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1868
Saturday, February 29.

Working still, and [[quite?]] satisfactory.

[[?]] came in and spent afternoon -received a letter from Miss Georgie.

I have not experienced a much colder day than this. Mr Smith clipping hair for me.

I read the Christian Register which L. brought to me.

1868
Sunday, March 1.

Worked on my Book the first time since I [[?]]

In afternoon I read [[?]]. Later Leedie Mathews came and there was a sitting for Spiritual purposes. The table was clearly lifted and twisted about and the spirit answered to C.h. I felt as though it meant Grandma. I left the room. I am no sceptic "I thank God" as Goethe said that I do not doubt the possibility of any thing I also sketched [[?]] [[?]] [[?]].
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