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Roseltha Goble Diary, 1867

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APRIL, MONDAY 1, 1867.

A very stormy day. snow and cold. Maggie Longheed and Sarah Fawcett took tea with Dora. Went to Teacher's Meeting in the Evening. Only four present but we had a good Meeting. Walked {u?} Very muddy

TUESDAY 2,

A beautiful bright morning but a vy cold west wind which we had the full benefit of in riding to Woodstock. Roads vy bad. Took dinner at Mr Perren's. At the Institute in afternoon. Took Tea at Mr. Cameron's. Attended an interesting Public Meeting in the Eveing at the Institute. Six Graduating Students. Noble Young men may God bless them.

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