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Roseltha Goble Diary, 1857-1858

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"The Great Giver" for health, home, & frienbds. I pray God I may always have a grateful, thankful heart for all the rich blessings I enjoy.

This earth seems too beautiful to be the source of so much sin & sorrow - - - I would I could always feel trustful and happy as I do this morning. But the "heart is deceitful above all things and desperately wicked." I will strive to pray that I enter not into temptation.

Tuesday Sept. 11th It has been very warm for a week it seems as if by some freak of Nature August is in the place of September this year. Tis not like Autumn to-day. Last Saturday evening we were much surprized at the arrival of Uncle Asa Wolverton from Paris. Our friends occasionally find

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