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Roseltha Goble Diary, 1857-1858

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old his name is Arthur Eugene. I have written to her & Cousin Mary this morning. I cannot quit scribbling my household duties claim my attention. I have got the slowest girl mortal was ever hindered with. 'Tis with difficulty I can tell sometimes whether she moves or not.

August 31st The last day of Summer. Another year will soon be numbered with the things that have been It has not been altogether an unhappy Summer Much of the time I have really enjoyed myself living here. This is a beautiful bright morning. All Nature is uttering a morning hymn of Praise to the "Author" of so much beauty. And thank God my heart is in unison with will The Glorious Thanksgiving Anthem. I thank

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