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Roseltha Goble Diary, 1867

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JULY, SATURDAY 6, 1867.

O what a refreshing rain. How the Thirsty earth rejoices. Every thing began to look so parched. I dont feel as well this morning as I expected to Shall be better after a while and then I must do some baking for Sunday Lottie and Mary came.

SUNDAY 7,

A lovely day cool and no dust. Very full School Mr & Mrs Landon present after which Mr. L. preached Lottie went home. Mr & Mrs Landon to dinner Mary a great help. Very few at Prayer Meeting

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