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Albert E. Smith Diary, 1868-1869

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down in our load. The people seemed to enjoy themselves very well. The Free-masons laid the cornerstone of the new School House. Very nice cool day. Received a letter from G.W. Clarke; he is now in Florid with Sid.  
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down in our load. The people seemed to enjoy themselves very well. The Free-masons laid the cornerstone of the new School House. Very nice cool day. Received a letter from G.H. Clarke; he is now in Florida with Sid.  
  
 
== Sunday 4th July ==
 
== Sunday 4th July ==
 
Attended morning service. "Deviecer Noinummoc" my pupils recited very well in S. School. are getting along well. Robert was down to tea.
 
Attended morning service. "Deviecer Noinummoc" my pupils recited very well in S. School. are getting along well. Robert was down to tea.

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down in our load. The people seemed to enjoy themselves very well. The Free-masons laid the cornerstone of the new School House. Very nice cool day. Received a letter from G.H. Clarke; he is now in Florida with Sid.

Sunday 4th July

Attended morning service. "Deviecer Noinummoc" my pupils recited very well in S. School. are getting along well. Robert was down to tea.