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Albert E. Smith Diary, 1868-1869

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Wednesday 10

Oh! so changeable! the snow blowing and drifting enough to blind a person, while coming from school I was nearly blown away the wind was so strong. Yesterday the roads were sloppy the sun was so strong.

Thursday 11

Mamma and Papa went up 'to tea' to Mrs Yeomans. William, Harry, and Alf to a surprise party. so G. Clarke, Susan, Essian, Duke and I are alone. Am studying the 26th proposition of Geometry for to-morrow.

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