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Went to all three services and feel better for it.  I am reading “Over the Clifts” and like it very much.  Wrote a letter to Father. Good night.

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Blacksmithing again, worked on an old express today and made some clasps and fitted them and did most every thing else.

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Blacksmithing again, ironed a wheelbarrow and began on an old express wagon.  Wrote a letter to Sara, it has been a disagreeable day.

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Blacksmithing again, ironed a portable top.  Went [to] Mrs Wiggins in the eve.  Recit a letter from Lydia.  I heard the band play and then went to bed.

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Blacksmithing again.  I felt better this morning and thought I’d try work and I feel better still tonight.  I drilled a set of wheels and then went to work on a portable top.

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Layed up to day, don’t know as I shall work tomorrow or not, if I don’t I guess I shall go home.

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Went to all the services including the conferance [sic]. Mr. Folsem preached.  I wrote a letter to Simon and one to Mother and sent two papers one to Mary Pierce and to Susie Haynes.

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