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Albert E. Smith Diary, 1868-1869

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collecton: Don't like the office of Librarian very well.

It has been a most beautiful day--clear, the sky cloudless, and a bright sunshine all day. It is now after eight o-clock. I think i'll go to bed as I feel a little tired after last week's skating.

William, Henry, Alfred, Susannah, and Kate Sefton went to hear Mr. Murray preach to-night. Pa Ma George Clarke and I are at home.

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