March 31, 1866

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“Pleasant. Called on Hattie Thayer this morning. Sarah Howland passed the afternoon here  John arrived about six  we passed a very pleasant evening together  it was very pleasant to be with him once more. Capt Allen Presbrey returned home.”  – Hattie E.F. D.

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March 30, 1866

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“Pleasant  Mary Sarah and myself went into Boston  had a very pleasant time  took a short walk in the evening. Hattie and her husband called.”  – Hattie E. F. D.

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March 28, 1866

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“Pleasant. arrived in Randolph this morning about 10 1/2  Mary met me at the depot  have been out for a short walk this afternoon. addressed a short walk letter to John this afternoon. Capt Allen Presbrey arrived this evening.. Mrs Hattie Thayer passed the day  Sarah Howland the afternoon.”  – Hattie E.F. D.

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March 25, 1866

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“Pleasant for a short time in the morning then it snowed untill (sic) twords night then it cleared away cold.  being no services at the weir did not go out during the day. John passed the afternoon and evening with me..” – Hattie E.F. D.

Notes: The “weir” is a section of Taunton where Hattie lived (Weir Village):
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Weir_Village,_Massachusetts
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March 24, 1866

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“Rain and Snow, a very disagreeable day.. John passed the evening with me had a very pleasant time..”  – Hattie E.F. D.

Notes: John is Hattie’s betrothed
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March 22, 1866

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“Pleasant  Aunt Caroline passed the day here. Carrie went home.  took a short walk this morning..  It is a lovely evening  attended a Temperance lecture at the church  John accompanied me  after the lecture he passed a short time with me and it was a very pleasant time. (Mr Uniac.. (sp?) lectured)”  – Hattie E.F. D.

Notes: John is Hattie’s betrothed
https://reformproject.wikispaces.com/Temperance+Movement+19th+Century+7
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