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Roseltha Goble Diary, 1857-1858


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Yesterday Mr. Keefer called he is the only Gentleman I have seen belonging to Walsingham since I came here. I like to see him. Mr. Dunning was here too. What an infliction{?} his company is. I must write a letter this morning to Jo

Tuesday Sept. 29. Father returned from Blenheim last friday he brought me a letter from Em Goble she would have returned with him had not the Fair been so near at hand. It begins to look like Autumn. "Autumns of Flower." {illegible}! I am homesick this morning how foolish I am I will go to work and stop thinking, only I cant stop thinking What a strange world this is Sometimes all bright glorious sunshine & then clouds and gloom overshadow us.

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