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Roseltha Goble Diary, 1857-1858

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lives. God grant it may be a warning and admonishment to many. The same evening I received a letter from Lissa She had arrived in safety, I hope she may like her new home and be very, very happy in it. This evening I have written to her and also to Cousin Rachel. I am very tired and sleepy and must retire immediately. Good Night.

It is the Sabbath day so quiet, and peaceful. I love earnest quietude. Jassy & Newton are reading All are still. This calm, holy, Sabbath day. What a glorious {type?} of heavenly rest: Yesterday morning I wrote a letter to Aunt Eliza and in the evening I received one from Cousin Jo & one from Emma Goble, dear kind letters.

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