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1868
Thursday, July 2.
Sewing at Mde Desque took sick there she very kindly attended me I had chills and fever in its severest form She kindly sent for a Carriage and sent me home in it. Went to bed as soon as I reached home.

I feel miserably despondent about my poverty No letters

1868
Friday, July 3.
At Mde Desque sewing today. I remained there until seven o clock as I went late this morning. I never met a pleasanter woman charmingly French in everything Went to Dr Treadwell this morning. He seemed pleased to see me. Spoke of Dr. Briggs and his sentimentality &c Charleston and Mrs King and lots of gossip.

In evening Matthews brought a letter from Major Delany given to him by Mr Nell. I sat down and answered it immediately not a dollar sent to me again I was provoked went to bed at 2 A.M.
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