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Roseltha Goble Diary, 1867

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JUNE, WEDNESDAY 26, 1867.

A nice shower this forenoon. It is very dry no much rain. made the waist of my dress Mr Hull and family called off this train called to see Mrs Fawcett she has been vey sick Am so tired I hardly know how to move.

THURSDAY 27,

A little more rain to-day. Nice and cool to-night. finished my dress baked all this forenoon Mrs Ryder called. feet better to-night.

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