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Monday.. June 21st Bright and warm. Wrote a note to
Mrs Kent. George Hudson A. M. He talked
very good __ I liked him better than I have since his
return for he seemed more natural __ more as he
used to be. Carrie sent a note to Kate by him
Mary Reeve called in the afternoon. Leigh Dickinson
spent the wevening here.
Tuesday.. Carrie and I sewed busily all day on some new
curtains for the parlors. Carrie called on Mary Willet
in the evening. Ellen Dickinson called.
Wednesday.. Moderate.. Morning in sewing. Mrs Griswold
called in the afternoon. Elisabeth, Margaret, Annie
and ^ Alexander Culbert, andMr Murphy took tea with us and
a very pleasant time we had. Douglas and Hattie
were as loving and frolicksome ascould be expected of
two lovers with only one more week before them of
single felicity. We begin to realize that the 20th of June
is drawing nigh and I almost dread to have it come
We shall miss her so much! __ What will we do without
her? __ The Culberts feel very badly about it, as they
have been Harriet's most intimate friends in these all
farewell tea-parties, but none of us seem to realize
it. __ her farewell tea-parties as Miss Jocelyn I meant.
Mrs Murphy will always be welcome __ Douglas too!
Josiah spent the evening here _ an engagement prevented his coming to tea.
Father received a letter from Uncle Nathaniel
saying that [Dr?] was to be married to [Dr?] Cleaveland
very soon.

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