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Roseltha Goble Diary, 1867


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== MARCH, FRIDAY 8 1867 == {written at top} 8 A beautiful day Ironed. sewed in The afternoon some finshed ironing in the evening. {written above last line} th the


A fine day. Thawing a good deal. roads quite muddy. baked and cleaned a little Went with Mrs Bastedo in the afternoon to William Laycocks. took tea. Eliza and Hartley there. had a pleasant visit. Mrs Laycock very poorly. Got home about 7 oclock Walked. not very tired.

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