Friday Apr 17 A nice warm growing day Harve is about sick & done most of the Chores Mag & I went to Mr. Greens found Sylvia there & after dinner Mr. G went with me to Keota we stopped to see P. H. Tallman [Pulaski H. Tallman b. ca. 1830] he is very poorly & confined to his home & I think will hardly recover we brought Bell & did not stay any at Sylvias coming back & got home in time to chore
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