Tues 19 Cool a Fine sunny morning Arose at 7 I took a dose of salts Harriet & Willard are washing I am reading the morning paper reconstruction in Europe going on fast & satisfactory at 3 PM a couple came unateded [unattended] to be married Allen Eastland & [Miss] Dunham age 18 & 21 Willard soon tied the knot & recd $5 gave them an engraved certificate we congratulated them & they Embarked on the matrimonial sea for better or worse I went with Willard to enquire after several cases of influenza found all improving but one we took Mother & Harriet to call on Mrs. Woodberry recd Advance & letters from Nora & Sylvia I went with W to engag Andrew Jackson colored to work tomorrow
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