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Roseltha Goble Diary, 1867

Roseltha_Goble_Diary_1867_101.pdf

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JUNE, TUESDAY 18, 1867.

A cool pleasant day. Mary went home. Jenny came in the evening. finished Dora's Sacque and Ironed. Newton about the same. Mother has given up going West till he gets better. Miss May Huggart and Mr Golding called.

WEDNESDAY 19,

Another fine day. geting warmer. Made a pair of pants for Jasper. Vey tired. A Wandering Bard here tonight.

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