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[[underline]]June[[/underline]] [[underline]]1866[[/underline]]
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3rd  Sermon from Dr. Edwards.  In the evening Mother read aloud for our mutual benefit.  The records of the Gen. Assembly from the Presbyterian.  The clergymen do not seem to have exhibited that Christian forgiveness & magnanimity wh. we have a right to expect from them in regard to Southern matters.
4th  Went to Wilkes.  Father dined with Baron [[Gerold?]]
5th  Festival for the benefit of the News Boys.  Dr. Craig here brought a little case of photographs sent to me by Dr.     The German physician who was here last summer and took a kind interest in my broken nose.  It was pleasant to be remembered.
8th  The Wilkes here to play croquet with Mr. Beaman & the [[French Mr. Lasteyea?]]  Mr. {Lastegne?]] Gen. went with Father to see the Chief Justice.
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[[underline]]June[[/underline]]   1866
9th  Father went on a excursion down the river with a party composed of the Sec. and some members of Congress.  Alfred Woodhull & [[?]] here in the evening.  Nell not well.
10th  Mr.. Campbell preached for us The French man Mr. [[Lasteyne?]] came to say good bye  He has given to Carrie a picture a drawing for her album.  A Scotch tourist took tea with us.  Read Defence of Fundamental Truth by Dr. McCash.  Nell very sick.  Father is with her now & I here him repeating to her in a low tone.  Sleep [[balmby?]] sleep her nightly visit prays &c.
12th  Nell much better today  Dr. Tyler was very uneasy about her but is quite happy concerning her ^[[now]] He pronounced her disease to be varioloid.  Mr. T. came with his brother last night  Father was engaged with a commission
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