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Albert E. Smith Diary, 1868-1869

Albert Smith_151.pdf

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qualified either in moral or practical sense; nor is such a miserable worm of my kind fit for such a high and holy office office as the first mentioned. As to the latter I would prefer being a Druggist if such may ever be the case. {Finis} Harry came home on Saturday last the 19ult I have not seen him yet as he with a number of other ladies and gents went to Clifford to-day.

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