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Roseltha Goble Diary, 1867

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MARCH, THURSDAY 14, 1867.

Very cold this morning. A very sudden change since yesterday Morning. Rachel Miller took the train for Toronto. I walked down to Mrs Landon's in the afternoon. Jasper walked down in the evening after me so I had two pretty long walks. Got home about 9 oclock. found Clara vey hoarse great difficulty of breathing

FRIDAY 15,

Slept but little last night. Clara vey ill all night. Some better this morning. Vey bad about ten oclock almost suffocated gave her an emetic After throwing off the phlegm much better. So bad about 5 oclock we thought she would die. Suffering vey much. Jasper got the Dr as soon as possible he gave her something eased her

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