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Roseltha Goble Diary, 1867

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OCTOBER, MONDAY 14, 1867.

A bright beautiful morning not very cold. Elder Patton went home. Wrote to Emma. Sewing to-day Made a cap and cape for Dora. Attended Teacher's Meeting. home 10 o'clock.

TUESDAY 15,

Very warm today. lovely weather. What a marvel of glory is an October forest

Washing day. Sewing towards evening. fixed a winter dress for Clara and cut out a dress for Mary. Am very tired and quite worried out.

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