Mary B. Brooke, 1898

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25th—

14th Book. 1898.

Mary Briggs Brooke.

"Falling Green." January 1- '98

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1 January. 1898.

Sat. 1st Windy and cold. New Years Day. Immediately after breakfast Father and Mother drove over to Brookeville to take the butter sending it to town in the creamery wagon. They came home by Olney and brought the mail. Aunt Eliza feeling badly, and did not come down till dinner time. Uncle Dr. and Charlie called. In the afternoon Mr. Chichester came. and after tea Father and Mother walked up to Mr. Machalle. the little baby is very ill with pneumonia. I made ginger cakes.

Sun. 2. Cold. Father, Mother and Auntie Brooke went to Meeting to cousin Joe Stabler to dinner, and to Mr. J. T. Moores to call. Aunt Eliza and I worked about read and wrote. Agnes left right after dinner and we were all alone for a while. How much I miss my dear Cissy these days that we were to spend together, - no one can know - and how can she come home some where else? A quiet evening reading and writing.

Mon. 3. Clear and cold. Blue Monday. Father went to the Insurance meeting, dined at Cloverly, took Aunt Eliza as far as Olney on her way to Mindon. Mother Auntie B. and I drove over to Brookeville, and worked all day. Finished up, and the house looks so sweet and pretty - A letter from Sister

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