Tues 28 Cloudy slightly warmer damp I arose a little early & made a good fire in the grate & got the screen from the garret also shovel tongs &c aftr breakfast we all went to the depot with John & Eln [Ellen] Holden & Ad & saw them off for home then mother Nora Harriet & Isabel went to visit the Weller girls I staid at home put a string on my fiddle & played awhile at noon I ate alone & I trapt 3 little blk chicks been here for weeks I pict & cleaned them I wrote to L S Palmer & to G Hagerman I made 2 fires I mowed some lawn Bank meeting
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