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Roseltha Goble Diary, 1867

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FEBRUARY SATURDAY 2, 1867.

A very stormy day. hail snow some rain and a great deal of wind. Washed Mary to help. Met with the children in the afternoon in the shop. Drilling on Their Recitations. The week's work is done

SUNDAY 3,

Stormy morning but more pleasant in afternoon. Had a good Sabbath School. Elder Patton preached. Text At "Even time is shall be light". Met with the children in afternoon to sing. Mr Huggart's down.

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