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Roseltha Goble Diary, 1867

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APRIL, WEDNESDAY 3, 1867.

Came to Mr H. Burtche's last night after the Meeting and here we are This Morning Tis a vey pleasant quit place I always enjoy coming here. Came home after dinner Called at Mr Fowler's, John Scotts, and D. Beamers. Got home about 5 oclock. All well. Alfred Scott is very ill. Also Mr & Mrs Cox.

THURSDAY 4,

A nice warm morning but rain all the afternoon. Pa went to Woodstock. A Scott a little better. Wrote to Lissa and Nellie. Sent patterns to Lissa. Cut a dress for Dora. The children met to sing in The evening. Am not vey well to-day.

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