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Roseltha Goble Diary, 1867

Roseltha_Goble_Diary_1867_196.pdf

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DECEMBER, WEDNESDAY 25, 1867.

Christmas day. at home quietly all day. expected Company to dinner at 5 oclock got our dinner ready but our Company did not come. Rained hard all the evening. Mrs McIntyre & children came in the evening the children had a play.

THURSDAY 26,

A most lovely day. bright, and clear as a bell made me feel vey cheerful have been sewing some and ironed some Clara not well. Dr Benham called in the evening and left some medicine for both of them Jasper up to D. Beamer's in the evening.

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