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Roseltha Goble Diary, 1867

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APRIL, TUESDAY 9, 1867.

A truly beautiful Spring day. The children out all day. Washing and cleaning all day. May went home. Jasper went to the funereal. Dora has a pet Lamb. she is delighted with it.

WEDNESDAY 10,

A cold rainy day. Storm all day, rain, and hail. Ironed all the forenoon sewed but little. The children have needed so much care. 'Tis not lost time. All are in bed but me and I must go too. Good Night.

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