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35 Cloudy N.W.
Ther. SAT. APRIL 4th. 1885 Wea.

Rained last night, & was
very "blustring" & stormy all
night. I slept scarsely any
and feel quite unwell today.
my heart troubling
me more than for a long
time past. Afternoon Eliza
Green here again with her
"sore throat" but "much
better", Michael Thompson
brought another "Bicycle"
from Laurel for Charley to
try from "Clarkes" in Balto:
W drove roan mare to 'Riverside.
High wind all day & much

33° Clear & Clouding S.W.
Ther. SUN. APRIL, 1885 Wea.

Much cooler this morning,
ground slightly frozen.
Edwd Chalfont came to help
Charley in his riding his new
"bicycle", and with his assistance
C succeeded very well.
E.C. dined here & afternoon
they went to a smooth place
in the turnpike beyond Saul
Thomas' and C managed to
ride alone to some extent.
Towards evening C took his
sister & drove over to "Riverside"
in his buggy with the
roan mare. Harriet & Dora
walked to Fulford to call
upon Fanny Dickinson
leaving little Edwd and myself
alone to "keep house"
they returned about 5.30 p.m.

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