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Ai-tyng-a nubeana ebein?
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What is your wife's name? [[underline] 
Aew^-lima  [[underline]]
When is it? [[underline]]
[[underline]] Agi-nu [[underline]]
[[underline]] Pe-tona e-took [[underline]]
[[underline]] I have none)) [[underline]]
[[underline]]  Ar-Shue-e-littley? [[underline]]
[[underline]] How do you do? [[underline]]
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[[underline]] Ms-boy-ant-lov[[underline]]
[[underline]] very well [[underline]]
Which-ou  [[underline]] by & by [[underline]]
[[underline]] Our-a-summers [[underline]]
Tugen [[underline]] snowing-{?} [[underline]]

A.J.C.   
 [[image in background in pencil of a mountain with an arch spelling Niagara
and a large number 1 below[[image]]
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Vol 11 Journal by C F Hall
Monday, July 16th 1860.

Really a happy day! this has been to the ship's Company -- not only of the "George Henry" but of the "Rescue". The Esquimaux of Holsteinbury visited me this afternoon on an invitation to a Ball.  The Lieut Gov. & lady - School Master & his wife with infant [[crossed out]]to the back [[crossed out]] & in full the elite of the town, which means; [[underline]] all were here.[[underline]] The deck of the "George Henry" never showed a more varied scene - warmed by a tiny hearth - honestly [fucan?] - cleaners continued than to-day.  All participated in the dance - Mrs, Capt, Buckington, Mate Rogers - & - I myself! Years of dancing - but was [[underline]] forced [[underline]]to do it - It seems wrong one of our officers & men had been baffled in their efforts to induce me to dance; so they combined, in a pleasant way by the by, [[underline]] to draw me into service. [[underline]]
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