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Friday June 11th Pleasant. Sewed very busily all day..
Mrs [Hiams?], Helen and Milton called soon after tea.
Miss Helen is the most complete piece of affectation I
ever met with. Underneath all she appears to be a
smart, intelligent, and good-hearted girl but is sadly
deficient in common sense. Mr William Tyler
spent the evening here.
Saturday. Bright and windy. Was not very well.
Mary Reeve called in the afternoon. Retired early
Ellen Dickinson called A.M.
Sunday. Fine day. Attended our church in the morning
The minister who was to supply Father's place was ill
so Mr Wilde conducted the services. Afternoon at home
Starr was with us till near tea-time. He with Annie
came over to spend the Sabbath with Kate, and so like
a good boy he (runs?) up home awhile. Mr Murphy took
tea with us. In the evening Joseph and Mary, Natty and
I met by agreement and together attended Mr [McHane's?]
church. The pastor preached a fine sermon -- his subject
was Peter, his life and character.
Monday. Rather warm. Busy day. Our mattrasses were
exchanged for feather beds today - vice versa, what
an odd mistake! Elisabeth Culbert called in the

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