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Albert E. Smith Diary, 1868-1869

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Sunday 14th

Stormy! Stormy! Oh! so stormy! - in fact the stormiest day we've had this year. Tom Clarke came out from Clifford last evening. He came to Church with us this morning. There was not a very large congregation present. After Church the teachers of the S.S. agreed not to hold any school as it would be too stormy for the children to attend. Mr Forster started to go

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