Henry Brooke, 1878; Quotations, 1883; French Translations -- Mary F. Green, 1920

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Gis more [illegible] + Aush [illegible] toegther home lost 3,000,000 men killed + millions more wounded + prisonersHe can tell a good story"a born comedian" Henry Brooke Falling GreenMd.

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Feb 4th 1878 Sent Bill and Booney to shop - Measured up 30 lbs of potatoes 5th sent tube Wagon To [town] town and Papa went too and took Aunt Edith. We went to MD Wagness ____ 6th Papa came home and brought Mamma and The children from Olney

7th got the wagon ready for town 8th Stormy day Wagon could not go 9th Papa took Aunty Brooke to Hermon brought Ricbard up got the new wagon 10th all staid at home

11th sent wagon to town Papa& Geo worked on the so__ 12th hauled straw do busy yard

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13th Robert took wagon to shop Geo [illegible] took feed to Brookeville

14th Snowed all day got 12 [chickens?] for [illegible]

15th Sent the wagon to town still continued to snow

16th We all were invited over to Capt. [illegible] but we children had a cold and did not go

17th all staid quietly at home

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