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Roseltha Goble Diary, 1867

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MARCH, SATURDAY 16, 1867.

We both sat up all night with her last night The Dr staid till she breathed more freely. He says it is Croup but so far down and so seated it will take some time to remove it. She suffered vey much all night. very distressing to hear her. bettr towards morning. Vy weak I feel pretty well used up to-day.{written in margin} Lucy Landon called

SUNDAY 17,

snowed last night. Cold. Jasper, Dora, & Pa away to S.S. and Preaching. I could not leave Clara. Did not go to bed last night. She is bettr this morning. Hardly seems like Sunday not to go to Sunday School Went to Meeting Mr Selby came down for me. Mr Campbell preached - Good sermon Clara better. Day very cold & stormy.

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