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Went to Camp meeting. Heard a sermon from L. Stateler and one from Mr Scarritt. Turned out to be a pleasant day. Dined with Mr Dofflemeyer. Visited M. Then visited Uncle James, found him still declining. Nothing interesting transpired to-day, except the call of Doctor Doyle who wishes to be employed as Physician for the Nation, and also a call by a Mr Rucker, who wishes to open a Female Seminary in Kansas.

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Subscribed one session for Harriet. It is to be hoped that the signal failure of this lawless and uncalled for interference with the affairs of foreign governments, will teach Americans to stay at home and attend to their own business. It has been seen but too clearly, and severely too, that the oppressed Cubans do not thank Americans for their sympathy, least of all for their invasion of their soil for the ostensible purpose of delivering them from oppression.


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Went to pay a visit to Maj. Found him much fatigued and indisposed. Saw a late No. Went up to F. Stateler and Lady there. Had a long conversation with him on the prospects of the Aboriginal race, connected with the policy of the Government towards them. Went to Independence to attend the session of the Circuit Court. Had my case continued till next term. They came on a visit.

They dined with us and were compelled to return the same evening.

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Uncle James sent for me; I found him insensible and about winding up his earthly career. I, with C. I and Henry closed his eyes. The funeral solemnities were performed in accordance with the above programme. Found them improving. Thursday, 2. After some time we went down. I called upon Major Moseley who had been sick, and I received a severe cursing from him for not paying more attention to him. Friday, 3. We both went to pay a visit to Major Moseley.

Found him improving; but a more obstinate, ill tempered, fretful and troublesome sick man I never saw. Saturday, 4. Cut some wood and packed it on my shoulder to the House. This is outrageous for me to become a pack mule!

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It is rather problematical whether I shall attend or not. I feel better this morning. Went to Kansas and purchased some medicines. Came home, and as usual, had a chill, which prevented me from attending the National Convention. Wednesday, 8. Armstrong called to see us; and shortly after, Mrs M.

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Hicks called. Verily Miss Susan must have wanted a husband distressingly! There I learned that Col. The dinner nothing to boast of. Having a very sore mouth and unable to talk only by signs, but when in a gust of passion he will swear like a pirate. His son John arrived on Saturday. Just heard that Mrs Long is not expected to live. Mr John Moseley called this morning and spent an hour with us. Wrote also to O. Andrews at St. They are on a visit by special invitation to Washington. The Major paying off the employees in his Agency.


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Then went to the Council. The new Constitution was adopted and a poor thing—a piece of folly, the product of a set of sap heads, and a sappy concern it is. Charloe elected to supply the vacancy in the Council caused by the decease of James Rankin. Cloudy this morning. Dry weather. The grass is parched up. So it is in this Country. Everything on extremes. When we have rain it is a general deluge, and that over, then a drouth follows and the face of the earth is as dry as the deserts of Zaharra. The more I see and feel of this climate, the more I am dissatisfied with it.

I have taken a severe cold. The wind is now blowing from the North and very cold. I have a severe pain in my breast, with some difficulty of breathing. Went down in the Afternoon to visit Major Moseley. He is evidently getting well and intends making the Annuity payment this week. Preparatory to the payment of the Semi-Annuity.