.S.
                                     Wednesday, January 20th, 1869.
                      The girl did not come so I did not get much sewing done. Practse (?) in the evening
                      Pa sick all day.


                     Visiting with George
                                     Thursday, January 21st, 1869.
                        George and Emma went away. Finished Dora's dress attended Teacher's Meeting
                        Teachers meeting at D. L. Neamers Resolved that a collection be taken up twice
                        a year in the D.S. for the Ont. S.S. Mission.
                                         Friday, January 22, 1869.
                          A cold but pleasant day and beautiful night. Made a dress for baby went to Singing
                          School All well


                         Worked in Shop.
                                  Saturday, January 23, 1869.
                     A beautiful day mending. Went to Robert Faircelts in the afternoon. Emma walked a few steps
                     today for the first. She is eleven months old.


                     Worked in Shop
                                       Sunday, January 24, 1869.
                        Cold but very pleasant went to S.S. Good lesson. subject. Manna and Sabbath day
                        attended prayers meeting. Not many out.


                       Went to S.S. lesson Manna in the wilderness and S, day.
                                               Monday, January 25, 1869.
                            A lovely day. very cold but so bright I drove to Mrs Landon's for Jenny. Had a
                            practise in the evening. A Protracted Meeting began tonight in the Chapel.
                            among the United Brethren.
                           Commenced to make up work for the first- this winter
                                         Tuesday, January 26, 1869
                          Another fine day roads fine as can be. Washing day. Mr & Mrs Helms to tea.Began a
                          hood for myself.
                          Worked in shop Had no S School went to Brethren Meeting in the evening
                                     Wednesday, January 27, 1869.
                        Weather still fine, not quite so cold. Mrs. W. S. Miller here to dinner. Working on
                        my hood. Babys cold better she begins to walk.
                        Worked in Shop wrote to Mr Mr Perren Received lettr from Lorne wrote to H. Lloyd in
                        the evening Sent $4.00 $2.00 for Mr Nelems of the Baptist
                                      Thursday, January 28, 1869.
                             Another fine day what beautiful weather for January almost unheard of in Canada. 
                             A lovely moon light night. Went to Teacher's Meeting at Mr. Barker's. a very 
                             unpleasant meeting, disagreement between the Sups and some of the Teacher'srespecting 
                             the course of lessons.
                                           Friday, January 29, 1869.
                          Warm. began to rain in the afternoon and rained all evening. Elder Patton came on
                          the Eleven o'clock train Our Missionary Meeting considering the rain was a success.
                          Collections (?).60. Speaking very good. Mr Perren, Mr Lobbs, Elder Patton & Mr Sherk.
                                        Saturday, January 30, 1869.
                      I did not go to Covenant Meeting today. Jasper & Mother went. I finished my hood. Another
                      (?) is among the things that have been Jasper went to Singing School.
                                          Sunday, January 31, 1869.
                         A stormy day. Full S.S. and good attendance on the preaching. Elder Patton gave us a good
                         sermon, subject, "Christ Crucified".  Communion.


                         Went to S.S. Lesson water brought out of the rock in the wilderness.
                                         Monday, February 1, 1869.
                        A pleasant day cold but bright. Mr Shaw to tea. Elder Patton came at night. Fixed over
                        a dress for myself.Jasper went to load stock so late getting home I began to be anxious lest 
                        something had happened to him.
                        Went to Woodstock attended School Convention

TUESDAY FEBRUARY 2, 1869.

O! what a stormy night! snow, cold & wind. Caroline Tressaman spent the day here. Jasper went to Brethren Meeting at the Chapel. Worked in shop

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1869

Sleighing again. It seems now like winter have been braiding on a night dress To-day cut out a dress for Mother. Went to Singing School with the Cutter . Cold. good school. Worked in Shop went to Singing S.

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY, 4, 1869.

Very cold and windy Mr & Mrs Fitch made us a visit. Wrote to Father. Worked in Shop went to Teachers Meeting at R.Y.Y.Eo. Y present

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1869.

Wrote to Lissa A beautiful day worked in Shop Lent $5 to Mr Loyd $1. for Mr Eakins $1 for Mr Teolt. and $3 for Five 12 copies

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1869

Not very well. sewing. Did not go to Singing School. Worked in Shop Had School

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1869.

Went to S.S. had a full class. good school. fine day & good sleighing. A beautiful day Went to S.S. Infant class Lesson the Heathen Gods Tya.115. Went to Breathren meeting Prayer meeting and went to Woodstock in the evening to hear Mr Bates

MONDAY FEBRARY 8, 1869

Pa & Ma.away I am doing the house work taking care of children and not getting much else done. Jasper went so much yesterday he is sick today. R.G. Sick last night and today

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1869

Cold. Jasper and Pa went to Woodstock with the sleigh. I have been sewing This afternoon. Washing day. Jasper has got a "Diary" for himself so I must write This full. What a page to fill each day. A letter from Nellie she is coming home soon. Mrs Ware died yesterday at London

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1869.

Weather warmer poor sleighing. Went to Singing School with the Cutter Meeting in the Chapel. my good School. I think this Class are getting on very well. Clara not well. Mrs Ware buried today in London

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1869

A fine warm day. roads getting muddy cleaning all the forenoon sewed in the afternoon. Teacher's Meeting here most of the teacher's present. Agreeable meeting. Lesson 19 exodus. We need a deeper work of grace among us. May the Lord revive us, and teach us by the Spirit.

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1869.

A lovely day. just like Spring all the grass and flowers. Thawed fast. Nice weather for the poor who have but little fire. I have been busy baking, cleaning etc. We keep no help this winter but get on very well. only sometimes we get weary. better wear out than rust out Am tired tonight

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1869.

A Spring-like day getting muddy Mrs young called. I cut the children's hair Mr McLean called sewed a little helped Dora put to-gether a smashed up Engine a puzzle. Mr Williamson the Student came on the train. he has not been here before. Mrs Ryder called she has been visiting her Sunday School Scholars.

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1869.

Such a stormy day rained hard all night went to S.S. through rain, hail, and wind about 50 present. Roads bad. Jasper & Dora walked it was so heavy for the horse Mr Williamson preached he is a young man not yet in the Theological Class. done very well. will make a man by & by. not many out on account of the severe storm. No Prayer Meeting. had some music. So has passed another Sabbath day

MONDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1869.

The ground covered this morning with several inches of frozen snow so hard you can walk anywhere on the top of it. the storm seemed over. not very cold, thawed some and snowed some during the day. Mr Williamson left on the 11. train. I have been sewing to-day have been down to see Grandpa put on the mail this evening. I was tired sewing and feel better for going out. Must retire. Good Night

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1869.

Colder today. sleighs running. Sewing. went to see Mrs Phalen a poor woman. sick and very poor. Took her some soup and Clara carried some apples. Thomas Stamp called. It is bed time

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1869.

Not very cold but stormy. snow. Jasper went to Elder Patton's for a load of straw. upset and did not get home until after 6 o'clock. consequently we were late at Singing School. very good School. have not sewed any today. Washing, cleaning gc

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1869.

A nice morning colder than yesterday went to Teacher's Meeting at Mr Nelms a very good Meeting fun evening and good sleighing Jasper took up a sleigh load from our way.

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1869.

A nice day and lovely moon light night.

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1869.

Grandpa sick today day fine. Mary Radford out today Made a dress and smock for Emma. Tired.

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1869.

A very stormy day a good deal of snow fell. Went to S.S. good full class. Lesson the four first Commandments 20 Ch. Exodus staid to hear Mr Sherk preach. No prayer meeting on account of the severe storm.

MONDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1869.

A beautiful winter's day. bright and not very cold. Washing day

A fearfully stormy day. very cold wind and snow more than we have had all winter before Dora could not go to School. I have had tooth ache most of the day. not pleasant companionship. feel nervous and weary to-night. Emma's birth-d y she is one year old to-day

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1869.

Still stormy a good deal of snow has fallen. Drifting some expected Nellie. she did not come. tooth-ache again to-day did not go to Singing School. finished a flannel shirt for Dora and cut out an apron for Clara and one for myself. A nice quiet evening.

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1869

A fine day. the storm seems to be over Jasper has gone to Woodstock. Nellie came. I had a chill in The afternoon and was very sick all this evening Could not go to Teacher's Meeting.

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1869.

Has snowed a good deal today I was very sick all night and have not been able to do anything today

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1869.

A little better today. Elder Patton came. Covenant meeting I did not go A very cold day.

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1869.

Cold but pleasant good sleighing. I went to Sabbath School. hardly felt able to go, but think I am better for making the attempt nothing but my class could have induced me to go. came home after S.S. Got dinner Mrs Bastedo came with theirs. attended Prayer Meeting.

MONDAY, MARCH 1, 1869.

Am not very strong today. but able to knit. Nice winter weather. Dora began music lessons today Nellies teacher Mrs. Somers /Sipp called in this evening.

TUESDAY, MARCH 2, 1869.

A fine day. We quilted a Comforter today. Elder Patton and Mr Ryder to tea Herkimer Miller spent the evening. had music. Wrote to Mr Kirby for Nellie.

Wednesday, March 3, 1869

A lovely morning and continued so all day. Washing day. Consequently, very busy as usual. All but I went to (/)for a drive. even Emma too went they called at Mrs Landon's I went to Singing School quite a number out School to go on yet ten more lessons.

Thursday, March 4, 1869.

A cold day, very cold at night. Quilting a comforter for Nellie. Looking over Sabbath School lesson. Went to Teacher's Meeting at mrs Merihews Not many out. good meeting

Friday, March 5, 1869.

A very cold day I went after Dora from School as was so very cold I was fearful that she would suffer.Emma feverish tonight. Train late Jasper has gone down to put on his (?) It is nine o'clock I am going to bed Good Night.

Saturday, March 6, 1869.

A cold blustering morning which continued all day. A very stormy day. I done my week's mending this forenoon and this afternoon have made the skirt of a print dress for myself. Am tired tonight and feel somewhat weary of life's ourdeals.

Sunday, march 7, 1896.

Very cold but clear and bright. Attended Sunday School and stayed to hear Mrs Sherk. Prayers Meeting inthe dining room

Monday, March 8, 1869.

A very nice day weather moderated since yesterday. Mother and nellie went to Aunt Maria's to spend the day. Working day so I was busy. Cut out the waist of my dress and fitted it.

Tuesday, March 9, 1869.

A lovely winter day bright and such for sleighing. Jasper took us, Nellie,Clara, Emma & I down to Cousin Jenny Hersee's in the afternoon we had a fine ride and a pleasant visit. Jennie's children are both sick Clara was disappointed in not having a play with Lena both she & Emma were very good.

Wednesday, March 10, 1869. A very stormy day heavy snow storms and wind. trains behind time. Have been working at a rug today. It is hard work and I am very tired. Still I think I must do a little more this evening. Clara is not very well, both her & Emma are in bed. Jasper has gone to Singing School. So stormy neither Nellie nor I went Dora did not come home from School.

Thursday, March 11, 1869.

Working on this rug all day. It is very hard work Went to Teacher's Meeting at Dr. Beamer's. So much snow, the roads are very heavy.Rode up with Mrs. Kipp and walked home.

Friday, March 12, 1869.

Clear inthe morning but another snow storm before night. It snows about every day. Ma, Pa and Jasper went to Brantford Nellie & I put in a busy day baking cleaning etc am so tired & lame I can hardly move.

SATURDAY, MARCH 13, 1869.

A pleasant day but cold. Just very tired from yesterdays work. I finished the rug Jasper went. to Woodstock Mr Perren and Baldwin came down with him Mr Perren to preach & Mr Baldwin to make us a visit. spent a pleasant evening they are both good company

SUNDAY, MARCH 14, 1869.

Windy during the forenoon but fine in the evening. Took Emma to S.S. in the morn she was no trouble. Full Class. Good lesson Mr Perren addressed the school. all interested afterwards he preached an earnest good sermon Mr Perren went home with Mr Seipp. Mr Baldwin came with us he preached in the evening. I did not go A pleasant and i hope profitable day.

MONDAY, MARCH 15, 1869.

A pleasant winter's day. Washing, mending a little. So Jasper & Nellie gone to Singing School Clara in bed.

TUESDAY, MARCH 16, 1869.

Fine weather- only cold Emma sick she had taken a severe cold I am afraid of inflammation. I did not sleep much last night with her. I do not get much else done but take care of her. Wrote to Lissa.

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 17, 1869.

Day fine but cold tis wonderful how the winter hangs on fine sleighing almost too much snow. Newty Miss Logan & Bagart came over & spent the day. Emma sick and altogether a busy day. I was very glad to see Newty and the young Loadies are both pleasant and good company.

TUESDAY, MARCH 18, 1869.

Another lovely day thawed a little. The night beautiful Emma very sick all day. applied mustard {topical treatment for inflammation} in the evening. Mrs Young. Mirehew & Nesbet spent the afternoon with me a very good visit. we went to Mrs McIntyres to Teacher's Meeting in the evening. agreeable meeting. I am so very tired to-night. What a blessing the quiet, holy, calm, restful night is

FRIDAY, MARCH 19, 1869.

Emma has been much better today I finished a print dress today that I cut out two weeks ago today. made an apron for my self & cut out some for the children. A real stormy afternoon and evening. I went to Singing School. A letter from Lissa. Herman will be here April 11th nothing preventing.

SATURDAY, MARCH 20, 1896.

Another lovely winter's day is among the things that have been. thawed a good deal during the day but to-night it is cold and clear as a bell. have done some cleaning Looked are my Sunday School lessons and partly made an apron for Dora.

SUNDAY, MARCH 21, 1869.

A lovely day. good sleighing very cold & very bright. Went to S.S. staid to hear Mr Sherk. Did not go to Prayer Meeting. Emma very fretful she is not as well as yesterday Read came took care of children and so ends another Holy day

MONDAY, MARCH 22, 1869.

Last night a very cold night. Weather very cold for so late in the Season More moderate towards night grew very stormy another snow storm and wind. Jasper went to Singing School. So stormy I did not go Dora at home today Washing day. Grand Pa sick Emma cross. Put on a Rug worked some on it in the evening.

TUESDAY, MARCH 23, 1869.

A beautiful day thawing fast. More Spring-like. Pa & Ma went to Woodstock Nellie & I worked on the Rug. Baby Emma still troublesome. Newton not well. Children all in bed asleep. A fine moon light night I must go down & do a little more to finish my day's work.

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 24, 1869.

Working all day on the Rug. A fine day good sleighing and pleasant weather. Pa and I went for a ride in the eveng called at Mrs Landon's met Mrs Sherston & Mrs Hale there. I never saw a finer night. almost as light as day.

THURSDAY, MARCH 25, 1869.

A nice day and lovely moon light night. finished our rug. Nellie went away. I went to Teacher's Meeting at Mrs Nesbetts. Good Meeting.

FRIDAY, MARCH 26, 1869.

A Rainy Morning cleared up in the afternoon. Solom Ealsins and wife called. busy cleaning & I finished an apron for Dora. Went to Singing School. Nellie came home with us.

SATURDAY, MARCH 27, 1869.

Thawing Elder Patton came. Mrs Ryder & Mrs Miller to dinner all went to Convant Meeting more out than usual. and such a good meeting. Bless the Lord for it. I was glad I was there

SUNDAY, MARCH 28, 1869.

Vey misty & dull & roads bad. Thawing very fast. the roads full of water. went with the sleigh. went to S.S.. Very agreeably disaponted so many more out than I expected. my class full. Good lesson. Elder Patton preached good congregation. Communion. No Prayer Meeting. Dora not able to go out. had cold sore throat. and cough

MONDAY, MARCH 29, 1869.

A rainy day Thawing very gradually the snow is slowly melting away. the winter is broken the icy chain is giving way before the breath- of spring. Washing day. Did some mending & put on a rug. Very tired. Emma much better yesterday & today.

TUESDAY, MARCH 30, 1869.

Emma seems not so well this morning. Emma sick all day and Nellie gone to bed. so I work alone at the rug tired

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 31, 1869.

Nellie sick in bed and Emma still feverish and unwell I did not rest well with her last night We expected Cousim Solon & wife to spend the evening. they did not come. So we put ourselves in Company order for nothing I worked on the Rug all day.

Thursday, April 1, 1869.

Emma & Nellie both better. Cold and chilly Teacher's Meeting was to have been here but the evening so cold and stormy no one but Mrs McIntyre came.I finished the rug it is a nice one and I am so very tired. It is hard work doing them

Friday, April 2, 1869.

Weather cold and unpleasant feel very tired today. done the cleaning and fixed a dress for Dora. and done some ironong in the evening.A letter from Herman he cant come to preach for us next time I am so sorry. I suppose the meeting for that day will have to be dropped Emma is not well. Nellie improving.

Saturday, April 3, 1869.

A varied morning a little ago we had quite a snow storm for ten minutes; and now the sun shines & birds are singing. April has many moods. Changeful like human life.

Sunday, April 4, 1869.

A very cold stormy day more like Dec than April. Snow and wind. We walked up to Sunday School Clara got tired and had to ride on papa's back. staid to hear Mr. Sherk and walked home just comfortably tired. attended prayer Meeting only a few out looked over my S.S. lesson

after I got the children in bed. O Lord teach us to understand Thy Word.

Monday, April 5, 1869.

A nice morning but somewhat cloudy during the day.Much warmer than yesterday. Still a cold wind. Washing Jane to wash me (/) made a carprt for the dining room. Emma is very fretful she is not well. coughed at at night and is restless. I went to Singing School good School. Late retiring.

Tuesday, April 6, 1869.

A Spring like day getting quite muddy. Dora is going to School this week. Emma is better today have been house cleaning a little. helped Nellie this afternoon embroidering a pr of slippers with beads. Mrs. Merihew called.

Wednesday, April 7, 1869.

A pleasant day. Jasper sick and could not go to Woodstock Nellie went on the train I cleaned the gining room paint this afternoon. Mrs Lybertus white washed the walls put on another rug in the evening. Am weary and must retire, Good Night

Thursday, April 8, 1869.

blank page- no entry.

Friday, April 9, 1869.

Nellie and I spent the afternoon at Mrs Merihew's took Emma up in the little carriage eat sugar at Mrs Beamer's on the evening home at 9 oclock Freddie Scott came with us.

Saturday, April 10, 1869.

Worked hard at arug all day succeeded in finishing it Mrs Underhay to tea Uncle John & Jacob came Freddy was sick all the forenoon went up to Mr. B.s after dinner.

Sunday, April 11, 1869.

A pleasant day but cold wind and roads muddy we all went to Sunday School 12 in number a good lesson, and a good prayer meetingin the afternoon.

Monday, April 12, 1869.

Father and Mother went to Woodstock by train. Uncle John and Jacob went away after dinner. Washing day. Belle washed and I cleaned the kitchen a busy day.

Tuesday, April 13, 1869.

Housecleaning.

Wednesday, April 14, 1869.

Housecleaning.

Thursday, April 15, 1869.

Cleaning & ironing Jane helps us.

Friday, April 16, 1869.

We have been busy all day. only just got through at train time. Lulu & Frank came. Nellie gave me a heavy plain gold ring it is beautiful Clara not well I sat with her a good while before she got to sleep.

Saturday, April 17, 1869.

A pleasant day still keeps cold snow in places yet. I have been busy all day, baking some & finished the slippers for Nellie. she sick in the morning. Jasper, frank, Nellie & Lulu took tea at Mrs. Landons' & spent the evening there. Alonzo came by train.

Sunday, April 18,1869.

A cloudy chilly day and tonight it rains We all went to S.S. this morning visitors and all ten in number after dinner Newty came and he and Alonzo went home about 10 o'clock. I did not go to Prayer Meeting neither have I read much & meditated less. So much company and baby boy fretful. I fear I have not spent a very profitable Sabbatth.

Monday, April 19, 1869.

Frank went away andNellie & Lutie went to Woodstock. A very warm day. Makes me feel very languid. Washed in the afternoon. I went to Singing School evening fine. A great storm last night. Thunder very heavy and much rain.

Tuesday, April 20, 1869.

A Rainy day. I do not feel well It seems so very warm, not doing much today. The girls came home.

Wednesday, April 21,1869.

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Thursday, April 22, 1869.

Went to Mrs Anne Kipps in afternoon Teacher's Meeting their in the evening Making up a report for (A???) Meeting which was to have been next Sunday but was laid over till another week. I cannot get the Reports ready sooner. A loud night late when we got home.

Friday, April 23, 1869.

Clouds & sunshine contend for the mastery the grass begins to look green. The Spring is back - ward. busy cleaning & a lovely moonlight night

Saturday, April 24, 1869.

Went to Covenant Meeting today walked after. day pleasant. rain tonight. Elder Patton here. It is time I was in bed

Good Night

SUNDAY, APRIL 25, 1869.

A lovely day looks and feels Spring like I went to Sunday School no regular lesson only four of my class present. Elder Patton preached Mr Mrs & Mips Van-decar came home with us to dinner so much work to do it hardly seemed like Sunday felt very tired at night. Jasper went over to Cooly Pond House to help organize a S.S. Thurs.

MONDAY, APRIL 26, 1869.

Another fine day feel very well. and Emma is better too she has one double tooth through. It takes most of this time to do the house-work I do not get much time to sew. Am re modeling my silk dresses. Making an underskirt of my grey silk and an over-dress of my black silk. with a basquin & hood.

TUESDAY, APRIL 27, 1869.

Rained a little I sewed some got the hood to my suit done. The Last night of Jasper's Singing School. I did not go. Mr & Mrs Young to tea.

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 28, 1869.

A lovely day. worked in the garden all day. got very tired but the improvement made more than repays for Labour expended. Nature is no niggard {defined by Collins dictionary as a stingy or ungenerous person - originating from Old Norse "to be poor"}. Rain in the evening. no School Mr Murray buried today

THURSDAY, APRIL 29, 1869.

Rainy Morning. quite cold. cleared up before noon. Sewed some finis hid by basquin. it looks nice and bright went to Teacher's Meeting at the School House a very pleasant Meeting Officers nominated for the ensuing year everything agreeable Late when we got home

FRIDAY, APRIL 30, 1869.

A fine day. have felt so well. Washing & cleaning all day so tired I could hardly sit up in the evening

SATURDAY, MAY 1, 1869.

Rainy & cold. Mother sick.

SUNDAY, MAY 2, 1869.

A cold rainy morning Our Sabbath School Annual Meeting not many out. A quiet pleasant meeting all the old officers were re-elected. I walked home after school. No prayer Meeting

MONDAY, MAY 3, 1869.

Went to Woodstock Jasper, Clara, and I got medicine for Clara called at the Drs got some Verbena slips called at Hellen's and at Mrs Bates. got some flower seeds. very tired a hard days work. Our new girl came today. Maggie Blair A cold day.

TUESDAY, MAY 4, 1869.

a little warmer. Maggie sick and gone home. Jane came and finished washing. made a straw tick for the new bed stead, am very tired tonight. Lottie and Somers are here I am too tired to go down. wrote to Dr. Wm about the medicine must go down and get Emma and go to bed

WEDNESAY, MAY 5, 1869.

A pleasant day Jasper went to Brantford. Mrs Beamer's baby died this morning I went up this afternoon staid and helped make the shroud. Tis a sweet looking little thing in its marble stillness. "O who hath stood him oer The Ee's the first day of life hath fled The first dark day of nothingness The Last of danger & distress. Before decay's effacing fingers Hath swept the lives where beauty lingers {lingers written over the word beauty} Hath marked the mild angelic air The beauty of repose thats there. {Poem edited/quoted from Lord Byron's "The Giaour"}

THURSDAY, MAY 6, 1869.

Bold wind. very cold and dry for this season made the over dress for my suit. I did not go to the funeral went to Teacher's Meeting in the evening. late getting home. A committee appoint to select lessons for the coming year. I am on

FRIDAY, MAY 7, 1869.

Lutie went this morning we miss her much made a pr {pair} of pillow ticks and the waist to my suit.

Saturday, May 8, 1869.

put in the sleeves made a belt and finished up the waist & sleeves done some mending. a fine day. Mr McGern and Hiram Green to tea Hiram went home on a late train. Have finished up my weeks work

Sunday, May 9, 1869.

A fine day. A full Sabbath School everything arranged agreeably, the old teachers all re-elected Mother has the first class. Received a petition from some of my boys to teach them in the afternoon at the other school-feel grateful to them went to the South Schoolin afternoon a full house 100 present. So far a decided success. am very tired at night

Monday, May 10, 1869.

Not very well today washing day. put in a few garden seeds

Tuesday, May 11,1869.

A warm day. Working on my grey silk skirt put the flounces on. Mrs Bastedo to tea The committee to select the Sabbath School lessons met here. Mr. Levis, Mrs Bastedo Mrs McIntyre Jasper and myself.after ten before we got through agreeable consultation

WEDNESDAY, MAY 12, 1869.

Have not felt well today. up so Late Last night Jasper not well very warm. put in some seeds. Balsam, French pinks & Candy Tuft

THURSDAY, MAY 13, 1869.

RAINY. Pa and Ma away. finished my garden. all my seeds in. just in time for the rain. everything will grow now. Did not dew much today. Jasper sick went to Teacher's Meeting in the evening walked up in the rain and then not enough present to do buisiness. felt vexed Meeting adjourned till next Thursday evening at School House

FRIDAY, MAY 14, 1869.

Still rainy. how fast everything grows looks like another world. Not very well finished my suit am so glad it has been a long job but I think will look well making soap. Soap & salt and the cares of life. Jasper still unable to do any thing.

SATURDAY, MAY 15, 1869.

Cloudy with now and then a little rain. soap making, ironing, and very busy all the forenoon. went down to Mrs Landon's in the afternoon. Took Dora and Clara. got some flower roots. daisies, violets. and Petunias Set them out in the evening cold.,after the children in bed and all through with my work looked over my S.S. Lesson

SUNDAY, MAY 16, 1869.

Rainy forenoon notwithstanding this was a good full school. 5 of my class present good lesson Jasper not able to go out in the morning he went to the Cooley Pond School in the afternoon. I did not go.

MONDAY, MAY 17, 1869.

Memoranda. Hat & trimming. Nellie my hat. See Dr. tell him about weiting to Toledo. Pins minded. Price bibles. Went to Woodstock very cold. Took Clara saw Dr.Wm. got my hat also one for Nellie called at Mrs Fowler's and Henrietta's got home about 6 o'clock tired enough.

TUESDAY, MAY 18, 1869.

Not as cold as yesterday washing day, all day I have to help Maggie with it. she is young have been very busy all day. am tired but have felt better to day than I have for a few days. Cloudy day but pleasant like rain tonight. Jasper getting better. Clara much better. Emma's teeth trouble her. I must go to bed.

WEDNESDAY, MAY 19, 1869.

Cold for this time of year. Cut out pants for Walter Mrs Ward will make them cut a dress for Maggie & got it pretty well along I could get a good deal of sewing done if I could get down to it and not do much else. but it tires me very much I always want to do so much in so short a time.

THURSDAY, MAY 20, 1869.

Finished Maggie's dress it fits nicely. trimmed a hat for myself and made rosetts for my slippers. went to Teacher's Meeting in the evening. 10 present the Committee's report respecting a course of lessons was recieved nothing unpleasant occurred. A beautiful night bright moonlight.

FRIDAY, MAY 21, 1869.

Still cold and cloudy cut a wrapping for Nellie and have got it more that half made Have worked very hard. My head, eyes, and shoulders rebel tonight

SATURDAY, MAY 22, 1869.

Finished Nellie's wrapper today more than I expected to do went to Covenant Meeting did not feel it as interesting meeting as usual. so a busy week has ended. Elder Patton here.

SUNDAY, MAY 23, 1869.

A warm lovely day, went to Sabbath School Mother goes now too. My class all present. good lesson. May God bless my boys. Elder Patton preached. Communion more than usual present in the afternoon went to Cooley Pond School taught Mrs Bastedo's Class of young ladies good lesson. 135 present exceeds our most sanguine expectations.

MONDAY, MAY 24, 1869.

A great day today. Queen's birth-day. Quite a number of the children came in the morning brought their dinners had a picnic at noon in the afternoon many more came and before evening there was quite a gathering children a good many young people and a few old ones. games. running. jumping fire crackers, torpedoes and fun generally was the order of the day. we had a number to tea. biscuits & pickles wer suppiled to all the rest, and by ten oclock all had gone well pleased I think with the day.

TUESDAY, MAY 25, 1869.

by warm, Washing day at it all day. tired but not suffering. began to wean Emma today she is 15 months old. went to bed with her Papa

WEDNESDAY, MAY 26, 1869.

Making a dress for Dora. Mrs Bastedo came in the evening. We made out a list of lessons for the S.S. worked at it till midnight.

THURSDAY, MAY 27, 1869.

Rained in the evening, I did not go to Teacher's Meeting., working at Emmas Dora's {written above Emma} dress. made out two lesson lists. it makes a good deal of writing

FRIDAY, MAY 28, 1869.

Rained all day. finished Dora's dress & Cape. Made out some more Lesson Lists

SATURDAY, MAY 29, 1869.

A damp dull day. Cut out a dress for Dora got it partly made. finished writing out the lesson lists. looked over my Sabbath Lesson.

SUNDAY, MAY 30, 1869.

A fine warm morning attended S.S. My class all present except one. Good full School. We all except Dora came home. Mr Moshie's preached. went to S.S. in afternoon. rained all the time. I taught Mrs McIrvine's class, 118 present. All are in bed but me. Little Emma is pretty well weaned and is trying to go to sleep sucking her thumb.

MONDAY, MAY 31, 1869.

A long busy washing day. Made the waist of Dora's dress was very tired at night.

TUESDAY, JUNE 1, 1869.

Mother, Jasper and I went to Brantford a comfortable day but such a long road. got Nellie's dresses. done very well got very tired

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 2, 1869.

Am not vey well fixed my bonnet. trimmed hats for Nellie, Dora & Clara. sewed on Dora's dress in the afternoon trimmed the cape.

THURSDAY, JUNE 3, 1869.

A nice day. Pa & Newton gone fishing Making a water proof for myself. Mrs Hale and Mrs Landon came to dinner. staid till towards evening. failed consequently to finish my water proof but tis always a pleasure to have Mrs Landon come. Jasper not well I did not go to Teacher's Meeting. Mr Shirk called.

FRIDAY, JUNE 4, 1869.

Rain to-day. Sewing all day. have the Machine up-stars finished my water-proof all but button holes and got a pr {pair}of pants for Jasper nearly done am very tired Jasper sick not able to work.

SATURDAY, JUNE 5, 1869.

Cloudy morning. Jasper, Nellie and Dora went to Woodstock in the afternoon. Mr Smith came home with them I cleaned my room in the morning. finished the Pants made a vest for Jasper wrote out two lesson lists and looked over the S. S. lesson. Feel I have done a large day's work. am tired.

SUNDAY, JUNE 6, 1869.

Cold but day fine went to S.S. 6 of my Class present. lesson 2 chapter Exodus Mr Smith came with us to dinner and in the afternoon we all except Gran ma and Newton went to the Cooley Pond School. Emma was real good. I taught Mrs Ryder's class. 130 present. Good School. Jasper took Mr Smith up to Mr Ware's.

MONDAY, JUNE 7, 1869.

Washing day. got through in good time. Made the button holes on my water proof lengthened a dress for Clara.

TUESDAY, JUNE 8, 1869.

A busy day fined a dress for Clara. made collars for Walter and one for myself. made two waists for Dora and cut out a pattern for an over skirt for Dora.

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 9, 1869.

A nice day rather cool and windy very busy all the morning ironing & finishing up some pieces of sewing Jasper & Nellie went to Woodstock. Clara went to School. Mrs Landon came up about noon. in the afternoon we Mrs L. & I went to Mr Burns had a pleasant afternoon took tea with them. Mr Burns garden looked very nice. In the evening got my things ready for going away in the morning.

THURSDAY, JUNE 10, 1869.

A dark, damp, cloudy morning and some rain got ready to go to Townsend waited till about 8'oclock on account of rain. rained a little after we started but about 10 o'clock cleared up. Jasper Nellie Clara and I Walter came as far as Scotland {very small town on the way to Townsend}. stopped at Mr Merrits to dinner. 6 gentlemen from Woodstock on their way to the Association stopped also Got to Uncle John's about 5 o'clock safely but tired rained in the evening and O! so cold.

Friday, June 11, 1869.

Very cold for this time of year we need as much clothes as in winter almost.Having attended the meeting this morning heard Mr Bates preach a few or the others read and now we are at a Mr. Clovis to dinner plenty of room and everything very clean, and lots to eat- attended the afternoon session Mr McLaurin spoke on "Foreign Missions". Dr Tybe on "Red River Exploration" & Mr Lloyd about the papers. 101 dollars raised for Red River. Nearly 910.60 for Foreign Missions".

Saturday, June 12, 1869.

A very comfortable day attended the morning & afterb=noon Sessions of the Association.House very crowded all the time Dr Type presented the claims of the Institute Raised in money and pledges over $62.00. took dinner at Mr Clark's rained a little while after dinner.Fine this afternoon Mr Chesney preached. Mr Henderson presented thr Church Edifice Society Collection& 12.12. Waterford Association ends. Next year's meet at Springford.

Sunday, June 13, 1869.

A rainy Sabbath morning. waited till 9 oclock& went to Waterford. was at the S.S. about an hour not very many children out. Mr Kershaw preached good sermon. Mr. Haviland spoke a little. Went to a Mr Parny's to dinner heard Mr Kershaw again in afternoon, wentto Mr Robinson's to tea. Went to Mr Woodley's in the evening to hear some music. rained. have so wished to be at home today with my own class & children.

Monday, June 14, 1869.

Cold and cloudy left Uncle John's about 9 o'clock. took dinner at Mrs Scott's, Walter's Mother, a lone widow. got home about 5 o'clock very glad indeed. found all well. Emma glad to see her Mama & Clara.

Tuesday, June 16, 1869.

Washing day. helped Maggie some. Made an apron for myself took up the carpets upstairs. feel as if I must make up for the time spent in visiting. Rainy & cold. Mrs. Starr came on the evening train called a few minutes

Wednesday, June 16, 1869.

A cold morning rained a little bit but cleared up before dinner. Newton and Nellie went to Woodstock. Cleaning house all day. very tired.bath with Emma.

Thursday, June 17, 1869.

A lovely morning I hope we may have some fair weather now Sewed most of the day. attended Teacher's Meeting.

Friday, June 18, 1869.

Cleaning all the forenoon in the dining room Will Cooper came on the 11 o'clock train. had intended to have milk for dinner. but had to go to work & cook dinner he left on the last evening train. Did not sew much today.

Saturday, June 19, 1869.

A fine day. Had Maggie clean up her room as she goes home today and we do without her. finished the upper skirt of Dora's dress but failed to complete the dress entire. Elder Patton came. Went to Covenant Meeting not many out. Emma not well.

Sunday, June 20, 1869.

A rainy morning but cleared up for Sabbath School. 7 of my class present. Elder Patton preached an excellent sermon "Mary hath chosen that good path which shall never be taken from her". Communion went to the afternoon School. helped Mrs Ryder in her class. truly has been a busy day.

MONDAY, JUNE 21, 1869.

Jane came to help us. Washing-day. I worked in the garden all the forenoon & washed all the afternoon.

TUESDAY, JUNE 22, 1869.

A nice day. quite cool. we got the ironing all done get along very well doing our own work. only will not get much sewing done. I finished Dora's suit it has been a good deal of work but looks well now it is done. Emma has a bad cough.

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 23, 1869.

Company to-day. Uncle James. & John's wife spent the afternoon and staid to tea. besides them Mr & Mrs Vandecar to tea, made a good deal of work. I done a little mending. weather almost too cool for comfort. Ive begun to think Emma is getting whooping cough.

THURSDAY, JUNE 24, 1869.

Sill very cool. A long forenoon Ive got the work done up so early. made button holes in a night dress for Nellie. finished up my work's mending got ready to go out in the afternoon but a little rain prevented us. went to Teacher's Meeting 6. present.

FRIDAY, JUNE 25, 1869.

Cold this morning Jane did not come so I have had the cleaning to do. got on very well with it. only of course got pretty tired. made an apron too for Emma. the machine works very well. it is a great help. Mr {Lrott?} spent the evening.

SATURDAY, JUNE 26, 1869.

A rainy morning. Dora is so disapointed She and Bell were to visit Mrs Ryder today. They were to go on Saturday before, and it rained another time Mrs Ryder was away, and another time Bell was sick I wish they could go. About 11 o'clock I let them go. it rained a little continued raining all the day am afraid they will get wet. made an apron for Emma and got up the Sabbath School lesson rained hard in the evening

SUNDAY, JUNE 27, 1869.

A very rainy day. Jasper Pa, Walter, & I walked to Sabbath School in the morning. but few out and not more at preaching. Went to S.S. in the afternoon 100 present. prety well for much a rainy day. I taught Mr McIrvine's class. Dora came home with us she got very wet yesterday and is not well. Mrs Bastedo came home with us. rained hard all the evening.

MONDAY, JUNE 28, 1869.

Still rainy this morning but looks as if it might clear up. Dora must stay from school till she is better. Emma coughed very hard last night.

TUESDAY, JUNE 29, 1869.

Still rainy. filled a pr of pillows and fixing feathers all the forenoon a miserable job sewed some in the afternoon.

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 30, 1869.

A clear day. School examination Dora went to School Newton & Clara went up in the afternoon. I have been cleaning all day. expected a girl to help but she did not come.

THURSDAY, JULY 1, 1869.

Dominion day Pa took the children to Princeton in the morning. All but Nellie & I went to a pic nic in the afternoon Ive put down carpets all day. very tired worked in garden a little in the evening

FRIDAY, JULY 2, 1869.

A busy day. put down the dining room carpet. Jane to help the house cleaning all done. Thanks be.

SATURDAY, JULY 3, 1869.

A rainy morning Frank came on the morning train as usual a busy day.

SUNDAY, JULY 4, 1869.

Warm and pleasant I attended morning School 5 of my class present.Came home before close of School. got dinner Dr called. left medicine for Emma. Pa appointed in my place to go to the {ineligible} {cition?}. went to afternoon School. 140 present. helped Mrs Ryder. Somers & Lottie came down in the eve Mrs Bastedo came in a little while. feel I have but poorly spent this Sabbath day.

MONDAY, JULY 5, 1869.

Warm and pleasant Washing day. Mary Campbell to help Emma's cough better Dora does not go to School on account of cough.

TUESDAY, JULY 6, 1869.

A fine day. Jasper & Mr Harley went in the buggy to Convention Pa, Ma, Mrs Bastedo and Mr-McIntyre went by train. Frank went too. A busy morning getting them all ready quite a quiet house. Ive ironed and sewed a little.

WEDNESDAY, JULY 7, 1869.

Warm. Do not feel well. Pa and Mrs Bastedo came in the evening train. Jasper came late at night. rained hard before he got home.

THURSDAY, JULY 8, 1869.

Not well today. Mother came on the evening train. Gussie Hull here A rainy forenoon and rainy evening we have a great deal of rain I transplanted a few Balsams & stock roses and pinks am fine now.

FRIDAY, JULY 9, 1869.

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SUNDAY, JULY 11, 1869.

A pleasant day. attended School in the morning. then Jasper & I came home brought the Melodeon to take over to the South School. Mr Parsons, Mrs Bastedo & Gussie to dinner. all went to afternoon School 120 present. I taught Mrs Ryder's class.

MONDAY, JULY 12, 1869.

A pleasant day. Mother Newton & Emma out to dinner. I done most of the housework and sewed Some.

TUESDAY, JULY 13, 1869.

I washed to-day the girl disapointed us. I got very tired Dora helped me some

WEDNESDAY, JULY 14, 1869.

Warm weather. The first day in some time it has not rained. A letter from Lissa I do not feel very well. made a pr of pants for Grand Pa. Tired.

THURSDAY, JULY 15, 1869.

A very warm day Went to Wolverton to spend the day took all the children with me went with old Jess and the buggy. found Mrs Wolverton sick unable to do anything. Lizzie Davson there to help Aunt Eliza came a little while. Saw an old Sabbath School scholar of mine and Miss Logan. home late it rained and delayed us two hours. The boys well. working in the hay.

FRIDAY, JULY 16, 1869.

Cleaning &c {etc} most of the day. Made a vest for Walter after 4 o'clock

SATURDAY, JULY 17, 1869.

A busy day Elder Patton came. I did not go to Covenant Meeting.

SUNDAY, JULY 18, 1869.

A warm day. went to Morning School. 8- of my class present. feel much discouraged at times. there seems so little good effected. God forbid that the instruction they receive should only prove a "saviour of death unto death". Elder Patton preached. Communion, went to afternoon School 125 present. I taught Mrs Bastedo's class. 20 young ladies here want more teachers. May the "Lord of the harvest send more labourers."

MONDAY, JULY 19, 1869.

A warm day but no very hot weather yet this season. no one to wash today so I got a nice lot of sewing done. Made a vest for Newton & done some other jobs of sewing left over from last week. Alice went home after tea.

TUESDAY, JULY 20, 1869.

A rainy morning

WEDNESDAY, JULY 21, 1869.

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FRIDAY, JULY 23, 1869.

Nellie Dora & I went to Elder Patton's got a fine lot of Cherries. day pleasant good visit. they are all so kind. A fearful thunderstorm at night we drove very hard and just got home about two minutes before it rained very hard. The lightning and thunder was fearful. I was never out when it was so dreadful Nellie was much frightened I was too till I found she was afraid then I felt I must be calm and really was so God mercifully brought us safely through.

SATURDAY, JULY 24, 1869.

Working at fruit all day. Cherries, gooseberries, and black currants

SUNDAY, JULY 25, 1869.

A warm day. heard last night Miller {Kipp?} and his hust and here in Woodstock. he poor fellow is almsot dead with consumption and Miller has brought him home to die Attended both Schools

MONDAY, JULY 26, 1869.

Put up some fruit today. Currants and raspberries.

TUESDAY, JULY 27, 1869.

A woman to wash. Newton & Nellie went to Mr Vandecar's for cherries. got about a bushel. a busy day, as usual.

WEDNESDAY, JULY 28, 1869.

A rainy forenoon. bad weather for harvesting we pitted and put up about a bushel of cherries baking too. buys times in the afternoon Jasper and I went up to see Miller's husband: he was a raving maniac and poor Nellie almost heart broken. tis a sad house May God in mercy comfort and support in affliction

THURSDAY, JULY 29, 1869.

A real cold day. had fire to sit by. The children cough a good deal. Put up cherries & raspberries today Wrote to Lissa and sent her some patterns. Saved some for Nellie Dr Kneal quieter today

FRIDAY, JULY 30, 1869.

Pa & Ma went to Mr Radford's Clara went with them. We done a good deal of sewing. Making aprons. one for Dora too for Nellie one for Mother & one for my self they brought home a nice lot of cherries

SATURDAY, JULY 31, 1869.

A busy day putting up fruit again made an apron for Emma.

SUNDAY, AUGUST 1, 1869.

A fine day. attended morning school good attendance. Mr Landon preached. Sam Radford over. Jenny Martin to dinner. all went to afternoon School. 154 present. No lesson heard the report of the delegates who attended the Ingersol convention. some good speeches. music, full house and upon the whole a very successful meeting may good come of it I so tired at night the "spirit is willing but flesh is weak"

MONDAY, AUGUST 2, 1869.

Nellie & Newton went to Brantford. a busy day. baking, choring did not feel well. rain in the evening

TUESDAY, AUGUST 3, 1869.

began Nellie's green silk dress today {ineligible} to Emma. a fine day.

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 4, 1869.

Working at Nellie's dress getting on very well. rainy a plus for the crops.

THURSDAY, AUGUST 5, 1869.

Went to Woodstock Pa, Jasper, Walter, Dora and I all but Ma went to the Show of Animals which they pronounced to be good. I had ten teeth extracted and did not feel like going so staid at Mrs Cots and rested. I am so glad my teeth are out I have dreaded it these two years.

FRIDAY, AUGUST 6, 1869.

My face painful today. finished Nellie's silk dress.

SATURDAY, AUGUST 7, 1869.

Cut out a white dress for Nellie sewed some. disapointed in not going to Woodstock

SUNDAY, AUGUST 8, 1869.

A pleasant day pretty warm. attended morning School, had a full class. lesson 5 Ch Romans. heard Mr Sherk preach walked home. Sammy Radford over. attended afternoon School. a large class. full School. Lesson 12. Exodus. two important lessons today.

MONDAY, AUGUST 9, 1869.

Went to Woodstock got my teeth they are not very comfortable. Sewed in the afternoon

Tuesday, August 10, 1869.

A warm day Nellie went up and brought down Aunt & Lottie to spend the day. Newton very bad Pa sick. I finished Nellie's white alpacca dress all but the braid I am glad it is off my hands.

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 11, 1869.

A warm day no rain for a week. nice weather for farmers to get in their grain wrote to Alonzo. fixing over Nellie's Merino dress. Mrs Bastedo came down in the evening. Emma not well.

THURSDAY, AUGUST 12, 1869.

A warm day. worked in the garden all the forenoon. Ironed some after dinner. Sewed on Nellie's dress rest of the time. have not got it quite done. Emma not well today. Nellie went to Woodstock and took Clara. Mrs James Kipp's baby died this morning.

FRIDAY, AUGUST 13, 1869.

Sister came on the evening train.

SATURDAY, AUGUST 14, 1869.

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SUNDAY, AUGUST 15, 1869.

Attended Morning School. Elder Patton preached taught a class of young ladies in the afternoon

MONDAY, AUGUST 16, 1869.

Began a traveling quil for Nellie

TUESDAY, AUGUST 17, 1869.

working at the dress

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 18, 1869.

I sewed all day

THURSDAY, AUGUST 19, 1869.

Emma came.

FRIDAY, AUGUST 20, 1869.

worked on the dress. Not very well.

SATURDAY, AUGUST 21, 1869.

Sewed steadily all day. very tired.

SUNDAY, AUGUST 22, 1869.

Attended Morning School. good lesson heard Mr Sherk preach. went to Afternoon School taught part of Mrs Ryder's class.

MONDAY, AUGUST 23, 1869.

Finished Nellie's traveling quit. it is very handsome. Went to Princeton called at Mrs Landon's Pa not well. Newton poorly. Telegraphed to Mifs Anderson not to come

TUESDAY, AUGUST 24, 1869.

Went to Brantford Jasper, Emma. and I, took dinner at Mr Snider's. got about all the things we wanted. Late home very warm. Jasper not well.

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 25, 1869.

A very warm day Have been very busy. fixed Nellie's black silk dress and a number of other little jobs. Dr Kneal died last night.

THURSDAY, AUGUST 26, 1869.

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FRIDAY, AUGUST 27, 1869.

Emma and Lester went to Woodstock took Clara & Charly I sewed on Nellie's traveling wrapper.

SATURDAY, AUGUST 28, 1869.

Cleaned up the parlor. sewed a little.

SUNDAY, AUGUST 29, 1869.

Newty came over in the evening he preached in Wolverton in the morning. I was so surprised did not know he even contemplated such a thing may God direct him Mr Landon preached this morning. good sermon.

MONDAY, AUGUST 30, 1869.

Baking today.

TUESDAY, AUGUST 31, 1869.

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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1869.

Willie Lewis was buried today. I went up to the house in the morning with some flowers for the coffin. Frank came this morning. I was very busy baking all the afternoon Jasper & Emma went to Woodstock

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1869.

Nellie's wedding day. weather delightful all the invited guests came and everything went off pleasantly 18 sat down to dinner. all went off pleasantly as a marriage will". Julia Anderson came on the morning train. Mr Kirby on the 11. Mr & Mrs Anderson left on the 5 o'clock train I was by tired at night

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1869.

A dull day indeed a calm after the storm a quiet after the bustle and we all feel by stupid. Mother & Emma went up to Aunt Maria's. {John's?} went away

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1869.

A lovely day. Many sick went home. Emma Lester and I. called on Jenny Hersey and Mrs Landon. Mr. Sherk to tea. Late before I got through with my work not ready for the Sabbath.

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1869.

A pleasant day attended morning Sabbath School and afternoon School

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1869.

A very busy day we are all tired out washing, ironing, baking and cooking. Dora and Clara went to School.

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1869.

A rainy day. Emma Lester and Charly went away, the house seems very lonely. Do not feel like setting myself out any work.

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1869.

Rain all day have ironed and cleaned some getting the rooms up stairs in order again

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1869.

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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1869.

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SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1869.

Sick.

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1869.

Did not feel able to go to S.S. I went to preaching Elder Patton gave a good sermon. Went to afternoon School a large class. feel better for going out

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1869.

Not very strong Mrs Lybersties to wash a by busy day & so tired at night I could hardly get up stairs. put.

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1869.

Cut up some fruit today ironed too

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBERR 15, 1869.

Putting up fruit all day Canned plums pickled plums and pears and preserved plums & pears. rained in afternoon Pa, Jasper, Newton and Walter to Woodstock Jasper & I drove to Mrs Landon's in the evening. a fine moonlight evening. The anniversary of our Wedding day. 11 years of married life quiet happy years

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1869.

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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1869.

Warm weather cut and made a scarlet merino sack for Clara.

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1869.

A warm day sewing a little a lovely night.

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1869.

A very warm day hardly has been a warmer this Summer. went to morning School good lesson. and altentine class. went to afternoon School. very tired. good attendance Mr Mc Lean preached at 4 o'clock. Late when we got home. I was very tired. could not sleep. I's so much effort required on the Sabbath. tis not a day of rest to me. so much real hard work

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1869.

A very warm day. put up some fruit made crab apple marmalade. Was so very tired at night.

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1869.

A very busy day. putting up fruit and finished the ironing, In the evening I wrote to Nellie and Jasper wrote to Frank. Did not retire till Late. A letter from Herman they will be here Thursday also one from John Thomas a good earnest Christian letter. May he be kept in the narrow way.

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1869.

A nice day. we are having delightful weather cleaned up my room in the morning. after dinner got ready. got Clara from School on my way went up to Aunt's. made a call. took them some fruit. came back to Mr Kipp's. spent the afternoon and took tea with Millie. Called at Mrs Rutherford's got home about dark.

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1869.

Pa Jasper and Dora went to the Fair at London Cloudy and like rain during most of the forenoon but cleared up by noon and the sun shone beautifully. Such a lot of people here to dinner. Herman, Lissa two of their girls, Mr & Mrs Rustling and a little boy came about 11 oclock. I was just cleaning the Kitchen in a litile while old Mr & Mrs Fitch came. 9 in all after dinner we had a visit and some music they went away about 3.oclock. A real good old-fashioned visit

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1869.

A fine day. Made a winter hat for myself

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1869.

Dora, Emma and I went to Wolverton called at Alonzo's took Ida and Eva and went to Aunt Eliza's to dinner. rained when it ceased raining we all went to Alonzo's staid a little while & I started for home. rained nearly all the way brought Ida with me. got home a little after 3-o'clock. Mrs Wolverton away. Mrs Bogart there. did not see Newty.

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1869.

A cloudy, cold day. very good Morning School Our School this Summer has not been as full as last season. I am afraid the interest is declining a little O! for a time of "refreshing from the presence of the Lord." Mr Landon preached a good instructive sermon all here to dinner and all went to the afternoon School a very interesting School. Mr Landon spoke very nicely on the lesson. I think all were interested May good come of it.

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1869.

O so cold this morning Lissa, Herman, Emma, Newty & Miss Bagart Came in the forenoon all to dinner a busy day. had not much time to visit with any of them. Newty & Lissa B. went away about 3. afterwards I trimmed Ida's & Emma's hats. we had tea and got ready for the evening Meeting Herman preached quite a number out very good sermon.

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1869.

Cold: Mr & Mrs Rustling came, helped fix a dress for Lissa a good warm cloth dress for traveling. Jasper gave each of her children a nice bible and gave Lissa some little clothes for her little Clara. they went away after dinner I feel very sad at parting with Lissa my only sister, May the Lord direct them and be precious to them in their new home in Kansas.

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1869.

A fine day a little warmer. went up to Aunt Maria's to help Lottie with her dresses a little cut out and fittied too she is making up her bridal outfit. took Emma with me Pa went to Woodstock

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1869.

A warm day getting quite warm again Washing day. very busy got considerable of the ironing done. put up some plums. feel very tired Newton very bad. Dora and Clara both at School. Emma dreadfully mischievous

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1869.

A beautiful day. I made a hat for Dora. it does not suit me. Made up the 12.6, accounts in the afternoon and cleaned the kitchen in the evening. how the days come & go. busy days. happy days. sad days. quiet days and inquiet days quickly come and as quickly go. what is the record they leave? By & by, twill be last days, and then the "Judgement day"

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1869.

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MONDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1869.

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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1869.

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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1869.

A pleasant Autumn day cool but bright The trees are putting on their richest, dress shaded of all colours all blended in an harmonious whole, how beautiful it all is. Took Dora and Emma with me, and went to make calls. took dinner at Mrs Ryder's. called at Mr R, Thomas {Binsn's?} & Ollivers, had a pleasant day. & got home in very good time.

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1869.

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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1869.

A lovely day. warm and bright. No one could want a finer day Drumbo Fair. we all went but Gran ma, Dora and Emma. Called and got Mr & Mrs Landon and Jeremy. A great many people there but I did not think the Show as good as it usually has been. saw most of the friends I was anxious to see got home in good time and not so tired as some times I am

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1869.

A nice Morning but cold and rainy in the evening I did not go to Covenant Meeting but was very busy indeed at home. Elder Patton and Lottie to dinner. I was very tired at night but sat up an hour to look over my Sabbath lessons.

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1869.

A pleasant Sabbath day we have had by favourable weather this summer for our Sabbath work. God has smiled upon us in that respect I had a good lesson in the morning. full attentive Class. Elder Patton preached. Mr & Mrs Vandecan & 3 children came home with us. A full house in the afternoon and excellent School

MONDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1869.

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TUESDAY, OCTOBBER 12, 1869.

A bright morning but cold. Little Allie Taunton here went to Mr Thyne's Picnic in the after noon O! Is cold was glad when I got home.

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1869.

Cold a heavy frost Last night. Granpa & Gram ma went away to Woodstock I had a nice quiet busy day. Newton kept shop. Jasper, Walter & Dora gathered apples and Clara Emma and I kept house. I ironed and fixed Dora's blue dress. Walter's uncle came will stay over night. I am very tired.

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1869.

A rainy Morning.

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1869.

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SUNDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1869.

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Jasper went for the Dr this morning for Newton he is very sick.

TUESDAY, OCTOBBER 19, 1869.

Newton still very bad.

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1869.

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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1869.

Jasper went to Woodstock to attend the Convention Meeting tonight. I should like to have gone but could not since Newton is so sick & the children to take care of.

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1869.

A busy day cleaning &c Newton still very sick Jasper got home about midnight last night Elder Patton came with him & leaves on the train this morning.

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1869.

A rainy day. Clara threatened with croup {infection in airway} have kept her in all day. finished Clara's scarlet Merino suit looked over my Sabbath School lessons. Newton better

SUNDY, OCTOBER 24, 1869.

A very cold day. Clara not able to go out side because she could not go to Sunday School I had a good lesson Sammy Radford at School he walked 8 or 9 miles to attend this School. My he gain a blessing. Mr Landon preached O such an earnest practical sermon. wish there had been more to hear it. {Lizy?} & Jenny came home with us and went to the South School. good interesting School. O may a blessing follow each one.

MONDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1869.

A cold freezing quite hard Have done a good days work today. done considerable mending and wrote to Emma & Lissa. feel tired but satisfied with my days work.

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1869.

A very stormy day. cold and snowy Dora went to School I did not feel well during the forenoon head ache Ironed in the evening. Alonzo came on the evening train will stay over night A letter from Lolas {Yasl?}.

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1869.

Lotties' wedding day Pa & Ma went. Elder Patton came. Mr Huntsman to dinner wrote to Silas Towl in the evening. Alonzo went home this morning. Mrs Miller called

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1869.

Attended Teacher's Meeting at the School House only five present.

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1869.

Made a dress for Dora today. sewed very steadily. it fits nicely. am very tired.

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1869.

Cleaning, baking &c. Spent most of the afternoon in getting up by Sabbath School lessons. I feel I could spend profitably much more time, the faild expands & enlarges wonderfully. Truly God's word is a rich music if we would find the treasons we must day for them.

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1869.

A cold day roads wet & rough. Pa sick A good morning School my Class full. Lesson that "year of Jubilee" a good lesson. Clara and I walked home after School got dinner. A full School in the afternoon. the last lesson the School closes next Sunday. May it not have been in vain. I was very tired at night. glad to get the children to bed and rest a little.

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1869.

A lovely morning The sun shines and it is much warmer. began a skirt for Clara got it nearly done. toothache in the evening went to bed early.

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1869.

A fine day hope we may have some nice weather now. My tooth bad in the morning. kept Dora g home from School to help us. Mrs Landon and Miss Susie Birtch spent the day with us we had a pleasant visit. Jasper took them home after tea. I finished Clara's skirt this evening. It is almost ten o'clock I am the last one up. Must go now to rest. Good night.

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1869.

A lovely day. I went to Woodstock with Grand-pa. took dinner at Hellen's. Called at Dr. Lett's done a little shopping. The roads bad. a long ride home. found Mattir Bigges here. she came on the 11, oclock train.

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1869.

Another fine day, warm and bright. I got up very early this morning and did as much as I could before Mattie & I walked down to Mrs Landon's. we spent a very pleasant day there, and walked home again not very tired. Martha is such good company. had a little music this evening. It is raining quite hard. The children are all asleep. I must retire too.

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1869.

"Remember, Remember the fifth of November Tis gunpowder treason & plot I see no good reason Why gunpowder treason Should be forgot." {Gunpowder Plot, England 1605}

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1869.

Thrashers to-day

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1869.

The Cooley Pond Sundy {Sunday} School closed today, a great, good meeting house crowded, after the opening report &. Jasper was requested to vacate the chair. Elder Patton chairman. A flattering speech from Mr Harly a ccompanied the presentation of a beautiful book to Jasper & I. Then another speech and a book to Mrs Bastedo. also one to Jenny Martin. several speeches followed although it was late when the Meeting closed so interesting had been the exercises no one seemed tired.

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1869.

They finished thrashing today. a disagreeable job all finished.

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1869.

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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1869.

Rachels Muth's baby died today. A little boy about 2 years old he fell in a pail of hot water was dreadfully burned lived about 8 hours and died. I helped dress the burns he never rallied from the shock just sank away. I was there most of the day.

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1869.

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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1869.

The funeral I did not go. Elder Patton came.

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1869.

Not very well.

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1869.

I staid at home all day. A quarterly Meeting and no Sabbath School.

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1869.

A nice day. pretty cold very cold weather for the season. a great may {many} apples frozen the the trees turnips and carrots frozen in the ground.

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1869.

Jasper and I went to Brantford. started at half past five. Chilly going down. pleasant during the day began to storm when we got to Paris coming home and snowed & blewlew dreadfully all the way home. fortunately the storm came from the east so we did not suffer very much.

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1869.

A very stormy day snow and wind all day. Walter has gone. he goes to live with his Grand Mother. Jasper took him to Drumbo then he took the train have been cutting out today must begin to sew to-morrorw in earnest.

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1869.

I have made a sack for Clara to-day am very well pleased with it. am very tired. my head aches.

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1869.

have been working at Dora's Water proof today. have it all done but button holes. Uncle John Jacob and Dora came. It has snowed without ceasing all day.

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1869.

finished Dora's water proof. all except Gramma Newton Emma and I went to Woodstock for a sleigh ride a very busy day.

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1869.

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MONDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1869.

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TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1869.

My birthday I am 34. how fast we are growing old. Uncle John's went home. good sleighing washing day Dr Wm Scott called

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1869.

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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1869.

Jasper's birth day he is 35. Mary Jain and Lottie spend the evening with us

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1869.

Nellie came on the Morning train, brought presents for the children they are so delighted. a set of toy dishes for Dora and dolls for Clara and Emma. Dora's birthday she is ten years old.

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1869.

Mother Jasper Nellie and Clara went up to Aunts to tea I wrote to Emma

Sunday, November 28, 1869.

A lovely winter's day.

Monday, November 29, 1869.

A busy day washed ripped my merino dress to make over made Louis Brant

Tuesday, November 30, 1869.

Rain all day Made fried cake done some cleaning sewed in the afternoon on my Merino dress,

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1869.

The thaw over finished my Merino dress very tired sewing is hard work for me a letter from Emma they are not coming now.

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1869.

Cold today. sewing all day on Mother's dress and fitting Clara's

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1869.

A nice wintery day the sleighing lasts well with so little snow. finished Mother's dress.

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1869.

Very stormy. Went to Covenant Meeting Elder Patton Came.

SUNDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1869.

Cold. Nellie spent the day at Mrs Landons Mother and I drive down in the evening for her. I finished a dress for Clara. {Entire paragraph stroked out with two big X's.} A fine day. attended S.S. and then Elder Patton preached Went to the Cooley Pond to sing in the afternoon and to Mr Ryder's to Teacher's Meeting at Night.

MONDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1869.

A beautiful day just finishing up my washing when Mr & Mrs Secord Mifs Layande Mrs Brown & Mary Secord came. about 11 oclock. in the evening Somers, Milly, and Mrs Bastedo came. we had a large tea table party have been almost too tired to visit a cold night.

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1869.

Nellie spent the day at Mrs Landon's Mother and I drove down for her in the evening I finished a dress for Clara.

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1869.

A nice day. Nellie and Mother went Missionary Collecting today they did well I began a suit for Emma to-day cut out dress and sacks and got the dress nearly done. H. Miller Came out in the evening.

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1869.

Very steady winter weather. sleighing tolerable. not much snow but it does not thaw. I am very busy too busy to even write in my diary Christmas is coming so soon and I want to get my sewing done before then. to-day we have quilted a Comforter for Nellie. Jasper is up to David Beamer's making up School accounts tonight all are in bed but me I must go too.

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1869.

Another day has passed away. I have been busy as usual. Made a sack for Emma and this evening have done a good deal of cleaning. am not very tired either feel thankful it is so. rained a little Last night and seems warmer tonight. I am afraid we will lose our sleighing.

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1869.

Rainy and Misty Millie came on the 11 train. we quilted all the afternoon and evening and got the quilt done thanks to Millie's help. I swept and cleaned up in the evening. Another busy week has ended. we have decided to let Clara go home with Nellie shall be very busy to get her ready.

SUNDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1869.

Went to School this morning with the wagon Millie and Nellie did not go. rainy. heard Mr Sherk. preach Somers came in the afternoon for Millie Nellie went with them Newton bad. I walked up to Teacher's Meeting in the evening. got my feet wet. good meeting. very tired when I got home

MONDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1869.

Washing day. killed pigs. I went up to Mr Kipp's after Nellie and cleaned the kitchen in the evening. very tired.

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1869.

Jasper Nellie and I went to Brantford very cold going down done very well in getting what we wanted. found George, Emma and Charly here when we got home, they came on the evening train such a house full.

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1869.

Rain all day long very dismal out but comfortable + cheery in. Made a dress for Clara Newton very bad

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1869.

I have just done all I could this day. getting Clara ready. sewed till after Eleven we drove to Princeton in the afternoon I did not like to take the time but my head ached so badly I thought maybe I could work all the better when I came back and so it proved. A letter from Newton

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1869.

{It?} is a nice day not very cold our sleighing is all gone the waggons are swimming. Auntie went home and Aunt Emma abd Uncle George and Charlie Clara went home with Auntie we are very lonesome without her the house seems still without her. Dora It is very quiet since all have gone we shall miss Clara but it will be quieter here for Newton now he is so bad and suffers so much from noise May The Lord Keep her. A letter from Lissa

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1869.

A very busy day cold and icy cleaning baking & sewing got it all done although very tired Emma is very well and good natured only so very mischievous Elder Patton came in the evening.

SUNDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1869.

A cold day but pleasant we were so busy all day had no time to feel cold. Very good School in the morning. Elder Patton preached a good sermon went to the Cooley Pond to sing in the afternoon and Teacher's Meeting at Mr Philip Then as Large attendance as ever good Meeting. we all had tea there.

MONDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1869.

Very cold. washing all day. very tired. Elder Patton and Mr Ryder to tea.

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1869.

Cold and very stormy in the afternoon and evening. Emma sick all last night I did not get much rest and feel quite unstrung today. made a garmet velvet bonnet for myself. met in Committe at Mrs McIntyre's to select Sabbath School lessons

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1869.

A rainy day very dark & gloomy Emma still sick. done up considerable mending.

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1869.

Emma very sick all day. did not get much sewing done. weather cold and very icy. no sleighing yet.

FRIDAY, DDECEMBER 24, 1869.

A bright morning Emma still very sick

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1869.

Jasper Dora and I went to Wolverton Emma a little better and Mother urged me to go. a lovely day and wheeling fine we had a pleasant day only anxious about Emma.

SUNDAY, DDECEMBER 26, 1869.

Emma worse Jasper went for the Dr before S.S. I did not go to School. went up to the practise in the afternoon. Dr came while we were away left medicine for her. a beautiful day. I did not go to Teacher's Meeting. Emma very troublesome

MONDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1869.

Washing day. very busy all day coloured Jasper's coat wrote to Nellie

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1869.

Emma some better went North Missionary collecting in the afternoon. got $1. wrote to Lissa

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1869.

Sewing to-day wrote to father

unwell.

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1869.

Sewing. Staid with Mrs McIntyre most of the night.

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1869.

For Nellie {written sideways along left side, beside "ribbon," "Linen," and "Towels"}

4 1/2 Laco 85 3.82
85
{24?} at. 35. 2.97
.27
5 yds {Foiyer} of 3.13
sills 1 1/2 1.13
Buttons 25
ribbon 33
Linen 65
Towels 90. Ido 50. 1.40
" 80. Hoops 1.80
white trimming 0.87
Binding 15 Belt 15 0 30
{flls?} gymp 2.60
HPS Buttons 86
8 Linen 2/- Bread 60. 2.60
Buttons

MEMORANDA.

Wyds. $16. White's {written above line}Alpaca8/_ Cjreen $18. Parkers plain green $16

MEMORANDA.

Spring Govels. wanted 2 pr stockings for Dora Hat. sacks & parasol Stockings for Emma blue dress. Merino is delaine. Frilling. Hats coloured Boots & slippers {& slippers written above} for my self and slippers for Dora. Marseilles for an apron. blue sash for Dora and black for myself 2yds elastic Linen back satin crape for bonnet. Hair helt.

MEMORANDA

of Singing School

Jan 15th 12 Lessons given
19 13 " "
22 14 " "
30 15 " "
Feb 3rd 16 " "
6 17

CASH ACCCOUNT, JANUARY.

=== Recei ved. === === Pai d. ===
$ cts
1 Shoes for Dora 1 50
2 Received for
Bank 25 00
6. Making our Fur 3 00
11 Sold a cow 20 00
12 Messenger " 38
16 Sold " " 38 " -
18 Merino + Braid 1 31
18 Suit of clothes 25 00
Received for
Teaching SS 15 00
19 Sold Sheap 3 50
24 Missionary 0 25
29 " 1 50
" 55
"Hive" 42
Temple Choir __ __ 2 25
63. 88 36 16
36 16
27 72

CASH ACCCOUNT, FEBRUARY.

=== Recei ved. === === Pai d. ===
Forward 27 72
24 Aprons 1 33 " 50
Cotton 1/- 26 39 13
yarn 20
Bible Soagt . 50
1 33

Cash Account March=

Received Paid

Forward 26.39 6 Print Dress 2.18 1.50 Aprons 24.21 .50 Hair Net .18 2.18

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“Roseltha Goble Diary, 1869,” Rural Diary Archive, accessed November 30, 2020, https://ruraldiaries.lib.uoguelph.ca/transcribe/items/show/270.

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