on the cars. passed Washn. Junction
and changed at Harper's Ferry. reached
Charles Town at 5. where cousin Sam
met us, and took us up to their com-
fortable house. Cousin Dellie seemed glad
to see us, and had a fine supper. Cousin
Sam went out, and we retired early.
Sat. 29. Clear, snowed.
Brother Charlie went to Olney on several
errands, and to get the mail in the
morning. the men ploughing.
Late breakfast. Cousin Ruth Brown called.
after Harry Howell. After dinner Mother
and I napped. Hannah and Mamie Howell
called and Cousin Fannie and Maude.
The latter and I walked out to see Florence,
for Cousin Dellie. my first view of the city.
Mother and I called at Mr. John Hall's.
Harry came to tea. Miss Keerl, a Mr. Mc-
Elroy, Mr. & Mrs. Dane Howell called after
Sun. 30. Cold. Cloudy.
Brother C. and I went to Meeting. Edward
Farquhar spoke very prettily to a large gather-
ing. Called at Hermon and home to dinner.
No one here. and we had a pleasant
quiet afternoon & evening.
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