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Roseltha Goble Diary, 1857-1858

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Friday March 13th. Mr. Keefer called to-day. he seems like a very intelligent fine man. He has a mill somewhere not far from here. His family reside in Galt he says he could not for a moment think of bringing them here in this out of the way, outlandish place. I believe he is about right. It is five weeks ago to night since I came here, it seems much longer I get a little lonesome sometimes but such feelings are transient. The thing I mostly regret is the want of religious Society here. I more deeply regret it on account of my brothers, but an "All Wise" One ruleth, and what am I that I should m{illegible}. "I know all things shall work together for good." I have had a girl for a week, but I do not like her. She talks almost incessantly; I cannot stand it.

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