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Roseltha Goble Diary, 1867

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MARCH, TUESDAY 26, 1867.

A delightful morning very cold but so bright and sunny. Ironed all the forenoon Made an apron for myself in afternoon.

WEDNESDAY 27,

Very cold snowed a little Ironed till afternoon Sewed a little. Mr Smith to Tea. Dora gets some of her lessons will not go to School till the roads and weather become settled. All are courting "Tired Nature's Sweet Restorer". And I must quit scribbling & do likewise.

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