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Roseltha Goble Diary, 1867

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MAY, MONDAY 27, 1867.

A beautiful day a little like Spring. Pa and Ma went to Richmond did not get home till late. May washed. I done a little mending and wrote to Father and Lissa

TUESDAY 28,

A cold rainy morning no rain much after dinner but cloudy. Making a print dress for Dora. did not get it done. put in some Sweet Peas. It seems of not much use to put in seeds The weather is so cold.

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