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Albert E. Smith Diary, 1868-1869

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is rather hilly. There is a good mill and a few other good houses in it. The bankrupt stock is a very good one. I cleared out and washed a window in the shop. Started from there at 4 (four) and got out before 7 (seven). It is 14 (fourteen) miles from Mt Ft

Wednesday 8

Was to start out to Ayton in the morning but the horses could' nt be found then. Started at 3 P.M. fetching a bed, stove &c. Rained about dark as I was going in to Ayton

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