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MaryV at Jan 15, 2024 05:12 PM

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3d. mo. 4th. 2d. day.
Cloudy morning, tolerably fair
afternoon: wind rose and turned
cold after night: father out sleighing
in the morning, oh Ashton and
other places: several men here in the
afternoon to see father: Young Ridgeley
for one.

5th. [?] 5 3d. day
Clear. cold and windy: father at
home all day: Helen dined here.

6th. 4th. day
Very windy and cold; and fair.
Henrietta dined here: father at
home all day except to go to meeting
Young Ridgely from
near Burtonsville here after night.

7th. 5th. day
Clear day: more moderate:
etc: father went to Rockville, I

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3d. mo. 4th. 2d. day.
Cloudy morning, tolerably fair
afternoon: wind rose and turned
cold after night: father out sleighing
in the morning, oh Ashton and
other places: several men here in the
afternoon to see father: Young Ridgeley
for one.

5th. [?] 5 3d. day
Clear. cold and windy: father at
home all day: Helen dined here.

6th. 4th. day
Very windy and cold; and fair.
Henrietta dined here: father at
home all day except to go to meeting
Young Ridgely from
near [Beestonville?] here after night.

7th. 5th. day
Clear day: [words crossed out?] more moderate:
etc: father went to Rockville, I