Diary, 1863

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Diary, 1863

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Railroad trains; Paperhanging; Cooking; Soldiers; United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865; Diaries; Brothers and sisters; Health; Physicians; Drugs; Voting; Christianity; Death; Sleep; Heaven; Funeral rites and ceremonies; Textiles; Hymns

Description

Although the diary is of 1863 make and labeled as Harriet's, it appears to be written by Hattie in 1864 and 1866 (beginning on page 77) and her sister Clara in 1875 (starting on page 99). It then transitions to an unknown author of a set of poems from 266 to 269. The diary concludes with various lists of information, such as costs of fabric, addresses, deaths, and more poems. Hattie's section of the journal discusses her work during the Civil War. She volunteered alongside the soldiers, performing tasks like cooking and cleaning, while Henry worked in a religious capacity. In the 1866 section, she reminiscences on her time at Point of Rocks. Clara writes about her siblings, both the ones in Ohio and the ones in China. Frank is very sickly and much of the diary chronicles his struggles with his health. In one passage, she details how Frank wanted to vote for Governor, for he feared it would be his last chance. Francis hoped to live long enough to see Harriet and Henry on their visit home from China, but he passed away after months of struggling. Clara's portion of the diary seems to have served the function of documenting Frank's last months of life so it concludes shortly after his death and funeral, including his love for his late wife, Hannah.

Creator

Noyes, Harriet Newell and Noyes, Clara F.

Source

Loose, The College of Wooster, Special Collections, Noyes Collection

Publisher

Unpublished

Date

1863
1864
1866
1875

Contributor

Council on Library and Information Resources Hidden Special Collections Grant

Format

PDF

Language

eng (English)

Type

Text

Identifier

noyes_c_diaries_963

Coverage

United States Civil War, 1861-1865

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[Note: +c transcribed as etc]

[Note: Brown leather cover with interlocking cover]
DIARY 1863
HARRIET
H 1863

[Note: Blank page]

[Note: Pencil-like insignia with H Noyes at the center]

[Note: CALENDAR FOR 1863.]

[Note: A TABLE, showing the number of days from
any day in one month, to the same day in
any other month]

[Note: ECLIPSES IN 1863]

[Note: JANUARY, First Month--31 Days.]

[Note: FEBRUARY, Second Month--28 Days.]

[Note: MARCH, Third Month--31 Days.]

[Note: APRIL, Fourth Month--30 Days.]

[Note: MAY, Fifth Month--31 Days.]

[Note: JUNE, Sixth Month--30 Days.]

[Note: JULY, Seventh Month--31 Days.]

[Note: AUGUST, Eighth Month--31 Days.]

[Note: SEPTEMBER, Ninth Month--30 Days.]

[Note: OCTOBER, Tenth Month--31 Days.]

[Note: NOVEMBER, Eleventh Month--30 Days.]

[Note: DECEMBER, Twelfth Month--31 Days.]

[Note: typed] January, Thursday 1, 1863
[Note: In pencil] May 2nd Seville
This morning
went to town to say
good bye to the Guilford
Guards. About 90 left.
Seville making it seem
quite deserted. They
will be missed very much
but if they all return
safe at the end of
the 100 days it will be a
joyful meeting.
Henry and I left home
about one o clock and
after waiting in the depot
nearly an hour got
aboard the train for [?Huron?]

[Note: In print] Jan. Friday 2. 1863
[Note: In pencil] Met two soldiers on the cars
who had been in the service
three years and had just
reenlisted. They seemed
very sanguine in the
expectations that the war
will be finished within six
months May it be so .
I was [--the--] glad to have the
pleasure of shaking hands
with one of them who sat
just behind us. He had
been through a great many
battles and been a prisoner
in the South for some time
yet had never been wounded
or seen a sick day
About 8 in the evening

[Note: In print] Jan. Saturday 3, 1863
[Note: In pencil] we reached Hudson and
spent the night at Mr
Blackman's. It has rained
all day and is so very chilly
this evening that I fear
the Guilford Guards
will spend the first night
of their soldier life rather
uncomfortably -------
May 3d Hudson
Awoke this morning
to find the ground covered
with snow, [--Conti--] Snow
continued to fall all day
In the afternoon called
with Henry at Professors
Young Cutler and Seymour's
Did not see Mrs Culter

[Note: In print] Jan. Sunday 4, 1863
[Note: In pencil] Spent the evening at [?McDd?]
in company with Messrs
Williams Shedd Ketchum
Anglie + Eddie Blackman
and Henry We played
a game called game of
Authors a very interesting
play. Afterwards Anglie
played one or two instrumental
pieces on the piano and
then we spent some time
in singing, Mr Ketchum
is quite a fine singer and
a very pleasant young
man. Has been at [?Hayesville?]
one term is now in
the sophomore class likes
Hudson much better than [?Hayesville?]

[Note: In print] Jan. Monday 5, 1863
[Note: In pencil] May 4th Hudson.
A beautiful morning
and we are all well prepared to
enjoy it by the the recollection
of the past two days, Left
Hudson at quarter past ten
For some distance the
surrounding country is quite
level but after we reach
the Ohio river the scenery
becomes wilder, The track
for a long distance is laid
very near the river and nearly
on a level with it while
back of the track the country
rises into very high hills
We passed a great many
coal mines and some

[Note: In print] Jan. Tuesday 6, 1863
[Note: In pencil]
little villages that seemed
to be occupied by miners
We reached Alleghany
about three o clock. The
city answers exactly to the
descriptions I have read
There are many splendid
residences in the country
surrounding Alleghany
and on the bluffs over-
looking the city, which
I should think would be
very pleasant as they are
free from the clouds of smoke
that hang over the city
We spent the evening at
Mrs Thompson's Her daughter
was married to Mr Atkinson

[Note: In print] Jan. Wednesday 7, 1863
[Note: In pencil] a young theologue at nine
o clock and at two they left
for their future home in
Ohio. May happiness
attend them.
May 5th Alleghany
Henry thought I had
better not go out to camp
until tomorrow and so
have spent the day at
Mrs Thomson's This afternoon
walked around the city
to see any objects of interest
The penitentiary is a
large stone structure
reminding me of pictures
of ancient castles. A
large number of [?Morgans?]

[Note: In print] Jan. Thursday 8, 1863
[Note: In pencil] men were confined here
for a time , Beatty
Hall does not look
as well out of the picture
as in it. All the
buildings that are
not freshly painted
have a dingy look
that spoils their
appearance.
May 6th Alleghany
Spent the morning at
Mrs Thomson's, After
dinner walked over to
Pittsburg We crossed the
suspension bridge over
the Alleghany A number
of people were standing

[Note: In print] Jan. Friday 9, 1863
[Note: In pencil] on the bridge and we
learned upon inquiry
that a boy had just been
drowned there. Pittsburg
is still more smoky then
Alleghany . It gives me
a smothering sensation
to walk along its streets
and breathe the atmosphere
so laden with smoke
However it is said to
be very healthy and
I presume it is so as
Pittsburg is called one of
the healthiest cities in
the world. About three
o clock we took our seats
in the cars and after a

[Note: In print] Jan. Saturday 10, 1863
[Note: In pencil] ride of about [u]ten miles[/u]
through a very fine
country reached [u]Camp
Reynolds[/u] ,On the cars
we met Miss Scott of
Hayesville on her
way east to visit her
friends. Three or four
ladies got off at Camp
Reynolds among
them Mrs [?Haven?] + Miss
Gordon ladies who have
been in the habit of
coming up every day to
attend to [u]the wants of
the sick soldiers in
the hospital I visited[/u]
the hospital with them

[Note: In print] Jan. Sunday 11, 1863
[Note: In pencil] At present there are not
more than five or six
that are not able to go
out to the table to eat
their meals. The hospital
is a long building with
beds ranged all along
each side the heads
standing next the wall.
There are about 70 beds
in all and when the
men were first moved
there from the tents they
had formerly used as a
hospital the beds were
nearly all filled with
men who could not sit
up at all. There has

[Note: In print] Jan. Monday 12, 1863
[Note: In pencil] been a wonderful
improvement in their
condition since then
After visiting the hospital
we went up to our quarters
The camp is situated
on a piece of rising
ground in the valley
of the Monongahela it
is the most delightful
place that I have ever
seen. It is surrounded
by very high hills covered
with forests which are
now bare but when
the leaves come out
I think must be
very beautiful.

[Note: In print] Jan. Tuesday 13, 1863
[Note: In pencil] May 7th Camp Reynolds
[u]It seems very strange
to me to think that I
am actually living in
camp[/u]. Our [u]quarters[/u]
here remind me very
much of our rooms in
Hayesville. This morning
Henry went into Pittsburg
and when he came
back brought a melo-
deon for our use while
we stay here. It will
be ever so much company
for us. This afternoon
we spent in cleaning
up putting up a curtain
etc etc. In the evening

[Note: In print] Jan. Wednesday 14, 1863
[Note: In pencil] Mr Reed the UP minister
of Pittsburg came out [u]to
preach to the soldiers
tomorrow[/u].
May 6th Sabbath morning
[u]JM Reid + Henry went
through the camp
this morning and
distributed papers to
the men.[/u] There are
[u]not more than 200[/u]
men in camp now I
suppose so that it does
not take long to
distribute to them.
The meeting was
appointed at ten. They
carried over the

[Note: In print] Jan. Thursday 15, 1863
[Note: In pencil] melodeon. [u]It seemed
very strange and not
very pleasant to be the
only lade among so
many men[/u], after an
intermission of two hours
there was another
service after which they
held a meeting in the
hospital. After meeting
Mr Reed did not come
back to our quarters.
Mr Dick from West Salem
helped Henry carry the
melodeon up from the
hospital and with Mr
Murray the warden master
came in and made

[Note: In print] Jan. Friday 16, 1863
[Note: In pencil] quite a call. Capt
Woodward also came
in and we sung a
number of pieces .
The Capt has a fine
base voice and is a
very pleasant man.
To-night Henry started
about 5 oclock to go
to Pittsburg and attend
the anniversary meeting
of the western division
of the Christian Commission
leaving Mr Reid and
myself to keep house.
After he left a Mr Palmer
came in to sing awhile
He is a genuine yankee

[Note: In print] Jan. Saturday 17, 1863
[Note: In pencil] clever and funny and
very sociable. In the
evening Mr St Clair +
Mr Cuntz came in
expecting there would
be a prayer meeting
and as there was none
they staid + spent the
evening
May 9th Monday
This morning Henry
came in from Pittsburg
on the seven o clock train
Mrs Haven + Miss Gordon
came up on the train with
him and I went down
to the station to see them
We had a call from Mr

[Note: In print] Jan. Sunday 18, 1863
[Note: In pencil] Lowrie the minister who
was [u]here as a delegate
with Henry early in the spring[/u]
He is a very nice man a
perfect gentleman. After
tea Mr Reid Henry + I
went up on the hill to the
north of the camp, and
[u]practiced shooting with
a revolver[/u] The view
of the country from the
top of the hill is perfectly
splendid far surpassing
anything that I have
ever seen Just in
fron of us lies the
[u]camp a little city
by itself while[/u] in the

[Note: In print] Jan. Monday 19, 1863
[Note: In pencil] distance rise in the hills
on the other side of
the river which flows
calmly along at their
base. A little distance
up the river is the town
of Braddock's Fields
built on or near the
place of General
Braddock's defeat
We can see plainly two
white houses said to
mark the place where
Washington crossed the
river. This beautiful
place has the charm
of being historic ground
in addition to its

[Note: In print] Jan. Tuesday 20, 1863
[Note: In pencil] natural loveliness. I
only wish that I could
do justice to it in the
way of sketching [u]Some
soldiers came along
while we were firing
I expect that they felt like
laughing at us.[/u] One of
them reminded me of
Adelbert Dix. After
we returned from the
woods we all sat down
to write letters but [u]some
of the soldiers came in
+ Mr Reid + Henry spent
the evening conversing
with them. One of them
Sergeant Murray had been

[Note: In print] Jan. Wednesday 21, 1863
[Note: In pencil] in nearly all the battles
of the Potomac[/u]. He can
tell some very thrilling
stories and in a very
interesting way .I wrote
to Matt Hannah + Em.
May 10th Tuesday,
Mr Reid went into Pittsburg
to-day to market. In the
evening Messrs Dick [?Brown?]
+ St Clair came in and
sung awhile. Mr St Clair
has been a chorister for a
number of years but about
four years ago had the
whooping cough and
has not sung any
since.

[Note: In print] Jan. Thursday 22, 1863
[Note: In pencil] May 11 Wednesday
This morning held "a council
of war" and decided that
we would move our
cooking apparatus all
down to the other building
near the rail-road and
hereafter take our meals
down there an arrangement
which will give us more
room and on the whole
be much pleasanter
I think, - In the
evening [u]the regular
weekly prayer meeting
was held at our rooms
The volunteers cannot[/u]
pass the guards unless

[Note: In print] Jan. Friday 23, 1863
[Note: In pencil] [u]a sergeant comes with
them to meeting[/u] .
May 12 Thursday
Find it much more
convenient [u]cooking[/u] at
the other building the
stove is so much larger
etc etc , This morning
Mr Reid brought ^in a letter
from home enclosing
one from Belle [?Rutan?].
Was very glad to hear
from ^home and get word
from the Guilford Guard
May 13 Friday
Decided that we
would paper our
rooms , and Henry

[Note: In print] Jan. Saturday 24, 1863
[Note: In pencil] went into Pittsburg
to get the paper etc etc
Did not come back
on the noon train
as we expected but
waited until four to
get the paper and
finally did not
get it
May 14 Sat
Henry went to
Pittsburg this morning
and got the paper
It is very pretty
an [illegible] of
grained ceiling.
In the afternoon
Henry commenced

[Note: In print] Jan. Sunday 25, 1863
[Note: In pencil] whitewashing and two
of the soldiers Mr Feather
+ Mr Newton came in
and offered to help
After whitewashing
we papered and
scrubbed finishing
our labor at 9PM
Mr Davis came out
from Pittsburg this
afternoon is going
to preach tomorrow
He is a theological
student of the middle
year very short indeed
looks like a mere boy.
May 15th Sunday
[Note: Stamped 2] Services at ten and two

[Note: In print] Jan. Monday 26, 1863
[Note: In pencil] the same as last
Sabbath , Mr Davis
preached two very good
sermons after which
a prayer meeting was
held in the hospital,
May 16th Monday
This morning [u]Newton
+ another soldier by
the name of Evan
came and whitewashed
the reading room ,and
Henry and I papered
in the back[/u] room but
did not get it finished
May 17th Tuesday
Today we commenced
papering the reading

[Note: In print] Jan. Tuesday 27, 1863
[Note: In pencil] room but did not quite
get three sides finished
Lieut Cougill called
in a few minutes in
the forenoon , He
is the commander
of one of the [u]Invalid
companies[/u] here has
one stiff limb which
troubles him a good
deal. His wife is
living in camp
hope I shall get
acquainted with her
In the afternoon
Capt Ford came in
He is in command
of the [u]other company

[Note: In print] Jan. Wednesday 28, 1863
[Note: In pencil] of the Invalid Corps[/u]
stationed here.
[u]He has been wounded
5 or six times and
is very much crippled[/u]
now with the rEhumatism
His wife is also in
camp . [u]He asked me
to call + see her but
I would rather receive
a call from her[/u].
May 18th Wednesday
This morning when I
was down at the cook
house Henry come in
+ said Mrs Van Tine
the wife of one of the
drafted men her

[Note: In print] Jan. Thursday 29, 1863
[Note: In pencil] was in camp + wanted
me to go over with
her and see the men
drill. So I left my work
and Mr Van Tine + wife
Henry + myself went
over and watched
them drill a short time
There was only a small
company out indeed
there is not much
drilling done in camp
I dont know why they
dont drill them more
for there seem to be
plenty of officers here
Mrs Van Tine spent
Most of the forenoon

[Note: In print] Jan. Friday 30, 1863
[Note: In pencil] with me and after
dinner took the cars
for Pittsburg Mrs Van Tine
thinks some of coming
to camp to live, I should
like to have her come
very much.
May 20th Friday
This morning attempted
to do a little washing
as our cook-room is very
small it gets excessively
hot when we have
much fire as was the
case this morning ,
Well as I was scrubbing
away some one knocked
and when I opened
[Note: written sideways]
May 19th Prayer meeting in the evening Capt Patton remained + sung awhile

[Note: In print] Jan. Saturday 31, 1863
[Note: In pencil]
the door who should
I see but [u]Capt Woodward[/u]
,his bride, and another
young lady. Well I
invited them in but
as it was so extremely
hot I asked them as
soon as I could get
ready, to walk up to
the other house.
After we started I
happened to think that
Henry had gone down
to Braddock's and
taken the key with
him but I hoped he
had got back , Well
when we got up there

[Note: In print] February, Sunday 1, 1863
[Note: In pencil] I tried first one door
+ then the other but
found I was locked
out + concluded I was
in rather an awkward
predicament, However
Capt Woodward told us
to come up to his quarter
so we all went there They
invited me to go with them
out to Wall Station but
I did not accept as [u]I did
not geel sure that they
did not feel obliged
to extend the invitation[/u]
After leaving them I
went [u]back to my washing[/u]
On my way I met

[Note: In print] Feb. Monday 2, 1863
[Note: In pencil] a man from the office who
brought me letters from
home which I was very
glad to get one from Em
+ one from Hannah
From what Em writes
about the Guilford
National Guards I
suppose they must have
passed right by our
camp and if we were
down at the other house
went within 20 feet
of us. I would have
been so glad to have
seen them. When I
came up from the cook
room I found Henry

[Note: In print] Feb. Tuesday 3, 1863
[Note: In pencil] under the table and he
and Mr Reid were
finishing off the
papering in the
reading room , A
little before noon a
company of four ladies
and one gentlemen
who were visiting
and Lieut Carson
one of the officers here
called on us. They
seemed to feel quite
at home and appeared
to have called merely
to gratify their
curiosity. It seemed
to me as if I felt very

[Note: In print] Feb. Wednesday 4, 1863
[Note: In pencil] much as I should if
I were an inmate of
Barnums museum or
something of that sort
during their call.
Mr Reid left for home in
the half past one o clock
train, Henry accompanied
him as far as Pittsburg
I have got pretty well
acquainted with Mr
Reid in the two weeks
we have spent together
and have enjoyed it
very much. Lieut
Cougill went into Pittsburg
on the same train and
he asked Henry to tell

[Note: In print] Feb. Thursday 5, 1863
[Note: In pencil] me to go over and see
his wife this afternoon
as she would be alone
Accordingly I went over
and knocked but did
not gain admittance
Then I thought I would
call on Mrs Ford [--and--]
Found her a very
pleasant lady indeed
The Capt is very sociable
has an odd way of talking
about his getting wounded
etc etc ,[u]He was a member
of Gen Grant's staff two
years + has been[/u]
ordered to report at
Washington the 28th[/u]

[Note: In print] Feb. Friday 6, 1863
[Note: In pencil] of this month but is
unable to go. [u]He fills
my idea of a man
that has suffered a
great deal for his
country .It always
makes me feel sad to
see him crippling around[/u]
Mrs Ford offered me the
use of her little pony
a dear little cream
colored mustang pony
I feel very much obliged
to her for her kindness
She said Lieut Cougills
wide had laid down
and gone to sleep she
supposed so I had to

[Note: In print] Feb. Saturday 7, 1863
[Note: In pencil] postpone my call there
to some future day.
May 21st , This evening
Capt Woodward + Lady
Adjutant Young + Lady
and Miss Fleming
and Capt Patton
called, Capt Stockton
also came in a few
minutes After the
occurence of yesterday
morning I was very
glad to have Capt Woodward
+ his wife call again when
we were better prepared
to receive them Soon
after they left the Rev
Mr Swift our preacher

[Note: In print] Feb. Sunday 8, 1863
[Note: In pencil]for tomorrow came
As I met him the evening
of the wedding at Mrs
Thompson's he did
not seem like a stranger
at all, He is a very pleasant
man , Lieut Cougill +
his wife came in and
spent an hour or so with
us, Mrs C-- is from
Ohio + formerly attended
school in Wooster. I
think I shall like her
very much -
May 22nd Sunday
Mr Swift preached at
ten o clock this morning
and at two in the

[Note: In print] Feb. Monday 9, 1863
[Note: In pencil] afternoon. This forenoon
for the first time since
I have been here there
was another lady at
meeting. Lieut Cougills
wife, I hope she will
attend regularly I do
hate to go alone so bad
In the afternoon quite
a large number of the
citizens came in .
May 23d Monday
Mr Swift left this morning
in the first train so
that I did not bid
him goodbye
We concluded that
we would not work

[Note: In print] Feb. Tuesday 10, 1863
[Note: In pencil] at [u]fixing[/u] up today al
though we have the
cookroom yet to paper ,
but would spend the
time easier than on
working , Accordingly
I spent most of the day
in writing letters,
In the afternoon
Rev Mr Beacom one of
Henry's Alleghany Sem
acquaintances called
He is a very pleasant
man looks just like
his photograph that
Henry has. He asked
us to come up and
visit at Mr Happers

[Note: In print] Feb. Wednesday 11, 1863
[Note: In pencil] and we arranged to
go two weeks from next
Friday.
May 24 Tuesday
Today we went to work
in good earnest to paper
the cook-room ,We put
on all the paper we
had and found that
it needed another roll
to finish it. A small
squad of men left
today for the front
among them Sergeant
Cuntz .
May 25th Wednesday
This afternoon we went
into Pittsburg went

[Note: In print] Feb. Thursday 12, 1863
[Note: In pencil] directly to Mrs Thompsons
found them all well
and quite busy cleaning
house. In the evening
attended a lecture by
Mr Swift at his church
rained quite hard
all the evening.
May 26th Still
showery. Went around
town some, in the
Post Office met two
of Henry's friends Sem
students I bought a
lawn dress. The
merchant said it was
three levees a yard a
term entirely new to

[Note: In print] Feb. Friday 13, 1863
me but which I found
means the same as
three shillings. As
Henry had some
business at the General
Hospital we went out
there in a street car
It is situated in the
outskirts of the city
on a high hill and
is a very pleasant
place It was originally
built for an Insane Asylum
but is now used as a
Post Hospital for sick
and wounded
soldiers Dr Brian
the Surgeon in

[Note: In print] Feb. Saturday 14, 1863
[Note: In pencil] charge in rather an
old man and quite
feeble. The chaplain
Rev Mr Bear showed
us through the different
wards. He seemed
to have a pleasant
word for every soldier
we met and is I should
think well qualified
for his position. The
wards all looked as
clean and nice as can
be. In the library is
a small melodeon
I played a time or
two and then one
of the soldiers played

[Note: In print] Feb. Sunday 15, 1863
[Note: In pencil] some pieces. Quite a
large number of the
sick soldiers are from
Camp Reynolds which
I noticed they still
called Camp Copeland
I saw several wounded
soldiers, one who was
wounded at the battle
of Shiloh has been confined
to his bed ever since Poor
feel I felt so sorry
for him I had the
pleasure of an introduction
while in the hospital to
Mrs Weyman + Miss Kate
Dennison ladies who
are doing a great

[Note: In print] Feb. Monday 16, 1863
[Note: In pencil] deal for the soldiers.
We took the noon
train and got out
to camp about twelve
oclock. In the evening
a prayer meeting was
held in our quarters.
May 27th Friday.
This forenoon
Mr Palmer came in
and played on the
melodeon awhile and
invited us to go down
to the village to a
sing in the evening
As I had been wanting
to go for some evenings
the invitation was

[Note: In print] Feb. Tuesday 17, 1863
[Note: In pencil] gladly accepted.
The singing teacher is
from Pittsburg has
been teaching there
for a number of
months and is a very
good singer. The school
house where they met was
crowded but the singing
was not extra.
May 28th This morning
Henry went to Pittsburg
Bought paper + bordering
to finish out the cook
room. He did not
succeed in getting a
minister to preach to-
morrow so in the

[Note: In print] Feb. Wednesday 18, 1863
[Note: In pencil] afternoon he went up to
Wilkinsburg to see if
he could get Mr Noileross
a minister who is teaching
there to come and preach
Mr N- was not at home
but he left word for him
to come out if he would.
In the evening we called
a few minutes at Lieut
Cowgills. The Lieut was
not at home While we
were there the colored
boy who cooks where Mrs
C- boards came to call
her to supper. He is an
odd looking [illegible] but
very polite. After we


[Note: In print] Feb. Thursday 19, 1863
[Note: In pencil] came back Mr Dick
came in and soon
after Capt Stockton
Capt S- is first rate
company very lively
and good at setting
off a story. He was
in the army of the
Potomac a long time
under Gen Hancock,
He gave us quite an
amusing account of
the General. Capt S
is a licensed minister
had been in the seminary
His bump of fun is well
developed for a
clergyman I think

[Note: In print] Feb. Friday 20, 1863
[Note: In pencil] May 29th Sunday
This morning we
waited with some anxiety
to see whether Mr Noileross
as if he did not come
Henry would be obliged
to preach himself.
About nine o clock
Mr N + his wife appeared
having walked from
Wilkinsburg about 3 miles
They are quite a good
looking couple Mrs
N reminds me somewhat
of Alice Caldwell.
He preached twice in
the eating house and
left immediately after

[Note: In print] Feb. Saturday 21, 1863
[Note: In pencil] the second service to
fulfill an appointment
in Swiss Vale.
May 30th Monday
This morning Henry
went into Pittsburg +
I washed a little and
finished papering the
cook room, Chaplain
Bear came in just as
we were sitting down to
dinner and took dinner
with us Afterwards Henry
went with him through
the camp. Dr Curtiss
of the General Hospital
was also in a camp and
they both took supper

[Note: In print] Feb. Sunday 22, 1863
[Note: In pencil] with us. I spent the
afternoon principally
in writing letters as
it is my regular day
for paying debts in the
line of correspondence
May 31st Tuesday
Recd [Received] a letter from
Frank to-day and
answered it immediately.
In the evening we had
a sing by appointment
although as it was not
much known only
two came Mr Dick
and Mr Stoddard.
However we had a
very nice time singing

[Note: In print] Feb. Monday 23, 1863
[Note: In pencil] June 1st Wednesday.
Today is the first of
summer. I thought
of Matt as it is her
birthday. In the
afternoon we went
into Pittsburg to hear
Gov Curtin's address
at the opening of the
fair. As we got off
the [?cars?] we met

[Note: In print] Feb. Tuesday 24, 1863

[Note: In print] Feb. Wednesday 25, 1863

[Note: In print] Feb. Thursday 26, 1863
[Note: In pencil] Reminiscences of
Point of Rocks.
Tuesday May 22nd.
I left Point of Rocks
Va after having spent
there three months
very very happily.
I would be so glad
to have a complete
diary of the time I
spent but it seemed
impossible to get time
to keep one but perhaps
I can make some
amends by noting
down what I can
remember.

[Note: In print] Feb. Friday 27, 1863
[Note: In pencil] I left home March
6th and after a
tedious ride in the
stage to Wooster and
a pleasant one in the
cars reached Alleghany
City about 1/2 past 8
in the evening wher
I expected to find
Henry waiting for
me in which I was
disappointed as he
had not received
the word I sent him
After waiting in the
depot a short time
I sent him a line
[?telling?] the bearer if


[Note: In print] Feb. Saturday 28, 1863
[Note: In pencil] he could not find him
to see Mr Reed + in a
few moments he returned
with Mr Reed + we
started for Beatty Hale
On the way Henry
overtook us just returning
from meeting + then
went with me to the
St Clair Hotel + spent
the evening-
March 7th In the morning
Henry + I went to see Mr
[?Albree?] who said that he
had just received word
from Washington that
all the ladies had
been ordered back from


[Note: In print] March, Sunday 1, 1863
[Note: In pencil] City Point + were probably
then at Washington but
said if I wanted to go
on he would send me
As I had no idea
of turning back unless
obliged to I left Pittsburg
on the 4 oclock PM
train On the train
met a Mrs Merritt from
Cleveland also going
out to labor under the
Christian Commission
We passed the
mountains in the
night but it was such
bright moonlight that
we would see very well

[Note: In print] March, Monday 2, 1863
[Note: In pencil] I Enjoyed it very
much was surprised
that the mountains
seemed no higher

[Note: In print] March, Tuesday 3, 1863

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[Note: In print] March, Friday 6. 1863

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[Note: In print] March, Sunday 8, 1863

[Note: In print] March, Monday 9, 1863

[Note: In print] March, Tuesday 10, 1863

[Note: In print] March, Wednesday 11, 1863

[Note: In print] March, Thursday 12, 1863

[Note: In print] March, Friday 13, 1863

[Note: In print] March, Saturday 14, 1863

[Note: In print] March, Sunday 15, 1863

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[Note: In print] March, Friday 20, 1863

[Note: In print] March, Saturday 21, 1863

[Note: In print] March, Sunday 22, 1863
[Note: In pencil] Aug 30th Monday.
Frank worked in
the cellar, fixed the
cupboard doors so that
they would open and
shut easily. When he
was through he told Mary
that he expected we
would be opening and
shutting those doors
all the time now
Sarah drove over to
Will [?Hulberts?] but he
did not feel like
riding said it was
too near the middle of the
day.

[Note: In print] March, Monday 23, 1863
[Note: In pencil] Aug 31st Tuesday
Edward Sarah &
I went out to Weymouth
Sept 1st-
We came home,
found Frank on the
lounge feeling very mis
erable. I gave him the
word Mr Nettleton sent
to him, namely that
she herself had been
an invalid so long
that she [Note: page stained] [illegible] how
to sympathize with
him, that she thought
of him often an
sent her sympathy.

[Note: In print] March, Tuesday 24, 1863
[Note: In pencil] He seemed quite pleased
said that she knew what
it was to be sick so long,
told us that they had
received China letters while
we were gone and his
birthday letters among
them.
Sept 6th Sabbath.
Frank was very
feverish during the
afternoon, we felt anx-
ious fearing he would
be sick and [illegible]
that he could [illegible]

[Note: In print] March, Wednesday 25, 1863
[Note: In pencil] but little. While I was
studying the lesson for
the next Sabbath he asked
for a lesson leaf and
we looked it over together
[u]the last time[/u]. The lesson
was the first part of
the 10th Chapter of [?gn?] &
I remember wondering
anxiously how the next
sabbath would find him,
Sept 6th Monday -
It seemed so
warm that Frank went
into the [?north?] bedroom
Frank & Sarah Leitzell

[Note: In print] March, Thursday 26, 1863
[Note: In pencil] called to see him and
he came out though
hardly able to do so. [?Sarah?]
wanted to get some of
his cod liver oil and
he went up stairs after
it, brought her down
one of his little
striped gourds.
Sept 7th Tuesday.
He did not
leave his room (the South
chamber). Mother was
with him nearly all
the forenoon and he
told her that he was

[Note: In print] March, Friday 27, 1863
[Note: In pencil] afraid he should never
live to see [u]Henry[/u] & [u]Hattie[/u]
seemed sad and
discouraged all day
and he had coughed
almost incessantly for
several days so was quite
weak, he had been taking
[?large?] doses of morphine
and so obtained a
little sleep.
Sept 8th Wednesday.
We filled up the
study for him thinking
he would find it more
comfortable than the

[Note: In print] March, Saturday 28, 1863
[Note: In pencil] south room. Edward
[?Em?] & I went down to
Mr Caughey's in the
evening to practice some
music for the Soldiers
Reunion (166 O.V.I) which
was to occur the next
day.
Sept 9th Thursday.
Sarah went to
Cleveland to consult
Dr Salsbury about Frank.
The Dr seemed to
think the cold of little
consequence said that he
must wear it out. Frank
said when we told him

[Note: In print] March, Sunday 29, 1863
[Note: In pencil] that he thought it
cold was wearing
him out pretty fast.
The Dr sent him some
medicine for the fever
+ told Sarah to write
to him in a few days.
The Soldier's Reunion
was held in the Town Hall
Edward Em & I went
down as it seemed
almost necessary on
account of the music.
We felt very anxious
all day about him and
Em came home at
noon, found him

[Note: In print] March, Monday 30, 1863
[Note: In pencil] sleeping. When we came
home at night he
was sitting up, Mary
was with him, had
been reading to him.
We told him as
much as possible about
the Reunion. Fowler
Nettleton called to see
him on the way home
and it seemed to
do him a good deal of
good. -- Mother
brushed and bathed
him a great deal every
day and it always seemed
to make him more
comfortable.

[Note: In print] March, Tuesday 31, 1863
[Note: In pencil] Thursday Sept 16th
Sarah went to Columbus
this morning (I had
decided not to return to
Wooster so she thought
she had better go back)
Frank said when
he bade her good bye
"Sarah I shall miss
you ever so much", she
had taken the care
of his medicine and
been with him most
of the time.
He came down
stairs in the forenoon
and did not go back
until night. He told

[Note: In print] April, Wednesday 1, 1863
[Note: In pencil] me that I must
take Sarah's place
[illegible] [illegible] she was
one. I told him that
I would not promise
to tell it but would
be glad to do the
very best I could for
him.
Thursday Sept 23d
Clive Brown came up
and spent the evening.
She was going to bed
in a few days and
bade Frank good by
telling him that he
hoped he would soon
be strong again.

[Note: In print] April, Thursday 2, 1863
[Note: In pencil] Mr Mc Laughlin
also called to see
him a few minutes,
Sab Sept 25th.
Edward & I took
Mary to Wooster -
Thursday Sept 30th
Edward's birthday, Rev
Mr Skinner and Mr
Seymour of Cleveland
spent the night [?with?]
us. Tomorrow we have
the Sabbath [?school?] [illegible].

[Note: In print] April, Friday 3, 1863
[Note: In pencil] in our church [illegible]
by then.
Friday Oct 1st -
Edward Em & I
attended the convention
all day. When we came
home we went into
the bedroom and
told Frank all we
could about it and [illegible]
[illegible] to give him
[Note: writing is faded]
[illegible] [illegible] [illegible] [illegible]
In the morning, he

[Note: In print] April, Saturday 4, 1863
[Note: In pencil] [u]dressed himself[/u]
came from the study
to the parlor just before
worship. He did not
sit up very long after
wards, seemed very
tired,
Oct 2nd Sat
Mother + Em went
to Mr [?Meeds?] to bid
Chloe Brown good bye
as she leaves for
the west on Monday.
Rained considerably
during the day but Frank

[Note: In print] April, Sunday 5, 1863
[Note: In pencil] seemed very [?comfortable?].
Oct 14
Sabbath School Convention
at Amwell. As it was
very pleasant in the
morning we thought
perhaps Frank would
like to go with Edward
& I for the sake of the
rich. He thought it
would be a good idea
and said I dident
need to go unless I
wished for he could
drive back. We told
hime we thought it

[Note: In print] April, Monday 6, 1863
[Note: In pencil] best not try to do
that. It was quite
cold going down, much
colder that we had
expected, We left Edward
at the church and
came immediately back
Frank did not
seem to suffer from
the cold coming home
and when we reached
town he asked if we
had'nt better get the
mail and then said
we would like to see
Sarah Leitzell. We
saw Isaac Powers at

[Note: In print] April, Tuesday 7, 1863
[Note: In pencil] the P.O. and he said
"[u]Francis[/u] isnt it pretty
easy for you this morning."
Frank was quite amused
at being called [u]Francis[/u],
He was very tired
when he went to Sarah's
and she gave him some
[?his lamb?] and insisted
on having him stay
for dinner. While he was
eating I went to the
P.O also to the Times
ofice for the paper too
when I came back
read the [illegible]
to Frank + Sarah. He

[Note: In print] April, Wednesday 8, 1863
[Note: In pencil] was eating some [u]at
meal[/u] porridge and I
very much feared it
would hurt him. He
laughingly said "Do you
allow this"? and we
finally thought perhaps
it would not hurt him
His hands seemed
very cold and Sarah
brought some alcohol
+ water to bathe them.
She told him he had
prettier hands than any
of his sisters to which
I readily [illegible].
He did not seem

[Note: In print] April, Thursday 9, 1863
[Note: In pencil] to recover from the
ride of his ride to
Amwell for a long time.
Oct 25th
Rev Mr Doolittle
a returned missionary
from China lectured in
the evening. He came
to our house in the
morning while I was
gone to get some
[?willows?] for Frank. In the afternoon he
showed us his curiosities
that he had brought
from China. Frank

[Note: In print] April, Friday 10, 1863
[Note: In pencil] sat up until he was
through, afterwards
complained of being
very tired, said their
was too much excitement
about such things for
him.
Soon after this
Alice Cran & her
husband called. She
told Frank that he
looked 100% better
than when she and
her mother were up
in Sept. After they

[Note: In print] April, Saturday 11, 1863
[Note: In pencil] left Frank said that
he thought was
very encouraging.
Election Day.
Father and Edward
went up and voted
early in the afternoon
and Frank waited until
Em returned from
giving music lessons.
She did not reach
home until after 3 P.M
+ he began to fear
he was not going to
get there in time.

[Note: In print] April, Sunday 12, 1863
[Note: In pencil] He said he should
be badly disappointed
if she did not come
as he wanted to put in
another vote for Governor.
It must have been
sad for him too, to go
knowing that it was
the last time in all
probability.
Among the last
purchases Frank made
for hiself was [?some?]
flannel handkerchiefs.
We went to the

[Note: In print] April, Monday 13, 1863
[Note: In pencil] Matteson's clothing
store and Frank went
in while I held the
[?horse?]. [?Presently?] Mr M
came out and told
me that my brouther
would like to have me
go in and help him
with what he needed.
What seemed a
[illegible] [illegible], he said
was [--a--] expensive he
feared too much
but I told him that
of he wanted that we
wanted him to
have [?them?] [?and?]
we took [?them?].

[Note: In print] April, Tuesday 1, 1863
[Note: In pencil] When we were ready
to go home Frank said
he did not know how he
could get into the buggy.
I told him I would
bring a box that was
near but he said it
belonged to "Boire's" Drug
store. I then said I
would ask Mr Matteson
to come but he helped
himself before I could
call any one, said he
was too tired to ride
farther.

[Note: In print] April, Wednesday 15, 1863
[Note: In pencil] I was with him
too one day when he
exchanged his boots for
a pair of cloth ones at
Mr Kulpes. He told Mr
Kulp that he was very
weak and did not
expect to be good for
much this winter. Mr
Mc Laughlin came
along as he was
ready. I got to the
buggy and helped him.
Mr [illegible] [?told?]
to bring Frank down
to the store sometime

[Note: In print] April, Thursday 16, 1863
[Note: In pencil] to see him. Frank +
"Mc" (as he always
called him) were the
best of friends.
One of the last
times he rode out
we went round by
the M.E Church and
then came out the road
south of Mr St [?Johnson?]
Frank seemed very
sad that day, said
he had hoped to be
able to work at meetings
or [?beehives?] in the
spring but that it

[Note: In print] April, Friday 17, 1863
[Note: In pencil] did not seem to look
much like it now. This
was one [u]of[/u] the [u]very[/u] few
times when he seemed
discouraged about himself.
As we passed Gen
Hay's new house I
told him that there
were some nice new
[?horses?] at the station.
I would like to have
him see and he
replied "Yes if I get
out again."
At another
time we met round

[Note: In print] April, Saturday 18, 1863
[Note: In pencil] by the M.E Ch then
on the east + west
road coming down by
the old Smith place
and through town home
We watched Father
+ Edward working in
the potato patch below
the hull. Capt Bates
house was nearly com-
pleted and Frank spoke
of the painting, we
thought the blinds
were very dark colored
but when we came
[illegible] forward we had
only been looking through

[Note: In print] April, Sunday 19, 1863
[Note: In pencil] the windows as the
blinds were not on.
There were some
nice pumpkins in
the Capt's field and
Frank in his own
funny way proposed
that we put a
pumpkin under the
[illegible] whenever we rode
out and we would
have a good supply
before long."

[Note: In print] April, Monday 20, 1863
[Note: In pencil] I took him out to
ride the day of the
New England supper
at the Hall. While
I went into the Drug
store to get some
medicine Mr Moffit our
Methodist Minister
talked with Frank
+ afterwards came
into the store and
said to me "Your
brother took very
poorly, he certainly
can not stay [?busy?]
but I think the

[Note: In print] April, Tuesday 21, 1863
[Note: In pencil] wish to live until
Henry & Hattie come
will keep him up
for some time."
The day of [illegible]
Whiteside's sale we
drove past the
[?house?] so that he
might see the
people there. We met
Fowler Nettleton and
after driving Frank
Home I went down
to Jackson. He [?seemed?]
[?very?] [illegible] [illegible] [illegible]

[Note: In print] April, Wednesday 22, 1863
[Note: In pencil] Nov 7th Sabbath
I remained
at home with Frank.
He sat in the
kitchen door and
watched the people
go to Church then after
a while he came in
and slept on the
lounge a little while
I watched him
all the time he was
sleeping, [u]so wasted[/u] and
work with suffering
and thought it must
not be possible for

[Note: In print] April, Thursday 23, 1863
[Note: In pencil] him to live long in
such a condition.
He awoke with a
little start and I
almost relieved for
it often seemed as
though he might sleep
himself away he was
so weak, so frail.
His eyes always
bright were unusua
ly bright so during
the last months
he was with us.
Never have I seen
eyes that seemed
to me so beautiful
unless it was [u]Cynthia's[/u]

[Note: In print] April, Friday 24, 1863
[Note: In pencil] just before supper
he spoke of Dr Bean
said he wondered if
he could do him any
good. Afterwards sat
at the corner of the
table with us and
watched us eat our
supper. We girls could
never eat but little
when he was looking
on, it seems so
hard for [u]him[/u] to
be denied food that
he craved that it
seemed almost [illegible]
to us and we [illegible]
cooked something but

[Note: In print] April, Saturday 25, 1863
[Note: In pencil] what was absolute
necessary.
Nov 8th Monday.
Edward went with
Frank to Cleveland.
Frank had said
for several days that
he would like to see
a Dr once more and
as he was feeling
pretty comfortable and
the weather was favorable
he thought he would
try to go. We all
helped him get ready
Em cooked him

[Note: In print] April, Sunday 26, 1863
[Note: In pencil] some meals for
lunch + another helped
him dress. Father took
them to the Depot +
when he came home
I took him out to
the corn field. He
said that it was
very sad to see Frank
starting off looking
so feeble, said he
felt very anxious for
it seemed a great risk
for him to go, and
it could do him no
good but as he had
felt anxious to go

[Note: In print] April, Monday 27, 1863
[Note: In pencil] perhaps it was best.
Em + I cleaned
Frank's bedroom while
they were gone as we
knew it could not
be done when he was
at home. We put
down the carpet that
was [u]Hannah's[/u]. Minerva
called in the afternoon
we were obliged to
hurry afterwards to
get through before
the train should come
in. We talked of
Frank all day, it
seemed [u]so strange[/u]

[Note: In print] April, Tuesday 28, 1863
[Note: In pencil] and lonely without
[u]our invalid[/u] and we
knew that before
long we should have
dear Frank gone and
not have the hope of
his returning.
Father went to
the depot and we
awaited with a good
deal of anxiety his
return for Edward
was to see the Dr
if possible unknown
to Frank, in order
to find out what
he really thought of

[Note: In print] April, Wednesday 29, 1863
[Note: In pencil] his ever being any
better and although
we know there was
probably no chance
for him still we
were hardly prepared
for the result. Edward
said the Dr told him
that "there was
nothing to say" that
his food him no
good and he was
in reality starving
to death, said that
if he rallied within
a few weeks he
might possibly help

[Note: In print] April, Thursday 30, 1863
[Note: In pencil] him some. The Dr
seemed to think
that the reason he
had not gained
was because he
had not strictly
followed his directions
in regard to eating.
This seemed very
improbable to us at
the time and now
we feel sure that
such could not
have been the case.
Frank did not
seem as tired as
we had expected

[Note: In print] May, Friday 1, 1863
[Note: In pencil] he would. After
Edward had told us
what the Dr had
said I went back
into the sitting room
+ Frank reached out
his hand as he almost
always did when he
wanted to talk about
anything, and I
sat down on the floor
beside him and asked
him what the Dr
had told him.
He said "Well
he said "While there
[Note: stamp of the number 6] is life there is
hope and [?says?]

[Note: In print] May, Saturday 2, 1863
[Note: In pencil] he has raised up
men when they could
not turn in bed"
but added Frank
You know the tricks
of these Drs, they
sometimes [u]keep[/u] a
fellow[--s--] in bed so as
to have the credit
of a wonderful cure."
He said the Dr
told him he was
having Chronic Diarrhea
and that was news
to him also that he
was in danger of
having Consumption

[Note: In print] May, Sunday 3, 1863
[Note: In pencil] of the bowels and
added "I shall
have a pretty hard
time if that is the
case. [u]Dear brother[/u]
how thankful we
all feel that his
sufferings were not
prolonged as they
often are in such
cases. After he
had talked a while
he eat his supper
and I gave him
the new medicine
two kinds of pills."
He soon went

[Note: In print] May, Wednesday 6, 1863
[Note: In pencil] could to relieve him,
rubbed him almost
constantly, bathed his
head and applied
hot applications to
his chest and bowels.
We thought the difficulty
was with his heart
as the circulation seemed
almost stopped.
He thought he was
dying as did we all
for he had never experienced
such distress before.
He looked at
Father very earnestly
and repeated the

[Note: In print] May, Thursday 7, 1863
[Note: In pencil] words." We have an
Advocate with the
Father Jesus Christ
the Righteous. Father
did not hear and
he repeated it a
second time. He said
that he had hoped
to live that it was
sometimes hard to
to submit to God's
will in all things
that it was hard
to leave his friends
but they and he
would meet again.
He said "You

[Note: In print] May, Friday 8, 1863
[Note: In pencil] must only think of
me as one more
gone before, I shall
meet the loved on
the other side."
Em & I were
standing at the
head of the bed
and we asked
him what word
we should send
for him to the ones
in China and he
told Em to bring
him some [?lines?]
from the bureau
drawer he took

[Note: In print] May, Saturday 9, 1863
[Note: In pencil] them and read
them then gave
them back to her.
"We'll meet again
how sweet the strain
How soothing is the sound
Like far off strains
of music heard
On some enchanted ground"
He said he would
like to have Father talk
with him, give him
advice and consolation."
Em told him that
it would not be
long until we [illegible]
all go and Mother

[Note: In print] May, Sunday 10, 1863
[Note: In pencil] said "Your Father
& I will probably
go before long".
I said to him
"Darling, you are not
afraid to die"? and
he replied, "No! [u]He[/u] is
able to save to the
uttermost, Cast all your
burdens on the Lord. I
told him that Jesus
would go with him, that
he was not going alone
and repeated the verse
"And God shall wipe
away all tears from

[Note: In print] May, Monday 11, 1863
[Note: In pencil] their eyes, and their
shall be no more death
neither sorrow nor
[?crying?], neither shall
there be any more
pain, for the former
things have passed
away. Once he closed
his eyes and Em said
to me "I dont believe
he will ever open them
again". After about
two hours he began
to feel a little [illegible]
and said "I may
not be going now
but [illegible] [illegible]

[Note: In print] May, Tuesday 12, 1863
[Note: In pencil] would be a satisfaction
to my friends to know
my feelings,
At night it seemed
as though he had been
given back from the
dead and we all
felt that his precious
life was fast wasting
away and that the
end must surely
soon come.

[Note: In print] May, Wednesday 13, 1863
[Note: In pencil] Nov 12th
Em went to
Wooster for Mary.
Frank was very
much all day from
the effects of the
spell of the day
before. Mother was
with him all the
forenoon I going
in occasionally. He
said to me once
"Oh you look
well and strong,
I wish I came [?for?]
a [?spell for?] a little

[Note: In print] May, Thursday 14, 1863
[Note: In pencil] while. I told him
that I would willingly
give him a share of
my good health,
that I could spare
him a good deal +
still be comfortable.
While I was in the
sitting room he said
to Mother "There is
not much comfort
in living this way" and
looking through
door he added "Do
you think so, Clara"
wondering what

[Note: In print] May, Friday 15, 1863
[Note: In pencil] reply to make, I
asked what he said
+ he repeated the
words of a moment
before, I told him
he must think of the
[?comfort?] he was to
us and I went in
+ with Mother tried
to divert him. [?Sarah?]
was brushing his
arms and they were
growing oh [u]so [?thin?][/u]

[Note: In blue pen, different handwriting] By Clara 1875 - FRANKS
[Note: In print] May, Saturday 16, 1863
[Note: Handwriting] One day when I was
alone with Frank, I do not remember
the date he looked
over [--t--]his bureau, taking
each drawer and
examining everything
it it. While looking
over Hannah's things
he said that he supposed
they might be doing
some one good if they
were sent to the Home
Mission. I unfolded
her nubia and said

[Note: In blue pen, different handwriting] LAST DAYS
[Note: In print] May, Sunday 17, 1863
[Note: Handwriting] that I did not
believe we would
want to send that
away, it looked so
like her. He took
out a small pin
that was hers and
put it up side of
the [--wall--] window.
Among other things
he showed me the
lilac he had pressed
several years ago from
[u]Hattie's[/u] bush, also
some cake he had
kept from the cake
used at Hattie's last
party. He gave me

[Note: In print] May, Monday 18, 1863
[Note: Handwriting] a narrow scarlet
ribbon that was
Hannah's also her
crotchet needle, said
I would find it a
good one.
He spoke very
sadly of the way
her things were
disposed of at his
home after her death,
said he did not even
know who had her dresses
and had no voice
about anything. I
told him that it
was very hard to

[Note: In print] May, Tuesday 19, 1863
[Note: Handwriting] forgive them for the
way they did at that
time. He did not
finish putting back
the things said he
was too tired and I
might put them back
and so he watched
me return them to
their places. I [u]felt[/u]
that it was the last
time he would see them
and I presume he
felt the same.
A few days
after this he spoke

[Note: In print] May, Wednesday 20, 1863
[Note: Handwriting] of his books of Psalms,
said that Mother
had one and he didnt
know as Father would
care about having
it, said he would
[u]like[/u] to give it to
Mrs Dorsey but
perhaps he ought
give it to old Mrs
Wallick. I told him
that if he felt that
he would rather give
it to Mrs Dorsey I
thought he might do
so.

[Note: In print] May, Thursday 21, 1863
[Note: Handwriting] Nov 20th
I took Frank out
to ride- When I came
in and told him I
was ready to go, he
said that he did not
feel very well and
perhaps he ought
not to go, said he
had a severe pain in
his side. I told him
that perhaps he would
feel better to have
some fresh air.
He asked for some
whiskey and water
which seemed to relieve

[Note: In print] May, Friday 22, 1863
[Note: Handwriting] him somewhat.
While waiting for
him I looked over
my Hymnal and he
said "They never sing
the 301st hymn,
Do they? It has been
one of my favorites
for a long time.
"Through all the changing
scenes of life
In trouble and in joy
The praises of my God shall
My heart and tongue ^[still] employ"
He seemed to
feel miserably when

[Note: In print] May, Saturday 23, 1863
[Note: Handwriting] we started, said he
was so sleepy, thought
possibly he might
have taken too much
stimulus. He laughingly
rEmarked as we left
the yard "Perhaps I
am drunk for sure"-
We met Mr Strong
and Charley up at
their place. Rude as
far as Josiah Craw-
ford's and there turned
around. He began to
feel worse and I
drove rapidly for it
seemed chilly and I

[Note: In print] May, Sunday 24 1863
[Note: Handwriting] feared he might
take cold. When we
reached home Mother
helped him into the
house and he went
immediately to bed,
throwing his cap on
the floor and not
waiting to remove his
overcoat. He said Oh
[u]I am so tired[/u] and
seemed to feel much
as he had in the
previous distressed turn
of Nov 11th. He told
Mary that he guessed
we would have to
give him up, it was

[Note: In print] May, Monday 25, 1863
[Note: Handwriting] of no use.
Towards night
he felt better said
that I might cook
his supper and he
seemed to relish it
as well as usual.
Nov 27th (3rd Spell)
He slept a good
deal during the forenoon
which was quite unusual
Not liking to disturb
him I did not cook
his dinner until much
later than usual and

[Note: In print] May, Tuesday 26, 1863
[Note: Handwriting] then it was with
[--with--] difficulty that
he roused sufficiently
to eat. A little
while afterwards he
he commenced
feeling greatly distressed
We rubbed and
brushed him and bathed
his head with whiskey +
water. He asked
if we couldnt help
him along some by
singing to him,
Father asked
him what he would
like to have us sing

[Note: In print] May, Wednesday 27, 1863
[Note: Handwriting] and he said
"The Lord my ShephErd
is"- After we had
sang that he said
he would like to
have Father select
one and he selected
"There is a land of
pure delight"- It was
very difficult for
us to control ourselves
but we four, Father
Edward Em + I sang
as best we could
and then Father
led in prayer com-
meding the dear son

[Note: In print] May, Thursday 28, 1863
[Note: Handwriting] and brother to
God, praying that
his life might be
spared if it could
be consistent with His
holy will, but that if
he was now to leave
us that he might
be made Conqueror
and more than
Conqueror through Him
who hath loved us
and given Himself
for us"-- It seemed
to us all as though
he was surely going
he was oppressed for

[Note: In print] May, Friday 29, 1863
[Note: Handwriting] breath and we threw
open the window but
it seemed to do him
no good. Mary had
gone to the village
and we feared he
might pass away
before she returned.
When we saw her
coming I ran down
to the road and met
her, told her to hasten
for we feared Frank
was dying. He felt
better [--for--] ^[after] a time
asked for some supper
and slept during
the evening.

[Note: In print] May, Saturday 30, 1863
[Note: Handwriting] He told Mary
that those hymns did
him so much good,
said they gave our
food when they were
suffering.
He said to
Edward who sat
on the bed holding
his hand "[u]We Brothers
must part but we
shall meet again[/u]"
He told Em that
it seemed hard to
suffer so but the
Saviour suffered a
great deal more
for him.

[Note: In print] May, Sunday 31, 1863
[Note: Handwriting] Nov 19th
(Omitted by mistake)
Mrs Dorsey called
to see Frank. We
saw her coming but
did not tell him.
He had just been
down town, Em had
taken him down (the
last time he was
ever down) and Mrs
Dorsey said she
thought she would
wait until he was
rested. Frank sat
in his rocking chair

[Note: In print] June, Monday 1, 1863
[Note: Handwriting] by the South door
and was very
sociable, wanted her
to taste one of his
pills and see what
kind of medicine
he had to take.
When she went
away he said "I
dont know how
"I am going to
get through the
winter" and looked
earnestly at her thinking
to read her thoughts
about his condition.
She replied "Well

[Note: In print] June, Tuesday 2, 1863
[Note: Handwriting] we will [u]hope[/u] for
the best Frank.
He then told her
to be sure and
come again and
added "[u]Dont forget
me[/u]; This was the
last time she saw
him and she has
since told me that
she can never forget
just how earnest he
looked as he said
"[u]Dont forget[/u] me".
After she had
gone Frank said "we
will go down there

[Note: In print] June, Wednesday 3, 1863
[Note: Handwriting] sometimes, the teachers
board there and it
would stir me up
and make me feel
better.
Jesse Crawford
called to see Frank
one day and Frank
told him that it was
oftentimes very hard
for him to keep
from envying [u]strong[/u]
young men like him,

[Note: In print] June, Thursday 4, 1863
[Note: Handwriting] Nov 28th
Eliza Hamsher
came quite unexpected
by this morning, came
up to spend the day
with Frank. She
did not go into
his room but waited
until he was dressed
and came out.
He asked her if
she thought he had
been [u]gaining flesh[/u]
+ told her all about
his medicine, Dr
Salbury &c &c. In the

[Note: In print] June, Friday 5, 1863
[Note: Handwriting] afternoon he laid down
and I staid with
him awhile. He laughed
about Eliza's talking
so fast, said he
liked to hear her
but it tired him.
Eliza had told
me in the morning
that she did not
see how it was possible
for us to have the
least hope of his
ever being better, said
there could be [u]no
chance[/u], said she
had taken care of

[Note: In print] June, Saturday 6, 1863
[Note: Handwriting] Consumptives and they
were never better after
looking as badly as
he did. I told Em
and we both thought
that perhaps it was
because she had not
seen him for so long
that he looked so
badly to her. Frank
remained
in the sitting
room while we were
Eating dinner, something
that it always distressed
us to have him want
to do, for it seemed
too bad for him to

[Note: In print] June, Sunday 7, 1863
[Note: Handwriting] see the rest of the
family eating things
that were denied him,
In the evening
Mother staid with
Frank and the rest
of us staid in the
parlor.
The next morning
she left on the train
When she bad Frank
good bye he said
"I consider my
recovery doubtful but
[u]all will be well[/u]".
She has since told
us that these were

[Note: In print] June, Monday 8, 1863
[Note: Handwriting] the precise words
that [u]Hannah[/u] used
the last time that
she saw her.
She told him that
Will was coming up
to see him and as
she went out of the
door she said "Now
take good care of
yourself, Frank."
She felt very
badly when she left
us for she thought
a great deal of
Frank and she well
knew that she

[Note: In print] June, Tuesday 9, 1863
[Note: Handwriting] would never look on
his face again.
Nov 29th
Thanksgiving.
We all felt that
this was the last
Thanksgiving Day that
Frank would be with
us and tried to
make him as comfor-
table as possible.
Father Edward Em
+ I went to Church
(Methodist) and May

[Note: In print] June, Wednesday 10, 1863
[Note: Handwriting] and Mother staid
at home. When we
came home we found
him eating dinner.
His medicine came
in the office and
some papers and
best of all some
[u]China letters[/u].
He came out in
the sitting room after
a little while and read
in the N.Y. Observer,
(always his favorite paper)
I pinned the
vines on to the curtains
at the south window
and he watched me

[Note: In print] June, Thursday 11, 1863
[Note: Handwriting] as I worked with
them. His love for
flowers was intense,
and friEnds [--had--]
^[had] sent him a great
many beautiful bouquets
while flowers lasted.
Mary + Em prepared
dinner and I staid
with him while Mary
was eating and then
she came in. Neither
Em or Mary could
enjoy their Thanksgiving
dinner-- It was
never any pleasure
for us to eat
thing that he

[Note: In print] June, Friday 12, 1863
[Note: Handwriting] was not allowed
to have. After dinner
I read the China
letters to him and
then cooked him
some oysters, gave
him [u]all[/u] that he
wanted, served one
very large one by
itself on a tiny platter.
He seemed so
comfortable all the
afternoon and in very
good spirits. Mrs
Caughey and Mrs
Zeiglar called
towards evening. He
was then lying on the

[Note: In print] June, Saturday 13, 1863
[Note: Handwriting] lounge, talked with
them considerable +
asked them to come
again. After they
went away we all
talked together a
long time before he
complained of being
tired. In the evening
Edward drew a map
of Jerusalem on one
of the blackboards
belonging to S.S.

[Note: In print] June, Sunday 14, 1863
[Note: Handwriting] Nov 30th
Sarah came home
and Frank was
very glad to see
her, asked how long
she could stay.
He had suffered
a great deal through
the day with pain in
his bowels and after
trying everything we could
think of Mary went
to town for some
peppermint. Mother
made some remark
about peppermint
being poisonous to [u]dogs[/u]

[Note: In print] June, Monday 15, 1863
[Note: Handwriting] which Frank repeated
to me with a great
deal of amusement.
The medicine seemed
to relieve him considerably
He had been using
muriatic acid for a
few days instead of
Pepsine and thought
that was the [--occasi--]
cause of his distress.
In the evening he
talked with Sarah
a while and then
told her he would
have to wait until
morning.

[Note: In print] June, Tuesday 16, 1863
[Note: Handwriting] Matt Patton +
Allie Elliott called
one evening to see
him. He was eating
his supper and seemed
unusually comfortable.
Laughed with them
about always knowing
what the next meal
would bring him, sad
that people all seemed
to think that he used
beef in a [u]raw[/u] slate
but he did'nt see how
they received such an
impression. He did not

[Note: In print] June, Wednesday 17, 1863
[Note: Handwriting] seen much like an
invalid, so bright
and cheerful as he
looked that night.
Old Mr Devine
was here a long
time in the afternoon
and talked with
Mother about his having
taken tea with the
teachers, and eating
[?graham?] bread and
then followed a
discussion of bread
making in general.
Frank could hear

[Note: In print] June, Thursday 18, 1863
[Note: Handwriting] all as the door
was ajar, and it
annoyed me exceeding
ly to have him obliged
to listen to a conversation
about [u]bread[/u], one of the
articles he craved so
much. He complained
a great deal of the
heat and of a sense
of suffocation. I
opened the window
but it did not seem
to do him any good.
He asked me
to count his pulse
and I found it
[Note: Number 8 stamped]
120. I told him

[Note: In print] June, Friday 19, 1863
[Note: Handwriting] it was very rapid +
he said he supposed
that was what made
him feel so badly.
He could not get
to sleep but noticed
that I was sleepy +
told me to lie down
on the foot of the
bed and have a nap.
I told him I would
sleep if [u]he[/u] would but
he did not get any
sleep.

[Note: In print] June, Saturday 20, 1863
[Note: Handwriting] One day while Sarah
was at home Hester
and Mary Hedges
called. Frank was
in the sitting room
Afterwards we went
into the parlor and
Mary told us of
her Mother's death
only a year before.
She had consumption
+ Mary said that
Frank made her
think so much of
her mother.
After they left

[Note: In print] June, Sunday 21, 1863
[Note: Handwriting] Frank said that if
left alone a little
while he thought he
could sleep. I was
up stairs and he
asked Mary to call
his "cook".
- - -
Mr StokEs called.
He told Frank that
he thought he looked
as well as when he
saw him last. Frank
replied that he expected
the cold weather would
try him [u]by[/u] + [u]by[/u],

[Note: In print] June, Monday 22, 1863
[Note: Handwriting] Mr Sokes asked
Frank his age and
told him that
he himself was one
year younger than
his father was when
he died aged 49.
- -
Mr Hunter called
one afternoon while
Sarah was at home.
She talked with
Frank a long time,
told him about her
daughter Mattie, how
after a council of
the best Physicians
in the state had given

[Note: In print] June, Tuesday 23, 1863
[Note: Handwriting] her up and said that
she could not live
but two months, she
had lived [u]five years[/u].
She was very cheerful
+ lively and Frank
seemed hardly less
bright. She told
him that she thought
it was a shame for
him to lie in bed so
much, now that it
was such hard times.
He laughed and
said that he guessed
he was rather an
expensive boarder. She

[Note: In print] June, Wednesday 24, 1863
[Note: Handwriting] brought him some
jelly + some other
preparation, specially for
sick people but we
laid them both aside
not daring to use them
He asked to taste
of the jelly and then
I told him that
we would put it away
and perhaps it would
do for him to have
it [u]by + by[/u]. His con
tinual patience about
being denied what he
craved, was a marvel
to me but the dear
boy was so anxious

[Note: In print] June, Thursday 25, 1863
[Note: Handwriting] to live that he was
willing to do anything
that [u]seemed[/u] best.
He said that
Mrs Hunters voice
had tired him, but
that ours never did
it was only stranger's
voices that tired him.
- - -
Rev Mr Moffit
called to see Frank
one of these afternoons
while Sarah was
with us. Frank
was very glad to see

[Note: In print] June, Friday 26, 186
[Note: Handwriting] him and we were
so glad he came, he
was so kind and
sympathetic, just the
one to visit a sick
person. Frank was
very free with him
Mr M- talked of
the Rest he would
find in Heaven and
how short the time
would seem until
all should be gathered
there. Frank spoke
of the verses on the
Tablet on the wall
of how much comfort

[Note: In print] June, Saturday 27, 1863
[Note: Handwriting] they had given him,
Mr Moffit prayed
with him, a very
earnest prayer that
he and we might
be supported if he
should be taken away,
"Even to the very end"
After the prayer
he went into the
bedroom and sang
to Frank two verses
of a hymn the chorus
being
"I am trusting Lord in Thee
Dear Lamb of Calvery.
Humbly at thy cross I bow
Jesus saves me, saves [u]me[/u] now

[Note: In print] June, Sunday 28, 1863
[Note: Handwriting] After Mr M left
Sarah Mary + I went
into the bedroom +
Frank motioned for
me to sit down on
the bed beside him
He then said "Mr
[u]Moffit[/u] seems to think
I can never get well
but [u]I[/u] dont mean
to give up yet, I have
outlived a good many
strong men sice I
was taken sick" and
then he looked up
in such an earnest
way, intent on reading

[Note: In print] June, Monday 29, 1863
[Note: Handwriting] our thoughts about it.
We told him that
we did not give him
up yet and in this
we were sincere. We
thought that Mr
Moffit had not seen
him and of course
he looked worse
to him that to us-
Strange that we
were so deceived but
perhaps better so, This
was about two weeks
before his death.

[Note: In print] June, Tuesday 30, 1863
[Note: Handwriting] One afternoon I read
"Dora Bronson" to
him, He slept a
little while I was
reading, said I must
consider him an
interested listener.
He asked for
his quinine powders
+ put them one by
one into his Glycerine
bottle + then laughed
about having spoiled
it for Em's "hair
oil". He looked
so badly all day-

[Note: In print] July, Wednesday 1, 1863
[Note: Handwriting] I called the girls
in during the afternoon
to see if they did not
think he looked worse
than ever before. In
the evening Em
bathed his head a
long time while Sarah
+ Mary entertained him
with incidents of
"Columbus + Wooster"
- -
A short time previous
to the above he fixed
our clock the [u]last
thing[/u] he did for us -

[Note: In print] July, Thursday 2, 1863
[Note: Handwriting] he worked at it
a while in the sitting
room + then I carried
the stand into the
bedroom. He was so
pleased when he had
put it all together
said he would have
to ask me to put
the weights on they
were so heavy, so I
carried the clock to
the bed + he told me
how to adjust the
weights, laughing a
little at my questions
about the mechanism

[Note: In print] July, Friday 3, 1863
[Note: Handwriting] of the clock it
was all so familiar
to him.
- - -
Will Hurlburt and
John Chambers called
to see him and
spent some little
time with him.
He talked with
them about his beef
diet said he did
not get tired of it
but had a good
appetite, and this he
always considerEd a

[Note: In print] July, Saturday 4, 1863
[Note: Handwriting] favorable sign.
He told Will
that he thought they
were pretty lucky to get
a boy at their house,
referrings to Will's little
two weeks old baby.
He asked them
to come up again
said he could not
get out to see people
and they must
come and see him.
He told them of
dreaming the night before
of having a large
pumpkin pie baked

[Note: In print] July, Sunday 5, 1863
[Note: Handwriting] on a square tin [--f--]
of how much good
it did him, although
but a dream.
After they went
away he complained
of being very tired
said he was too
excited while they were
here.
One day during
these two weeks the
Threshers were here-
+ Frank sat up
in the sitting room
while they were eating

[Note: In print] July, Monday 6, 1863
[Note: Handwriting] in the kitchen. After
they were through [--he--] we
went out to eat supper
And were so startled
+ pained to hear
him coming out. It
seemed as though
we could not have
hime see that [u]table[/u]
knowing what a denial
it would be for him to
resist eating. We
covered up some of
the dishes and hastily
removed others telling
him [--he--] we did not
want to tempt him.
He said that it was

[Note: In print] July, Tuesday 7, 1863
[Note: Handwriting] all right but he
wanted to see how
a [u]table looked again[/u],
said he did not care
for much but the
bread. He was too
tired to stay long
but insisted on [u]walking[/u]
back into the sitting
room, looked into
the [?butlery?] as he
passed and said
well I saw five
loaves of bread in
there on the shelf
anyway,- Dear Brother
how precious the

[Note: In print] July, Wednesday 8, 1863
[Note: Handwriting] thought that he is
now in the land where
"They hunger no more
neither thirst any more"
Cyrus Crane
called [u]early[/u] one
morning. Frank was
so ambitious, did
not want Cyrus to
see him in bed and
so Mother assisted
him to dress and
he walked out into
the sitting room.
When Cyrus left

[Note: In print] July, Thursday 9, 1863
[Note: Handwriting] he asked Frank to
come down + see him
+ he told him he
would if he felt
strong enough.
Sabbath Dec 12th
Mother had not been
to Church for a long
time and in the
morning Frank called
me from the sitting
room and said
"Clara I guess you
+ I can get along
today to let Mother
go to church. Cant

[Note: In print] July, Friday 10, 1863
[Note: Handwriting] we sis"? I told him
I thought we should
do nicely at least
we certainly would
not guarrd.
I brushed his
arms but with a pain
at my heart they were
[u]so[/u] wasted. He noticed
that it made me
feel badly + said "Never
mind, you are too tender
there is no danger of
hurting me". I combed
his hair and whiskey
and then applied
hot flannels to his
chest as he complained

[Note: In print] July, Saturday 11, 1863
[Note: Handwriting] of severe pain,
After a time
this relieved him
+ he seemed quite
comfortable. I read
to him now the
N.Y. Observer -
"Ireneaus letters" +
"Moody + Sankey's work"
always interested him.
After dinner I
read to him from
the Changed Cross.
On a previous
Sabbath several weeks
before, Father asked

[Note: In print] July, Sunday 12, 1863
[Note: Handwriting] him if the Sabbaths
did not sometimes
seem long to him, al-
ways detained from
church. He replied
"Oh I dont know as
they do, I have been
thinking all day of
the hymn "There is a
land of pure delight"
Father then spoke of
death, how the valley
was not dark to the
Christian and that
it was not always
accompanied with
physical suffering.

[Note: In print] July, Monday 13, 1863
[Note: Handwriting] Frank had said
to Mother several
days before "Why
cling to life when
we have a brighter
home" he told her
that he had hope
in view of death for
he knew the [u]believer[/u]
would be saved.
"I know in whom
I have believed and
am persuaded that
he is able to keep
that which I have
committed unto him"

[Note: In print] July, Tuesday 14, 1863
[Note: Handwriting] Dec 16th-
Sarah went back
to Columbus but not
until she had gone
to Cleveland and seen
Dr Salsbury who told
her that Frank was
in no immediate
danger, that he might
yet get well, everything
depended on the care +c
She went in the
morning + Frank watched
the buggy out of
sight, We tried
to divert him as

[Note: In print] July, Wednesday 15, 1863
[Note: Handwriting] much as possible
from her going
I told him that
she was coming home
back when Henry +
Hattie came + that
night not be long.
He said "I am
afraid I shall never
see Sarah again, I
dont know though.
Late in the day
he remarked "Oh but
I [u]did[/u] hate to see her
go away I love to
see them around".
Just [u]one week[/u]

[Note: In print] July, Thursday 16, 1863
[Note: Handwriting] from that night she
returned but only to
find the "precious dust"
We did not could
not think he would
go home so soon.
In the evening
all went to prayer
meeting but Mother
+ I. Frank spent
all the evening in
tapping his lungs and
[?washed?] me to apply
Iodine, thought perhaps
that would relieve
him.

[Note: In print] July, Friday 17, 1863
[Note: Handwriting] Dec 1st Saturday
(omitted)
In the morning
Edward brought down
his blockboard map
of Jerusalem that he
had drawn for his
Sabbath School + showed
it to Frank, pointing
out the different places
he had sketched down.
Frank was very
much interested in it
all. In the afternoon
Edward brought from
town a spring bottom

[Note: In print] July, Saturday 18, 1863
[Note: Handwriting] for Frank's bed. It
was too large and we
thought we would lay
it aside until Monday
but agyer all had gone
to bed but "us girls"
we thought perhaps
we could yet gix it
and so we three lifted
him, matress + all
on to the floor. We were
afraid of jarring him
but he seemed to
enjoy the proceeding
said it was very well
for him but feared
not as well for us.
Em + I took it out

[Note: In print] July, Sunday 19, 1863
[Note: Handwriting] to the barn + removed
a row of springs
while Mary staid with
Frank who had falled
asleep during our short
absence. We felt
more than rewarded
for our pains by seeing
the pleasure it gave
him, it was far more
comfortable every way
for him than before.

[Note: In print] July, Monday 20, 1863
[Note: Handwriting] Dec 18th Saturday
Frank seemed in
unusually good spirits
in the afternoon, called
for the "Dr" as he sometimes
called + wanted to know
if I would'nt prescribe
for him, asked me to
count his pulse, found
it was not running
as fast as usual,
when any of us
passed the door du
ring the afternoon he
would look out and
say "Bring me a plate

[Note: In print] July, Tuesday 21, 1863
[Note: Handwriting] of beans, please just
one plate of beans"-
He kept us laughing
a good part of the
afternoon, how well
that we did not
know that this was
the [u]last[/u] apparent
freedom from weariness
+ pain he should
know ere his final [?release?]
We look back to that
Sat as the last day
that he seemed like
[u]Frank[/u], so rested and
cheerful. We had a
Rehearsal as the Ch to

[Note: In print] July, Friday 24, 1863
[Note: Handwriting] prepare music for
a Sabbath School
concert to take place
[u]Dec 26th[/u] the day after
Christmas. Mary had
planned to stay with
Frank on the evening
of the concert so that
Mother could go. Had
any one told us that
on [u]that evening[/u], Frank
would be sleeping in
his [u]grave[/u], beyond our
love + care we would
have been almost as
surprised to have thought
of its being any other one
of the family. We felt

[Note: In print] July, Saturday 25, 1863
[Note: Handwriting] sorry to leave him
but thought he
would probably sleep
while we were gone, I
went in to arrange
his medicine just
before going away + he
said "Oh you are all
going away". I told
him that after this
concert was over nothing
should call us away, but
as I had to play for
Edward it seemed as
though I had to go, so
kissed him good night
as[--d--] usual and told him

[Note: In print] July, Sunday 26, 1863
[Note: In pencil] Photos promised
Jos Chambers
Ella Whiteside
[Note: Handwriting]
we should want to
find him asleep
when we returned. We
came home + came
in through the back
door so he did not
waken at all. One
night before he had
been drowsy + slept
during the evening and
then on until mid
night, Mother went

[Note: In print] July, Monday 27, 1863
[Note: Handwriting] bed about ten oclock
and had forgotten that
Frank was not ready
for night. He did
not waken until after
12 and then when I
went in + told him
the hour he thought
I must be in fun,
said he had only been
asleep a [u]few moments[/u]
but when I had
convinced him that
it was really past
midnight he laughed
+ thought it hardly
worth while to "go to bed"

[Note: In print] July, Tuesday 28, 1863
[Note: Handwriting] if it was so late.
Dec 19th Sabbath.
Restless + uncomfortable
nearly all day. Mother
+ Mary staid from
church. Mrs Zeiglar
inquired of me about
Frank + I told her
what Dr Salsbury had
said on Wed, that
there was no immediate
danger + that he might
yet be better +c. I
told her that we felt
now as though he would
certainly live until Henry
+ Hattie came and she

[Note: In print] July, Wednesday 29, 1863
[Note: Handwriting] replied "Oh I am [u]so[/u]
glad for you, I do
hope that he may".
When we came
home we found he
dressed and looking
quite comfortable, I
went in a told
him of the S.S and
of the Festival the
church were going to
hold on the evening
of the [u]22nd[/u] and of
which we did not
in the least approve.
He said "Well if
Mr--- was different

[Note: In print] July, Thursday 30, 1863
[Note: Handwriting] there would be no
such trouble about
these things. Outsiders
called it the "Presbyterian
Masquerade" but he called
it the "Fandang" a
word coined for the
occasion. He slept
during the afternoon
and did not eat
supper until very late,
for some time he
had eaten once during
the night but the
Dr positively forbade
his doing so longer +
also said that he
must not have oysters

[Note: In print] uly, Friday 31, 1863
[Note: Handwriting] Frank said "It seems
almost as though our
way was the best
for when I eat in
the night I have more
strength for my coughing
spells in the morning
but then I suppose
he must know why
it wont do".
He came out in
the sitting room but
only for a few mo-
ments, said the room
was so hot. Friday
afternoon he [u]dressed
himself[/u] and walked

[Note: In print] August, Saturday 1, 1863
[Note: Handwriting] out with a care
but he then complained
of the heat although
the temperature of
the room must have
been very low.
He said he was
so very tired, did not
know what he should
do, Mother + I made
the bed and after a
while he seemed rested.

[Note: In print] August, Sunday 2, 1863
[Note: Handwriting] Monday Dec 20th
Frank was not able
to be dressed all day +
did not raise as much
as usual. He had told
Mother that if he stopped
raising he could not live,
His chief trouble seemed
to be in his throat.
Father told me in
the morning that he thought
Frank was failing very
fast, that it seemed as
though he could not live
much longer. In the
Evening Amanda Wallick
+ Matt Patton called

[Note: In print] August, Monday 3, 1863
[Note: Handwriting] I had been down to
Sarah's and found them
here when I returned.
Em called me out &
I went into the bedroom
and found that Frank
was suffering very severely
He was sweating like
rain + could not get
his breath. We fanned
him, gave him whiskey
+ water but it was
some time before he
was relieved at all. He
said several times Oh
I [u]cannot[/u] stand this,
we had hoped that

[Note: In print] August, Tuesday 4, 1863
[Note: Handwriting] he would escape this
distress of breathing as
he had not been troubled
at all before. Mother
said that before we
came in he seemed
to shake up all at
once and thought he
was choking to death.
Father came in
and rubbed his feet,
the circulation returned
after a little and he
felt easier but there
was a strange rattling
in his throat which
never afterwards left him.

[Note: In print] August, Wednesday 5, 1863
[Note: Handwriting] Mary + I sat up with
him and he coughed
in the morning incessantly
from three oclock but
could not raise. He was
very much exhausted
in the morning but
afterwards slept some.
Mary went to town
for beef + stopped at
Mrs Shaw's for some
onions. Em fixed them
on his chest hoping to
stop the rattling. Frank
said he would far rather
[u]eat[/u] them they looked
so good, and he was
[Note: number 10 is stamped]
always so fond of them

[Note: In print] August, Thursday 6, 1863
[Note: Handwriting] I cut the beef Mary
brought [u]all[/u] up in small
pieces, something I had
never done before, and
said "Why I believe here
is enough for a whole
week" and then the
thought crossed my mind
Perhaps he will never need it,
In the evening he
seemed very uncomfortable
+ restless, He called me
from the sitting room +
reaching out his hand
said "Why do you suppose
I cannot sleep?" Every
motion showed how
very uneasy he was

[Note: In print] August, Friday 7, 1863
[Note: Handwriting] but after a time he
seemed quiet + I went
up stairs for a few
moments to look over,
with Edward, some music
for the Concert but
Em came up + said
that he wanted me.
I stood at the head
of the bed a long
time trying to soothe
+ quiet him but only
partially succeeded.
At 11 oclock Mary
took my place and
I went to bed, Could
I have known that
this was his [u]last

[Note: In print] August, Saturday 8, 1863
[Note: Handwriting] night on earth[/u] I
should be spared the
rememberance that [u]I
slept[/u] while he commenced
his struggle with Death,
[u]Dec 22nd Wednesday[/u]
Mary + Em were down
stairs the first part
of the night and about
3 oclock Mary came
up + called Mother + I,
said that Frank was
worse, we came down
found him suffering
a good deal but after
a while he seemed more

[Note: In print] August, Sunday 9, 1863
[Note: Handwriting] comfortable and we
all thought he would
probably sleep the rest
of the night so May
+ I went up stairs.
When we came down
in the morning and
found that he had
not slept we felt
very badly to think
that we should have
left him.
When I went into
his room I said
"Well Frank the days
will now commence
to lengthen and we
shall not have quite

[Note: In print] August, Monday 10, 1863
[Note: Handwriting] as [u]much night[/u], He
didnt wish me to raise
the curtain as much as
usual, said he did not
know why, but the light
seemed to hurt his eyes.
He coughed but
did not raise at all,
could not take any
breakfast until very late
and then only a little.
This was the first
time he had sent away
his breakfast unfinished.
Afterwards he looked
very unnatural + seemed
to suffer as he had

[Note: In print] August, Tuesday 11, 1863
[Note: Handwriting] done during the night
and he could not
be moved at all without
pain. We all remained
with him till nearly
noon rubbing him and
doing what little we
might to relieve his
pain. Edward went
down for Dr Bigham
but found he had
left on the train +
would not be back until
evening. Father went
down town after dinner
+ saw Sarah Leitzell
on the street, she

[Note: In print] August, Wednesday 12, 1863
[Note: Handwriting] gave him some medicine
that had helped her
when restless and thought
perhaps it would do
him good. When Father
came home he said
"Well you hav'nt suc
ceeded in putting your
boy to sleep yet" Frank
lasted of the medicine
but it distressed him
and we all thought he
had better not take it,
He seemed to fear
he might be left alone
for an instant and
said "You will not

[Note: In print] August, Thursday 13, 1863
[Note: Handwriting] leave me will you"--
Father sat down beside
the bed and repeated
to him some verses
from Rev. and then
asked Frank if he
would like to hear me
sing but he wearily
shook his head, seeming
almost too exhausted
to speak. I sat beside
him holding his hand
for about three hours
I think, some one
would come in every
few moments, once he
called for drink and

[Note: In print] August, Friday 14, 1863
[Note: Handwriting] as I rose to get
it, he said "Oh dont
[u]you go[/u], wait until
some one comes in".
For about half an
hour during the afternoon
he seemed easy but
could not sleep. He would
close his eyes for a
few moments then open
them quickly and look
first at his bookcase, then
the tablet then the cross
+ then at the group of
faces on the wall, then
at me, this he did
again and again and

[Note: In print] August, Saturday 15, 1863
[Note: Handwriting] I wish I had asked
him his thoughts but
I was afraid of tiring
him. I remember I
thought how very hard
it would be [u]sometimes[/u]
to put away his clothes
+ books but thought
that "Hattie" would be
with us to help us.
We gave him beef tea
several times and he
asked for seltzer, a
drink he had used
a great deal. He said
several times during the
day that what he

[Note: In print] August, Sunday 16, 1863
[Note: Handwriting] raised was very
different from usual,
asked if I had not
noticed it and I
laid my ear on his
chest and tried to
find where the rattling
was and thought it
seemed to be in his
throat. Later in the
afternoon he complained
of severe pain in his
bowels and wished us
to press our hands on
the spot as it relieved
the pain somewhat.
In the afternoon

[Note: In print] August, Monday 17, 1863
[Note: Handwriting] Mother wrote to Dr
S- I went up stairs
while she was writing
and I said "Mother
you will not write to
him again until
after Frank has gone"
but I thought of
his living certainly
some days longer. When
I went back Frank
asked if the travelling
was bad I said "You
would like to see Dr
Bean wouldnt you?
and told him we
could go for him.

[Note: In print] August, Tuesday 18, 1863
[Note: Handwriting] We decided however that
it would be better to
telegraph for him to come
down on the evening tram.
Just after taking
his 2 hours pill in the
afternoon he had told
Mary that he must
have a change of treatment
said that Dr Salsbury's
medicine was too
strong for him. He became
very restless about six
oclock and could on
no account be moved.
Mother tried to fix his
bed a little and he

[Note: In print] August, Wednesday 19, 1863
[Note: Handwriting] said "Oh if you were
suffering as I am you
wouldnt want to be
moved." All day he had
looked strangely, the veins
in his forehead were
pressed and drawn
with pain and his
eyes wore a wild expres-
sion that we had never
seen before, still he was
entirely rational and never
for a moment as we
have reaosn to
believe[--d--], suspected his
considtion. He feared
inflammation and felt

[Note: In print] August, Thursday 20, 1863
[Note: Handwriting] very anxious, thinking
I know, that he might
not live but a few
days longer but I
know he did not think
that he was going then,
Mary told him how
willingly we would bear
part of his pain +
I told him that this
verse had been in my
mind all day "For our
light affliction which is
but a moment worketh
for us a far more exceed
ing and eternal weight of
glory", Mother came

[Note: In print] August, Friday 21, 1863
[Note: Handwriting] in and feeling of his
feet said "Why Frank
your [u]feet are cold[/u] and
asked him if he had
not noticed it, She
asked him if she
should not heat the
stove but he said
he feared it would
make the bed hot.
He had been sweating
for about an hour very
profusely, I brought a
clean handkerchief &
wiped his forehead and
sometimes he would take
it himself. He looked

[Note: In print] August, Saturday 22, 1863
[Note: Handwriting] up & said "Why what
[u]do[/u] you suppose makes
me sweat so", I replied
"Perhaps it is the pain" &
he said I presume that
is the reason. Then for
an instant the thought
came over me "what if
this is the cold sweat
that precedes death. I
noticed too that his
hands were cold but
he seemed so strong and
spoke in such a natural
way that I thought it
was not possible.
Nothing. that day seemed
as sad to me as

[Note: In print] August, Sunday 23, 1863
[Note: Handwriting] Mother's trying so hard
to warm those dear
cold feet from which the
life had departed.
Edward went to the
train at 6 oclock but
Dr Bean did not come
having probably been
out of town when
the telegram was sent
we listened for the
train + when he heard
it Frank said "Oh I
shall be [u]so[/u] disappointed
if Dr Bean does not
come" and added, it
seems as though
something might be done

[Note: In print] August, Monday 24, 1863
[Note: Handwriting] After Ewd returned from
the train I went in
+ told Frank that Dr
B did not come but
that Dr Bigham would
[--go--] ^[come] directly if Edward went
back for him. He had
been dependeing so [u]much[/u]
on Dr Bean's coming,
it was very hard to
disappoint him.
Em + I went out
into the yard and
listened for their coming
(Ewd + Dr Bigham) but
it seemed [u]so long[/u].

[Note: A handful of pages appear to be torn out]

[Note: In print] August, Saturday 29, 1863
[Note: Handwriting] When Dr B came we
took him into the parlor
and showed him a few
of Dr Salsbury's letters.
Frank asked why he
did not come in and
he said he would in
a moment. When he
came in he said
"I am sorry to see
you suffering so much
Frank." Frank told
him that he had been
suffering [u]all day[/u]. The
Dr examined his
bowels + said that

[Note: In print] August, Sunday 30, 1863
[Note: Handwriting] he had found the
spot where the difficulty
existed and gave him
a dose of medicine,
then calling Em he
went into the parlor
and said "Miss Noyes
are you aware that
your brother has tumor"
She asked him if
anything could be done
and he replied [u]Nothing[/u]
he can not last long.
He said he would
stay and see the effect
of the medicine, came
back into the bedroom

[Note: In print] August, Monday 31, 1863
[Note: Handwriting] and asked Frank if
it distressed him, telling
him what the medicine
was, Frank said he
did not know as it
did + the Dr said
he would give him a
full dose-- Frank
tried to take it but
said "I cannot swallow
I can not breathe"
I was then at
the head of the bed
and in another moment
Dr Bigham said "[u]Frank[/u]
I think you are very
rapidly passing away"

[Note: In print] September, Tuesday 1. 1863
[Note: Handwriting] It was [u]so[/u] sudden,
so unlooked for, could
it be that he would
never speak again.
I said Frank you
are only going home,
we will all come by
+ by and you will
meet Hannah"
Mary gave a sob +
I said "Wait perhaps
he can still hear us" but
the Dr said "He is uncon-
scious- Al-most gone"-
Oh for one look,
one word more - but no
never again in this life,

[Note: In print] Sept. Wednesday 2, 1863
[Note: Handwriting] None of us will ever
forget that last scene
It seemed as though
we could almost watch
the ransomed spirits
flight and join with
our loved one in the
rapture of greeting
which awaited him
on the [u]other side[/u].
--Dr Bigham took
my "changed cross" from
the bureau and put it
under Frank's chin then
said that he would
go down and send
some one up, and

[Note: In print] Sept. Thursday 3, 1863
[Note: Handwriting] left us [u]alone with our[/u]
dead. Edward wrote
a telegram to Sarah +
sent by him.
It seemed but a
few moments before
Mr Stokes + John High
came up, just the ones
we would have selected.
[u]Everything[/u] was done
by Christian hands 7
in the most tender
affectionate manner for
Frank was loved by
them all. After they
had laid him out they
brought him into the

[Note: In print] Sept. Friday 4, 1863
[Note: Handwriting] parlor. We shall ever
remember that first
night. [u]All[/u] was not
sad for we could but
rejoice for the one we
loved so much now entered
into rest. He looked
[u]so[/u] peaceful, so rested.
After a long weary
day filled with suffering
+ distress, he had
"fallen asleep".
"[u]He[/u] giveth His loved ones ^[sleep]
Friends the dearest can never ^[this boon bestow]
But [u]He[/u] touches the drooping eyelids
and [u]placid[/u] tthe features grow."

[Note: In print] Sept. Saturday 5, 1863
[Note: Handwriting] Mrs Zeigler, Matt
Patton + Mrs McClure
came up and watched
with us, such a change
from the nights gone
before, now our sufferer
was at rest and we
only were left in sorrow.
It was so hard
to let the night wear on
and think that we
were not needed by
[u]him[/u]. It had been such
a sweet pleasure to care
for him. Father Mother
+ Edward went to bed,
and towards morning
Em + Mary went

[Note: In print] Sept. Sunday 6, 1863
[Note: Handwriting] up stairs but only
for a little while.
Thursday 23rd.
In the morning Mr
McLaughlin came
up and put ice about
him as we wished
him buried on the
Sabbath. Mr Elliott
+ Mr Caughey called.
Mrs Dorsey and Amanda
Walleck spent the forenoon.
We looked for
Sarah all day but
she did not come
until night. It was

[Note: In print] Sept. Monday 7, 1863
[Note: Handwriting] so sad for her, she
had left him only
one week before.
No one was with
us Thursday night
and we wished for
no one. We all felt
as though we wished to
care for him to the very
last.
Friday It rained
all day. Edward Sarah +
I went down in the
afternoon and selected a
coffin, found one that
we felt sure would
have suited [u]him[/u].

[Note: In print] Sept. Tuesday 8, 1863
[Note: Handwriting] We spent the first part
of the night in the
parlor. There was a
little sewing for him
and we each put in
some stitches. Edward
played on the Piano
"How blest the righteous
when he dies", We had
sang it in the evening
with Father. We talked
of our dear brother "only
as gone before" we could
not think or speak of
him as dead.

[Note: In print] Sept. Wednesday 9, 1863
[Note: Handwriting] Sat morning was
the saddest of all.
It was Christmas but
of that we had hardly
thought. A change
took place in his
features and we so
much feared he would
not look natural again,
I went down for
Mrs Dorsey but she
could not come so
Matt Patton came and
afterwards Amanda Walleck
and we went up
for Ruth Nye. Mr Stokes
called in the morning

[Note: In print] Sept. Thursday 10, 1863
[Note: Handwriting] to see about the music
as they wished to practice
in the evening.
In the evening
Dr's Bigham, Beech +
Platte Beech came up and
made an examination.
When they were
through Dr Bigham came
out and gave us the
result. They had found
that acute inflammation
had taken place within
a few hours of his
death but said that
nothing could have
averted it, it was only

[Note: In print] Sept. Friday 11, 1863
[Note: Handwriting] a marvel that he lived
so long. They all said
that he must have
suffered probably more
than we had thought.
Cousin Gilbert came
on the evening train,
we were not looking
for him and were so
glad he came. He
brought a beautiful
wreath of flowers which
Sarah's [?best?] friends had
sent to her for the funeral.
Mr + Mrs Will
Hamsher came up
+ Jas but Mrs

[Note: In print] Sept. Saturday 12, 1863
[Note: Handwriting] Jas. Hamsher and Josie
did not come until
Sabbath morning.
Matt Patton +
Amanda Walleck offered
to sit up at night but
we thankEd them and
told them we would
rather care for him our-
selves so they went to bed.
That [u]last night[/u],
the change we feared
had not taken place
but he looked very
natural , so hard to
think that we must
lay him in the grave

[Note: In print] Sept. Sunday 13, 1863
[Note: In pencil, different handwriting from primary narrator] Old Philo Hall old Philo Hall
Within these walls Island once more
And meet with dear familiar friends
As we have met in days of yore.
I close my eyes and vainly strive
Backward to turn the tide of years
Past memories are thronging [?sonnet?]
Some wreathed in smiles some dim with tears
But all is changed & strangely new
These well remembered walls appear
Yet tis our own loved Philo Hall
We cannot feel as strangers here

[Note: In print] Sept. Monday 14, 1863
[Note: In pencil, different handwriting from primary narrator] Yet not all changed [?ah no?] the hearts
Linked by affections magic chain
That gather here at Friendships call
Within these walls to meet again
These are the same Love changes not
The flight of Time nor dims its light
Years that have passed but deeper make
The joy that thrills no hearts [?tonight?]
Yet in the home + in this place
Sad memories will [?round me?] rise
And while I greet the loved ones here
Years for the absent dim my eyes

[Note: In print] Sept. Tuesday 15, 1863
[Note: In pencil, different handwriting from primary narrator] For some we miss departed ones
That tread the path of life no more
Sooner than our their life work done
Sooner they gained the shining shore
And other loved ones far away
Serving the Master in a distant land
Purchase in thought they meet us now
In spirit join our broken band
Loved ones come back + meet us here
Let not your absence cast a blight
Upon this home to Friendship given
Let none be missing here to-night

[Note: In print] Sept. Wednesday 16, 1863
[Note: In pencil, different handwriting from primary narrator] Yet no we would not bid you come
Ev'n tho our hearts your absence mourn
Duty has been your guiding light
We would not wish to say return
Dear friends now severed far+ wide
On earth we never more shall meet
Oh may we all reach heavens blest shore
And that reunion be complete
Sept 14th 1866
Philo Hall

[Note: In print] Sept. Thursday 17, 1863
[Note: Handwriting] Sabbath morning-
Quite a number of
friends came up for
the services here.
Mr Stoakes + Mr
Kuder came quite
early and dressed
the dear one for
his last sleep.
After he was placed
in the coffin we gathered
around Edward and the
sisters and looked a
long long time wishing
ever to remember just
how he looked. Hannah's
engagement ring we had

[Note: In print] Sept. Friday 18, 1863
[Note: Handwriting] placed on his finger _
we loved to think of
them as [u]together[/u].
Mary Crane came in
+ stood beside us and
we thought of that
other one dear to us
who had long since gone
home and who was
buried far far away.
We longed for our
absent ones and wondered
what they were doing.
It would have been
such a privelege for them
to have been with us
then as we laid

[Note: In print] Sept. Saturday 19, 1863
[Note: Handwriting] dear Frank to rest.
The services at
the house concluded
we went to the church
+ found it filled.
Sarah placed the
beautiful wreath of
flowers on the coffin.
The first two hymns
were of our own selection.
The first "How blest
the Righteous when he dies
having been sung at
Hannah's funeral and
the second "There is a
land of pure delight"
one of Frank's special

[Note: In print] Sept. Sunday 20, 1863
[Note: Handwriting] favorites. Mr Elliott
preached from the
words "The last enemy
that shall be destroyed
is [u]Death[/u]." He said he
hardly knew how to
address these mourners
that among them was
one who had often pointed
others to the source of
all comfort + that they
all knew where to go
for needed grace.
He spoke of dear
Frank, how he had
only gone up higher,
joined the church above

[Note: In print] Sept. Monday 21, 1863
[Note: Handwriting] where we all hoped
to follow, said that
although quiet he had
been well know and
beloved by all, that
for years his fragile
form pale with suf-
fering had yet been
always at the house
of God. We were
disappointed that
Mr Moffit could
not be present, he
afterwards make a
[illegible] allusion to
his visit with Frank
from his own pulpit.

[Note: a few pages torn out]

[Note: In print] Sept. Thursday 24, 1863
[Note: Handwriting] During the sermon the
beautiful sunlight shone on
the coffin, such a fitting emblem
of the glorious sunlight
into which his ransomed
spirit had entered.
The Choir seemed to
sing with much feeling
the last hymn being
one of their own selection
"Go to thy rest in peace"
and very sweet it
seemed to us all. As the
grave at our request they
sang "Asleep in Jesus" It
was hard, very hard to
see the dear form we had
so tenderly cared for +

[Note: In print] Sept. Friday 25, 1863
[Note: Handwriting] carefully shielded from
every rude blast thus
places in the cold dreary
tomb but our thoughts
went beyond to the city
which hath foundations"
where the redeemed are
safely shielded from every
form of suffering, released
from every sorrow, [u]there[/u]
not [u]here[/u] was the home
of our [u]beloved Frank[/u].

[Note: In print] Sept. Saturday 26, 1863
[Note: Handwriting] "Tossed no more on life's rough billow
All thy storms of sorrow fled,
Death hath found a quiet pillow
For the faithful christians head.
Peaceful slumbers, guarding
o'er his lovely bed,"
- - - -
"Oh may we be reunited
With the spirits of the just
Leaving all that sin has blighted
with corruption in the dust.
Hear us Jesus, thou our
Lord our Life our Trust."

[Note: In print] Sept. Sunday 27, 1863

[Note: In print] Sept. Monday 28, 1863

[Note: In print] Sept. Tuesday 29, 1863
[Note: In pencil] Expenses incurred
Gaiters $[--3.25--]
Bleeched Muslin 13 yds = 4.87
Delaine 12 = 4.00
Drilling 1 .30
Buttons 1 1/3 doz = .54
Drag Braid = .10
Calico 10 yds = 2.20
Wool Delaine .30
Corset 2.00
Hoop-Skirt 1.75
Hose .65
De Laine 12 1/2 4.33
Ladies Cloth 2 1/2 5.50
2 4.00
"Dress" 2.60
Bleeched Muslin 1.80
Cambrid 5.50
---
55.70

[Note: In print] Sept. Wednesday 30, 1863
[Note: In pencil] T B Dowds
J Hamsher
"
"
"
"
"
"
"
"
"
"
"
"
J K Caughey
"

[Note: In print] October, Thursday 1, 1863
[Note: In pencil] J Hamsher Cr.
Empress cloth Dress -
Ladies cloth coat
Delaine dress -
" " "
Corset
Calico
Bleached Muslin
Hoop Skirt
Ladies cloth
Hose
Calico Dress

[Note: In print] October, Friday 2, 1863
[Note: In pencil] $14.00
5.50
4.50
4.00
2.00
2.20
5.00
1.75
4.00
1.00-
2.00

[Note: In print] October, Saturday 3, 1863
[Note: In pencil] J K Caughey Cr
Cambrio-
Bleached Muslin
Summer Delaine

[Note: In print] October, Sunday 4, 1863
[Note: In pencil] $5.50
1.80
3.00-

[Note: In print] October, Monday 5, 1863

[Note: In print] October, Tuesday 6, 1863

[Note: In print] October, Wednesday 7, 1863

[Note: In print] October, Thursday 8, 1863

[Note: In print] October, Friday 9, 1863

[Note: In print] October, Saturday 10, 1863

[Note: In print] October, Sunday 11, 1863

[Note: In print] October, Monday 12, 1863

[Note: In print] October, Tuesday 11, 1863

[Note: In print] October, Wednesday 14, 1863

[Note: In print] October, Thursday 15, 1863

[Note: In print] October, Friday 16, 1863

[Note: In print] October, Saturday 17, 1863
[Note: In pencil] Trunk, $9.00
Satchel " 2.00
Gloves " 2.00
Cloth " 3.25
- - - - -
Aug 28= 16.25

[Note: In print] October, Sunday 18, 1863
[Note: In pencil] Wooster 16.25
Cloak 9.00
Sabino 12.75
- - -
$ 38.00

[Note: In print] October, Monday 19, 1863
[Note: In pencil] Feb 1st 1866
3 1/4 waterproof, 7.25
9 yds calico, 2.25
2 " drilling .80
1 binding braid .10
10 yds muslin 4.50
---
14.90

[Note: In print] October, Tuesday 20, 1863

[Note: In print] October, Wednesday 21, 1863
[Note: In pencil] Amount paid [?H Herr?]
Frame + pictures Medicine
Photographs
Gilt Frames
Brushes + Paints
Preparation
Pictures Seville
Glass
Paints
Vermillion
Picture Wooster

[Note: In print] October, Thursday 22, 1863
[Note: In pencil]
$ 20.00
2.05
3.00
4.[?4?]5
4.84
1.25
1.25
2.30
.80
.60
.50

[Note: In print] October, Friday 23, 1863

[Note: In print] October, Saturday 24, 1863

[Note: In print] October, Sunday 25, 1863
[Note: In pencil] Am't paid [?H Herr.?]
Lith Niagra Falls +
Oval Frame
Photographs.
Gilt Frame Niagara
" " Home

[Note: In print] October, Monday 26, 1863
[Note: In pencil] $20.00
Reapers + Gen Lyon .65
1.50
3.00
1.50

[Note: In print] October, Tuesday 27, 1863
[Note: In pencil] Amt paid [?H Herr?]
Lith Niagara Falls
Glass " "
Frame " "
Lith Home from the War
Glass " " " "
Frame " " " "
Reapers, lith + frame
Lincoln lith glass + frame
Lyon lith + glass
Photographs + glass
Oval Frame
Paint at Andrews
" " Wooster
" " Cleveland
White paint + oil
Preperation

[Note: In print] October, Wednesday 28, 1863
[Note: In pencil] $20.00
.25
.75
1.50
.75
1.00
1.60
1.00
1.60
.30
3.25
1.50
4.84
.80
.60
.25
1.25

[Note: In print] October, Thursday 29, 1863
[Note: In pencil] [?Bot?] lith one doz
" " Emily's
Glasses 3 --
Varnish + Turpentine
Brush

[Note: In print] October, Friday 30, 1863
[Note: In pencil] $ 1.00
1.15
.75
.33
.25

[Note: In print] October, Saturday 31, 1863
[Note: In pencil] Am't made by
Rollo Caughey
Charlie Fife
M E Turner + Mary
Timmie Strong
Cordelia Powers

[Note: In print] November, Sunday 1, 1863
[Note: In pencil] teaching.
$ 5.00
5.00
Russel 5.00
5.00
5.00

[Note: In print] November, Monday 2, 1863

[Note: In print] Nov. Tuesday 3, 1863

[Note: In print] Nov. Wednesday 4, 1863

[Note: In print] Nov. Thursday 5, 1863

[Note: In print] Nov. Friday 6, 1863

[Note: In print] Nov. Saturday 7, 1863

[Note: In print] Nov. Sunday 8, 1863

[Note: In print] Nov. Monday 9, 1863

[Note: In print] Nov. Tuesday 10, 1863

[Note: In print] Nov. Wednesday 11, 1863

[Note: In print] Nov. Thursday 12, 1863

[Note: In print] Nov. Friday 13, 1863

[Note: In print] Nov. Saturday 14, 1863

[Note: In print] Nov. Sunday 15, 1863

[Note: In print] Nov. Monday 16, 1863

[Note: In print] Nov. Tuesday 17, 1863

[Note: In print] Nov. Wednesday 18, 1863

[Note: In print] Nov. Thursday 19, 1863

[Note: In print] Nov. Friday 20, 1863

[Note: In print] Nov. Saturday 21, 1863

[Note: In print] Nov. Sunday 22, 1863
[Note: In pencil] Alfred B Evans
Co [?P?]. 10th Regt
[?PR C?]
Washington
City [?D C?]
R [?Z?] Newton
Co C
57TH Regt
PV

[Note: In print] Nov. Monday 22, 1863

[Note: In print] Nov. Tuesday 24, 1863
[Note: In pencil] Mrs Laura Palmer
Appleton
Outagamie C
Wisconsin
Mrs Margaret Kennedy
Greenfield
Pike Run
Washington CO
Pa
Mrs Mary D Kent
Big Rapids
Macosta County
Michigan

[Note: In print] Nov. Wednesday 25, 1863
[Note: In pencil] David Repplogel
Co H 61 Regt PVV

[Note: In print] Nov. Thursday 26, 1863

[Note: In print] Nov. Friday 27, 1863

[Note: In print] Nov. Saturday 28, 1863

[Note: In print] Nov. Sunday 29, 1863

[Note: In print] Nov. Monday 30, 1863
[Note: In pencil] All hail to our country defenders
The loyal the brave + the true
Each traitorous banner surrenders
And bows in subjection to you
Then hail from our countrys defenders
Let the shout be reechoed afar
May they still be the pride of nation
The fear of our nation [illegible]
[?Floats?] [illegible] above us today
The [?meal?] of the victor awaits you
And gladly the tribute we pay

[Note: In print] December, Tuesday 1, 1863
[Note: In pencil] All humor to hearts that were loved
And hands that have [?battle ^[for sight]?]
With the patriots of old ye are numbered
+ deathless as theirs is your fame
[?Amid?] tears for the hears who [?are?] ^[sleeping]
On the field where their ^[life closed we return]
With the cheers for the [illegible]
[?Are?] mingled the tears for the ^[dead]

[Note: In print] Dec. Wednesday 2, 1863

[Note: In print] Dec. Thursday 3, 1863
[Note: stamped number 15 in the lower left hand corner]

[Note: In print] Dec. Friday 4, 1863
[Note: In pencil] Mrs. S. [?Cowgill?]
York
Pa

[Note: In print] Dec. Saturday 5, 1863
[Note: In pencil] Not less do we welcome the brave who ^[return]
Because for the absent in sadness we ^[mourn]

[Note: In print] Dec. Sunday 6, 1863

[Note: In print] Dec. Monday 7, 1863

[Note: In print] Dec. Tuesday 8, 1863

[Note: In print] Dec. Wednesday 9, 1863

[Note: In print] Dec. Thursday 10, 1863

[Note: In print] Dec. Friday 11, 1863

[Note: In print] Dec. Saturday 12, 1863

[Note: In print] Dec. Sunday 13, 1863

[Note: In print] Dec. Monday 14, 1863
[Note: Little drawing next to 14 in pencil, perhaps the number 16]

[Note: In print] Dec. Tuesday 15, 1863

[Note: In print] Dec. Wednesday 16, 1863

[Note: In print] Dec. Thursday 17, 1863

[Note: In print] ec. Friday 18, 1863

[Note: In print] Dec. Saturday 19, 1863

[Note: In print] Dec. Sunday 20, 1863

[Note: In print] Dec. Monday 21, 1863

[Note: In print] Dec. Tuesday 22, 1863

[Note: In print] Dec. Wednesday 23, 1863

[Note: In print] Dec. Thursday 24, 1863
[Note: In pencil] RH Curran
Cor [?Navt?] Main + [illegible]
Rochester
NY.
R.H Curran.

[Note: In print] Dec. Friday 25, 1863

[Note: In print] Dec. Saturday 26, 1863

[Note: In print] Dec. Sunday 27, 1863

[Note: In print] Dec. Monday 28, 1863

[Note: In print] Dec. Tuesday 29, 1863

[Note: In print] Dec. Wednesday 30, 1863

[Note: In print] Dec. Thursday 31, 1863

[Note: In print] MEMORANDA.
[Note: In pencil] Photographs owing
D Phillips
Mrs Hindman
" Kingsley
" Reeves
M A Happer
Mr Greene
" LEE
Mrs Wittenmeyer
Jos Bella

[Note: In print] MEMORANDA.
[Note: In pencil] Letters written
M A Happer July 7
E M Reeves " 12
PP Kingsley 14.
A Wittenmeyer 18
BB LEE 27
Charlie Ringlass 27
A Wittenmeyer 31
Maggie Happer Aug 7
E M Reeves " 7
Mattie Noyes " 10
J W McIntyre " 22
EM Reeves " 25

[Note: In print] MEMORANDA.
[Note: In pencil] May 2nd Guilford Guards left [?P?]
" 3d At Hudson

[Note: In print] MEMORANDA.
[Note: In pencil] May 8th Richmond
May 17th Picnic

[Note: In print] MEMORANDA.

[Note: In print] MEMORANDA.

[Note: In print] MEMORANDA.
[Note: In pencil] John Beck
[?85 Reg?] of [?Bott?] [?VRC?]
John [illegible]
85 CO VRC

[Note: inside of back cover]
[Note: sideways in pencil]
[u]Hattie Noyes[/u]
Seville

[Note: brown back cover, textured]

[Note: cut out page]
[Note: In print] Thursday 27. 1863
3 oz
1/2 oz
1 [illegible]
1/2 Scruple
2 Drachmas
1 Pound
1/2 Pint
1 Quart.

[Note: cut out page]
[Note: In print] August. Friday 28,



[注:+c 转录为 etc]

[注:棕色皮套带互锁盖]
日记1863
哈里特
H 1863

[注:空白页]

[注:H Noyes 为中心的铅笔状标志]

[注:1863 年的日历。]

[注:一个表格,显示从
一个月内的任何一天,直到同一天
任何其他月份]

[注:1863 年的日食]

[注:一月,第一个月--31 天。]

[注:2 月,第二个月--28 天。]

[注:3 月,第三个月--31 天。]

[注:四月,第四个月--30 天。]

[注:5月,第五个月--31天。]

[注:六月,第六个月--30天。]

[注:七月,七月--31天。]

[注:8 月,第八个月--31 天。]

[注:九月,九月--30 天。]

[注:十月,第十个月--31天。]

[注:11 月,第 11 个月--30 天。]

[注:十二月,第十二个月--31 天。]

[注:打字] 1863 年 1 月 1 日星期四
[注:铅笔] 5 月 2 日塞维利亚
今天早上
去城里说
再见吉尔福德
卫兵。还剩大约 90 个。
塞维利亚让它看起来
相当冷清。他们
会非常想念
但如果他们都回来
安全结束
这100天将是
快乐的会议。
亨利和我离开了家
大约 1 点钟和
在仓库等候后
将近一个小时
登上前往休伦的火车

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 1 月 2 日星期五
[注:铅笔]在车上遇到了两个士兵
谁曾服役
三年,刚刚
重新入伍。他们似乎
非常乐观
对战争的期望
将在六年内完成
月 愿如此。
我很高兴拥有
握手的乐趣
和其中一个坐着的人
就在我们身后。他有
经历了很多
战斗并成为俘虏
在南方一段时间
但从未受伤
或看过病假
晚上8点左右

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 1 月 3 日,星期六
[注:铅笔] 我们到达了哈德逊和
在先生过夜
布莱克曼的。下过雨
一整天,非常寒冷
我害怕的这个晚上
吉尔福德卫队
将度过第一个晚上
他们的士兵生活
不舒服--------
5 月 3 日哈德逊
今天早上醒来
找到被覆盖的地面
有雪,[--继续--] 雪
全天持续下跌
下午打电话给
与亨利在教授
年轻的卡特勒和西摩的
没有看到卡尔特夫人

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 1 月 4 日,星期日
[注:在铅笔中] 在 [无法辨认] 度过了一个晚上
与先生一起
威廉姆斯谢德凯彻姆
安格利 + 埃迪布莱克曼
和亨利。我们玩过
一个游戏叫游戏
作者很有趣
玩。后来安利
演奏一两部器乐
钢琴上的乐曲和
然后我们花了一些时间
在歌唱中,凯彻姆先生
是个很好的歌手
一个非常愉快的年轻人
男人。一直在海斯维尔
现在有一个学期
大二班喜欢
哈德逊比海斯维尔好得多

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 1 月 5 日,星期一
[注:铅笔] 5 月 4 日哈德逊。
一个美丽的早晨
我们都准备好了
通过回忆享受它
过去两天,左
十点一刻的哈德逊
对于一段距离
周边国家相当
水平,但在我们达到之后
俄亥俄河风景
变得更加狂野,赛道
长距离铺设
非常靠近河流,几乎
在一个水平上,而
回到国家的轨道
上升到非常高的山丘
我们通过了很多
煤矿和一些

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 1 月 6 日,星期二
[注:铅笔]
看起来的小村庄
被矿工占领
我们到达了阿勒格尼
三点左右。这
城市准确地回答了
我读过的描述
有很多精彩
在国内的住宅
周围的阿勒格尼
在诈唬牌上
望着这座城市,
我应该认为会
非常令人愉快
摆脱烟云
笼罩在城市上空
我们在晚上度过了
汤普森夫人的女儿
嫁给了阿特金森先生

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 1 月 7 日,星期三
[注:铅笔]九岁的年轻神学家
点钟,两点他们离开了
为他们未来的家
俄亥俄州。愿幸福
参加他们。
5 月 5 日阿勒格尼
亨利以为我有
最好不要出去露营
直到明天等等
已经在
汤姆森夫人的今天下午
在城市里走来走去
查看任何感兴趣的对象
监狱是一个
大石头结构
让我想起图片
的古老城堡。一个
大量[无法辨认]

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 1 月 8 日,星期四
[注:铅笔] 男人被限制在这里
有一段时间,比蒂
大厅不看
以及图片之外
就像在里面一样。所有
建筑物是
不是刚粉刷的
邋遢
破坏他们的
外貌。
5 月 6 日阿勒格尼
早上在
汤姆森夫人的,之后
晚餐走到
匹兹堡 我们穿过
吊桥在
阿勒格尼 A 号
的人站着

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 1 月 9 日,星期五
[注:铅笔] 在桥上和我们
经询问得知
一个男孩刚刚
淹死在那里。匹兹堡
那时仍然更冒烟
阿勒格尼。它给了我
窒息的感觉
沿着它的街道走
和呼吸的气氛
烟雾缭绕
不过据说
非常健康
我想是这样的
匹兹堡被称为之一
最健康的城市
世界。大约三个
o时钟我们就座
在车里和经过

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 1 月 10 日,星期六
[注:铅笔] 骑行约十英里
通过非常精细
国家到达营地
雷诺兹,在汽车上
我们遇到了斯科特小姐
海斯维尔在她身上
向东看她
朋友们。三四个
女士们在营地下车
雷诺兹之间
他们黑文夫人和小姐
戈登女士们
习惯了
每天都来
顾及他人的需要
生病的士兵
我去过的医院
和他们一起的医院

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 1 月 11 日,星期日
[注:铅笔] 目前没有
超过五六个
不能去的
出去吃饭
他们的饭菜。医院
是一座长长的建筑
床位排列整齐
每一边的头
站在墙边。
大约有70张床位
总之,当
男人首先被感动
他们从帐篷那里
以前用作
医院的床位是
几乎都充满了
不能坐的男人
完全没有。有

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 1 月 12 日,星期一
[注:在铅笔中] 是一个美妙的
他们的改进
从那时起的状况
去医院后
我们去了我们的住处
营地位于
在一片上升
山谷中的地面
Monongahela 它的
是最令人愉快的
我曾经去过的地方
见过。它被包围
被非常高的山丘覆盖
与森林
现在光秃秃的,但什么时候
叶子出来了
我认为必须是
很漂亮。

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 1 月 13 日,星期二
[注:铅笔] 5 月 7 日雷诺兹营
看起来很奇怪
让我认为我
我实际上住在
营。我们的宿舍
这里非常提醒我
我们的大部分房间在
海斯维尔。今天早上
亨利进入匹兹堡
当他来的时候
回来带来了一个旋律-
deon 供我们使用 while
我们住在这里。它会
成为如此多的公司
为我们。今天下午
我们花在清洁上
拉起窗帘
等等等等。在晚上

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 1 月 14 日,星期三
[注:铅笔] UP 部长里德先生
匹兹堡的出来
向士兵宣讲
明天。
5月6日安息日早晨
JM 里德和亨利去了
通过营地
今天早上和
将文件分发给
男人们。有
不超过 200
现在我在营地里的男人
假设它确实
不需要很长时间
分发给他们。
会议是
十点任命。他们
结转

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 1 月 15 日,星期四
[注:铅笔] melodeon。看起来
很奇怪而不是
很高兴成为
仅此而已
许多男人,经过
中场休息两小时
还有一个
服务之后他们
在召开了会议
医院。见面后
里德先生没有来
回到我们的宿舍。
来自西塞勒姆的迪克先生
帮助亨利搬运
melodeon 从
医院和先生
典狱长默里
进来做

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 1 月 16 日,星期五
[注:铅笔] 相当的一个电话。上尉
伍德沃德也来了
我们唱了一首
件数 。
船长有罚款
基本声音并且是
非常愉快的人。
今晚亨利开始
约5点出发
去匹兹堡参加
周年大会
西部师
基督教委员会
离开里德先生和
自己来守家。
在他离开帕尔默先生之后
进来唱歌一会儿
他是真正的洋基人

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 1 月 17 日,星期六
[注:用铅笔] 聪明有趣又
非常善于交际。在里面
晚上圣克莱尔先生和
康茨先生进来了
期待会有
成为一个祷告会
因为没有
他们站着度过
晚上
5月9日星期一
今天早上亨利
从匹兹堡进来
在七点钟的火车上
黑文夫人和戈登小姐
来到火车上
他和我下去
去车站看他们
我们接到了先生的电话

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 1 月 18 日,星期日
[注:铅笔] Lowrie 部长
作为代表在这里
早春与亨利
他是一个非常好的人
完美的绅士。后
茶里德亨利先生和我
上山去
营地以北,和
练习射击
左轮手枪。风景
国家从
山顶是完美的
精彩远超
我拥有的任何东西
刚刚在
我们的前方是
露营一个小城市
本身,而在

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 1 月 19 日,星期一
[注:铅笔] 山中的距离上升
在另一边
流淌的河流
平静地跟着他们
根据。有点距离
河上就是小镇
布拉多克的田野
建在或附近
将军所在地
布拉多克的失败
我们可以清楚地看到两个
白房子说
标记的地方
华盛顿越过了
河。这个漂亮
地方有魅力
作为历史地
除了它

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 1 月 20 日,星期二
[注:铅笔] 自然可爱。我
只希望我能
公正对待它
素描的方式。一些
士兵来了
在我们开火的时候
我预计他们觉得
嘲笑我们。之一
他们让我想起
阿德尔伯特·迪克斯。后
我们从
树林我们都坐了下来
写信,但有些
的士兵进来了
里德先生和亨利花了
晚上的谈话
跟他们。其中之一
默里中士

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 1 月 21 日,星期三
[注:铅笔] 在几乎所有的战斗中
波托马克的。他可以
讲一些很惊险的
故事和一个非常
有趣的方式。我写
给马特汉娜和 Em。
5月10日星期二,
里德先生进入匹兹堡
今天上市。在里面
晚上迪克先生,布朗
圣克莱尔进来了
唱了一会儿。圣克莱尔先生
一直是合唱团的
年数,但大约
四年前有
百日咳和
没唱过
自从。

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 1 月 22 日,星期四
[注:铅笔] 5月11日星期三
今天上午召开了“理事会
战争”并决定
我们会移动我们的
烹饪用具全部
下到另一栋楼
靠近铁路和
以后吃饭
下面有个安排
这会给我们更多
房间和整体
要愉快得多
我认为, - 在
晚上定期
每周祷告会
在我们的房间举行
志愿者不能
通过警卫,除非

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 1 月 23 日,星期五
[注:铅笔] 一个中士来了
他们去开会。
5月12日星期四
找到更多
方便烹饪
另一栋楼
炉子大得多
等等等等,今天早上
里德先生带来了一封信
从家里封闭
一个来自Belle Rutan。
很高兴听到
从家里得到消息
来自吉尔福德警卫队
5月13日星期五
决定我们
会把我们的纸
房间和亨利

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 1 月 24 日,星期六
[注:铅笔] 走进匹兹堡
拿纸等
没有回来
在中午的火车上
正如我们所料,但
等到四点
拿到纸和
终于没有
得到它
5 月 14 日星期六
亨利去了
今天早上的匹兹堡
拿到纸
非常漂亮
一个[无法辨认的]
颗粒状的天花板。
下午
亨利开始

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 1 月 25 日,星期日
【注:用铅笔】粉刷和二
士兵的羽毛先生
牛顿先生进来了
并提供帮助
洗白后
我们用纸和
擦洗整理
我们晚上 9 点的工作
戴维斯先生出来了
从匹兹堡这个
下午过去了
明天讲道
他是神学
中学生
一年确实很短
看起来像个单纯的男孩。
5月15日星期日
[注:加盖 2] 十点和两点的服务

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 1 月 26 日,星期一
[注:铅笔] 同上
安息日,戴维斯先生
讲了两个很好
之后的布道
祈祷会是
在医院举行,
5月16日星期一
今天早上牛顿
和另一名士兵
埃文的名字
来了,粉饰了
阅览室,和
亨利和我在纸上
在后面的房间里,但是
没有完成
5月17日星期二
今天我们开始
将阅读内容粘贴在纸上

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 1 月 27 日,星期二
[注:在铅笔] 房间但没有完全
完成三个方面
库吉尔中尉打来电话
在几分钟内
上午,他
是指挥官
其中一个无效的
这里的公司有
一个僵硬的肢体
麻烦他了
交易。他的妻子是
住在营地
希望我能得到
认识她
下午
福特船长进来了
他在指挥
另一家公司的

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 1 月 28 日,星期三
[注:铅笔] 无效军团
驻扎于此。
他受伤了
五六次和
非常残废
现在用rehumatism
他的妻子也在
营地。他问我
打电话来看她,但是
我宁愿收到
她打来的电话。
5月18日星期三
今天早上当我
在厨师面前
亨利家进来
范蒂娜太太说
其中一个的妻子
征召了她

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 1 月 29 日,星期四
[注:铅笔] 在营地并被通缉
我要过去
她和看男人
钻头。所以我离开了我的工作
还有范蒂恩先生和妻子
亨利和我去了
看过来
他们钻了一小段时间
只有一个小
公司确实出去了
没有多少
在营地进行钻孔
我不知道他们为什么
不要再钻它们
因为似乎有
这里有很多官员
Van Tine 夫人花了
大部分时间

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 1 月 30 日,星期五
[注:铅笔] 和我一起之后
晚餐拿了车
匹兹堡范蒂恩夫人
认为一些即将到来
露营生活,我应该
喜欢她来
非常。
5月20日星期五
今天早上尝试
洗个澡
因为我们的厨房非常
小它变得过分
当我们有热的时候
大火一样
今天早上的案子,
好吧,当我擦洗时
有人敲门
当我打开
【注:横着写】
5 月 19 日晚上的祷告会 巴顿船长留下 + 唱了一会儿

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 1 月 31 日,星期六
[注:铅笔]
谁应该的门
我明白了,但伍德沃德上尉
,他的新娘和另一个
年轻女子。那么我
邀请他们进来,但
因为它非常
热我问他们
尽快
准备好,走到
别的房子。
我们开始后我
碰巧认为
亨利倒下了
到布拉多克和
拿了钥匙
他,但我希望他
回来了,嗯
当我们上去时

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 2 月 1 日,星期日
[注:铅笔]我试过第一个门
然后另一个但是
发现我被锁了
出来并得出结论我是
相当尴尬
困境,然而
伍德沃德上尉告诉我们
来到他的住处
所以我们都去了那里他们
邀请我和他们一起去
到墙站,但
我没有接受
不确定他们
没有义务
发出邀请
离开他们后,我
回到我的洗衣店
在我遇到的路上

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 2 月 2 日,星期一
[注:铅笔] 办公室里的一个人
给我带来了来自
我非常喜欢的家
很高兴从 Em 那里得到一个
还有一个来自汉娜
从 Em 写的
关于吉尔福德
国民警卫队我
假设他们必须有
通过我们的权利
营地,如果我们是
在另一所房子下
在 20 英尺之内
我们。我会
很高兴有
见过他们。当我
从厨师那里上来
我找到亨利的房间

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 2 月 3 日,星期二
[注:铅笔] 桌子底下和他
里德先生是
完成
在纸上
阅览室
中午前一点
四位女士的公司
和一位先生
来访的人
和卡森中尉
这里的一名官员
呼唤我们。他们
似乎觉得很
在家里出现
只是打电话
满足他们的
好奇心。看起来
对我来说,好像我觉得很

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 2 月 4 日,星期三
[注:铅笔]
我是一个囚犯
巴纳姆博物馆或
那种东西
在他们通话期间。
里德先生离开家
一点半
火车,亨利陪同
他远至匹兹堡
我已经很好了
与先生相识
两周内里德
我们一起度过
并且很享受
非常。中尉
库吉尔进入匹兹堡
在同一列火车上
他让亨利告诉

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 2 月 5 日,星期四
【注:用铅笔】我过去看看
今天下午他的妻子
因为她会一个人
因此我过去了
敲了敲
不准入
然后我以为我会
拜访福特夫人 [--and--]
给她找了一个很
确实令人愉快的女士
船长非常善于交际
说话的方式很奇怪
关于他受伤
等等,他是会员
格兰特将军的工作人​​员二
年并且一直
责令在
华盛顿 28 号

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 2 月 6 日,星期五
[注:铅笔] 本月但
不能去。他填
我对男人的看法
遭受了
对他来说很重要
国家。它总是
让我感到难过
看到他四处残废
福特夫人给了我
使用她的小马驹
亲爱的小奶油
彩色野马小马
我感到非常有义务
对她的好意
她说库吉尔中尉
宽已放下
她去睡觉了
所以我不得不

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 2 月 7 日,星期六
[注:铅笔] 推迟我的电话
到未来的某一天。
5月21日,今晚
伍德沃德上尉和夫人
少妇副官
和弗莱明小姐
和巴顿船长
叫斯托克顿船长
也进来了几个
分钟后
昨天发生的事
早上我很
很高兴有伍德沃德船长
和他的妻子再次打电话时
我们准备得更好
接收它们。很快
在他们离开牧师之后
斯威夫特先生,我们的传教士

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 2 月 8 日,星期日
[注:用铅笔]明天来了
当我晚上遇见他时
在太太的婚礼上
汤普森他做到了
看起来不像个陌生人
总之,他是一个很讨人喜欢的人
男人,库吉尔中尉
他的妻子进来了
花了一个小时左右
我们,C 夫人来自
俄亥俄州和以前参加过
伍斯特的学校。我
我想我会喜欢她的
非常 -
5月22日星期日
斯威夫特先生在
今天早上十点
在两点

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 2 月 9 日,星期一
[注:用铅笔] 下午。这个下午
以来第一次
我去过那里
是另一位女士
会议。库吉尔中尉
老婆,我希望她会
我经常参加
讨厌一个人去这么糟糕
下午相当
大量的
市民进来了。
5 月 23 日星期一
斯威夫特先生今天早上离开了
在第一班火车上
我没有出价
他再见
我们得出的结论是
我们不会工作

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 2 月 10 日,星期二
[注:铅笔] 在今天修复
虽然我们有
厨房还没有纸,
但会花费
时间比上更容易
工作,相应地
我花了一天的大部分时间
在写信时,
下午
牧师 Beacom 先生之一
亨利的阿勒格尼 Sem
熟人叫
他是一个非常令人愉快的人
男人看起来就像
他的照片
亨利有。他问
我们上来
拜访哈珀斯先生

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 2 月 11 日,星期三
[注:铅笔] 我们安排
从下一个两周去
星期五。
5月24日星期二
今天我们去上班了
认真地写在纸上
厨房,我们把
在我们所有的纸上
有并且发现
它需要另一卷
完成它。一个小的
一队人离开
今天为前线
其中中士
昆茨。
5 月 25 日
星期三
今天下午我们去了
进入匹兹堡去了

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 2 月 12 日,星期四
[注:铅笔] 直接写给汤普森夫人
发现他们都很好
并且很忙清洁
屋。晚上
参加了一场讲座
斯威夫特先生在他的教堂
下着大雨
整个晚上。
5月26日依旧
阵雨。到处走走
镇一些,在
邮局遇到两个
亨利的朋友 Sem
学生我买了一个
草坪礼服。这
商家说是
三个堤坝一码
全新的术语

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 2 月 13 日,星期五
我,但我发现
意思是一样的
三先令。作为
亨利有一些
总公司的业务
我们出去的医院
在街车里
它位于
城市郊区
在一座高山上和
是一个非常愉快的
地方原来是
为疯人院而建
但现在被用作
病后住院
并受伤
士兵布赖恩医生
外科医生在

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 2 月 14 日星期六
[注:用铅笔] 充电相当
老人和相当
微弱。牧师
Rev Bear 先生展示了
我们通过不同的
病房。他看起来
有一个愉快的
每个士兵的话
我们见面了,我应该
认为合格
为他的职位。这
病房看起来像
尽可能干净漂亮
是。在图书馆是
一个小旋律
我玩过一次或
两个然后一个
玩过的士兵

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 2 月 15 日,星期日
[注:铅笔] 一些。相当
大量的
生病的士兵来自
雷诺兹营
我注意到他们仍然
叫科普兰营
我看到几个受伤的
士兵,一个曾经
在战斗中受伤
示罗被禁锢
自从可怜到他的床上
觉得我很抱歉
对他来说,我有
介绍的乐趣
在医院期间
韦曼夫人和凯特小姐
丹尼森女士们
做得很好

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 2 月 16 日,星期一
[注:铅笔] 为士兵交易。
我们花了中午
火车下车
大约十二点露营
点钟。晚上
祈祷会是
在我们宿舍举行。
5 月 27 日星期五。
这个下午
帕尔默先生进来了
并在
melodeon 一会儿和
邀请我们下去
到村子里
晚上唱歌
正如我一直想要的
去几个晚上
邀请是

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 2 月 17 日,星期二
[注:铅笔] 欣然接受。
歌唱老师是
从匹兹堡有
一直在那里教书
对于一些
月,是一个非常
好歌手。学校
他们相遇的房子是
拥挤但歌声
不是多余的。
5月28日今早
亨利去了匹兹堡
买了纸和镶边
完成厨师
房间。他没有
成功获得
传道给——
明天在

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 2 月 18 日,星期三
[注:铅笔] 下午他走到
威尔金斯堡看看
他可以得到诺莱罗斯先生
教书的牧师
来传道
N先生不在家
但他给他留了言
如果他愿意就出来。
晚上我们打电话
在 liuten 几分钟
牛鳃。中尉是
不在家 当我们
那里有彩色的
夫人在哪里做饭的男孩
C-boards来电
她去吃晚饭。他是一个
看起来很奇怪[无法辨认]但是
彬彬有礼的。我们之后


[注:印刷中] 1863 年 2 月 19 日,星期四
[注:用铅笔] 迪克先生回来了
很快就进来了
在斯托克顿船长之后
S队长是一流的
公司很热闹
并且善于设置
一个故事。他是
在军队中
波托马克很久了
在汉考克将军的领导下,
他给了我们很多
有趣的帐户
一般。 S船长
是有执照的部长
曾在神学院
他的乐趣很好
为一个开发
我认为神职人员

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 2 月 20 日,星期五
[注:铅笔] 5月29日星期日
今天早上我们
焦急地等待着
看看Noileross先生是否
好像他没有来
亨利将不得不
宣扬自己。
九点左右
N先生和他的妻子出现了

威尔金斯堡约 3 英里
他们是一个很好的
看夫妇夫人
N有点让我想起
爱丽丝考德威尔。
他曾两次在
食堂和
之后立即离开

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 2 月 21 日星期六
[注:铅笔]第二次服务到
赴约
在瑞士谷。
5月30日星期一
今天早上亨利
走进匹兹堡 &
我洗了一点然后
完成裱糊
厨师室,牧师
熊进来了
我们坐下来
吃晚饭
和我们一起 之后亨利
和他一起走过
营地。柯蒂斯医生
总医院
也在营地里
他们都吃了晚饭

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 2 月 22 日,星期日
[注:铅笔] 和我们一起。我花了
主要是下午
在写信时
这是我平常的一天
用于偿还债务
通信线路
5月31日星期二
收到一封来自
弗兰克今天和
立即回答。
晚上我们有
预约唱歌
虽然不是
只知道很多
迪克先生来了两个
和斯托达德先生。
然而我们有一个
非常好的时间唱歌

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 2 月 23 日,星期一
[注:铅笔] 6 月 1 日星期三。
今天是第一个
夏天。我想
像她一样的马特
生日。
在里面
下午我们去了
到匹兹堡去听
科廷州长的地址
在开幕式上
公平的。当我们下车时
我们遇到的汽车

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 2 月 24 日,星期二

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 2 月 25 日,星期三

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 2 月 26 日,星期四
[注:铅笔] 回忆
岩石点。
5月22日星期二。
我离开了Point of Rocks
花费后的 Va
有三个月
非常非常高兴。
我会很高兴
要有一个完整的
我当时的日记
花了,但似乎
不可能得到时间
保留一个,但也许
我可以做一些
通过指出修改
尽我所能
记住。

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 2 月 27 日,星期五
[注:铅笔] 三月我离家
第 6 次及之后
乏味的骑行
舞台到伍斯特和
一个愉快的
汽车到达阿勒格尼
市约 1/2 过去 8 点
晚上在哪里
我希望找到
亨利等着
我所在的我
和他一样失望
没有收到
我给他的话
在等待之后
短时间入库
我给他发了一条线
告诉持有人如果


[注:印刷中] 1863 年 2 月 28 日星期六
[注:铅笔]他找不到他
去见里德先生
过了一会儿他回来了
与里德先生和我们
开始为比蒂黑尔
在路上亨利
赶上我们刚回来
从会议开始
和我一起去了
圣克莱尔酒店
晚上——
3月7日早上
亨利和我去看先生
阿尔布雷说他
刚刚收到消息
从华盛顿那
所有的女士们都有
被从


[注:印刷中] 1863 年 3 月 1 日,星期日
[注:铅笔] City Point & 大概是
然后在华盛顿,但
说如果我想去
他会寄给我
因为我不知道
转身,除非
不得不离开匹兹堡
下午 4 点
火车 在火车上
遇到了一位梅里特夫人
克利夫兰也要去
外出劳作
基督教委员会
我们通过了
山中的
晚上,但就是这样
那明亮的月光
我们会很好地看到

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 3 月 2 日,星期一
[注:铅笔] 我很喜欢
很多人很惊讶
那山
似乎没有更高

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 3 月 3 日,星期二

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 3 月 4 日,星期三

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 3 月 5 日,星期四

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 3 月 6 日星期五

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 3 月 7 日,星期六

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 3 月 8 日,星期日

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 3 月 9 日,星期一

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 3 月 10 日,星期二

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 3 月 11 日,星期三

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 3 月 12 日,星期四

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 3 月 13 日,星期五

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 3 月 14 日星期六

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 3 月 15 日,星期日

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 3 月 16 日,星期一

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 3 月 17 日,星期二

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 3 月 20 日,星期五

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 3 月 21 日星期六

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 3 月 22 日,星期日
[注:铅笔] 8 月 30 日星期一。
弗兰克曾在
地窖,修好了
橱柜门,这样
他们会打开并
轻松关闭。当他
是通过他告诉玛丽
他期望我们
将开放和
关上那些门
现在一直
莎拉开车到
Will Hulberts 但他
没感觉
骑马说是
太靠近中间
天。

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 3 月 23 日,星期一
[注:铅笔] 8月31日星期二
爱德华莎拉 &
我去了韦茅斯
9月1日——
我们回到家,
发现弗兰克在
休息室感觉很不对劲
可擦除。我给了他
内特尔顿先生发来的话
对他来说,即
她自己曾经
无效这么久
她[注:页面染色] [难以辨认] 如何
同情
他,她以为
他经常
表达了她的同情。

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 3 月 24 日,星期二
[注:铅笔]他似乎很高兴
说她知道什么
病了这么久,
告诉我们他们有
在收到中国信件的同时
我们走了,他的
生日信之间
他们。
9 月 6 日安息日。
弗兰克非常
期间发烧
下午,我们感到焦虑——
我害怕他会
生病并且[无法辨认]
他可以[无法辨认]

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 3 月 25 日,星期三
[注:铅笔] 但很少。当我在
学习课程
他问的下一个安息日
对于课叶和
我们一起看过
最后一次。课程
是第一部分
第10章【无法辨认】&
我记得想知道
着急怎么下
安息日会找到他,
9月6日星期一——
看起来是这样
弗兰克去的温暖
进入北卧室
弗兰克和莎拉·莱策尔

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 3 月 26 日,星期四
[注:铅笔] 打电话来看他和
他虽然出来了
几乎不能这样做。莎拉
想得到一些
他的鱼肝油和
他上楼梯后
它,让她失望了
他的一个小
条纹葫芦。
9月7日星期二。
他没有
离开他的房间(南
室)。母亲是
几乎所有的人都和他在一起
中午和他
告诉她他是

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 3 月 27 日,星期五
[注:用铅笔] 怕他不应该
活着看到亨利和海蒂
看起来很悲伤
整天气馁
他咳​​嗽了
几乎不停地为
好几天了
虚弱的,
他一直在服用
大剂量吗啡
并因此获得了一个
很少睡觉。
9月8日星期三。
我们填写了
为他思考
他会发现更多
比以前舒服

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 3 月 28 日,星期六
[注:用铅笔] 南房。爱德华
我和我去了
考伊先生在
晚上练习一些
给士兵听的音乐
重逢 (166 O.V.I) 其中
将发生在下一个
天。
9月9日星期四。
莎拉去了
克利夫兰咨询
索尔斯伯里医生关于弗兰克。
医生似乎
想想小冷
结果说他
必须穿出来。坦率
当我们告诉他时说

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 3 月 29 日,星期日
[注:铅笔] 他认为
穿着冷
他很快就出来了。
医生给他寄了一些
退烧药
并告诉莎拉写
几天后给他。
士兵的重逢
在市政厅举行
爱德华艾姆和我去了
看起来像下降
几乎有必要
音乐的帐户。
我们感到非常焦虑
一整天都在谈论他和
Em 回到家
中午,找到他

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 3 月 30 日,星期一
[注:用铅笔] 睡觉。我们来的时候
他晚上回家
坐起来了,玛丽
和他在一起,有
一直在给他读书。
我们告诉他
尽可能关于
团圆。福勒
内特尔顿打电话来看
他在回家的路上
它似乎
做他很多
好的。 - 母亲
洗过澡
他每
一天,它似乎总是
让他更
舒服的。

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 3 月 31 日,星期二
[注:铅笔] 9月16日星期四
莎拉去了哥伦布
今天早上(我有
决定不回
伍斯特 所以她想
她最好回去)
弗兰克说什么时候
他向她道别
“莎拉,我会想念
你这么多”,她
照顾
他的药和
和他在一起最多
的时间。
他下来了
中午的楼梯
并没有回去
直到晚上。他说

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 4 月 1 日,星期三
[注:铅笔] 我,我必须
代替莎拉
[无法辨认] [无法辨认] 她是
一。我告诉他
我不会答应
告诉它,但会
很高兴做
我能做到的最好的
他。
9月23日星期四
克莱夫布朗出现了
并度过了一个晚上。
她要去睡觉了
几天后
拜托弗兰克
告诉他他
希望他很快
再次坚强。

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 4 月 2 日,星期四
[注:铅笔] Mc Laughlin 先生
也叫来看
他几分钟,
萨布 9 月 25 日。
爱德华和我带走了
玛丽到伍斯特——
9月30日星期四
爱德华的生日,牧师
斯金纳先生和先生
克利夫兰的西摩

我们。明天我们有
安息日学[无法辨认]。

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 4 月 3 日,星期五
[注:铅笔]在我们的教堂[无法辨认]
到时。
10月1日星期五-
爱德华艾姆和我
出席大会
一整天。我们来的时候
我们走进的家
卧室和
告诉弗兰克我们的一切
可以关于它和[难以辨认]
[无法辨认] 给他
【注:字迹已褪色】
[难以辨认] [难以辨认] [难以辨认] [难以辨认]
早上,他

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 4 月 4 日星期六
[注:用铅笔] 打扮自己
来自研究
到刚才的客厅
崇拜。他没有
坐了很久
病房,看起来很
疲劳的,
10月2日星期六
妈妈+Em去了
给 Meeds 先生出价
克洛伊布朗再见
当她离开
星期一的西部。
下大雨
白天,但弗兰克

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 4 月 5 日,星期日
[注:铅笔] 看起来很舒服。
10 月 14 日
安息日学大会
在安威尔。因为它是
非常愉快的
早上我们以为
也许弗兰克会
喜欢和爱德华一起去
&我为了
富有的。他以为
会是个好主意
并说我没有
需要去除非我
希望他能
开车回去。我们告诉
he 我们认为

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 4 月 6 日,星期一
【注意:用铅笔】最好不要尝试做
那。这是相当
冷下来,很多
比我们更冷
预料之中,我们离开了爱德华
在教堂和
马上回来
弗兰克没有
似乎受苦
寒冷回家
当我们到达
镇 他问我们是否
最好得到
邮件然后说
我们希望看到
莎拉·莱策尔。我们
看到艾萨克·鲍尔斯在

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 4 月 7 日,星期二
[注:铅笔] P.O.他说
“弗朗西斯是不是很漂亮
今天早上对你来说很容易。”
弗兰克被逗乐了
被称为弗朗西斯,
他很累
当他去莎拉家时
她给了他一些
他的羔羊并坚持
让他留下来
当晚餐。当他在
吃我去了
P.O也给时代
报纸的办公室也是
当我回来的时候
阅读[难以辨认]
给弗兰克+莎拉。他

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 4 月 8 日,星期三
[注:用铅笔] 正在吃一些
饭粥和我
非常害怕它
会伤害他。他
笑着说“你
允许这个”?我们
最后想也许
它不会伤害他
他的手似乎
很冷,莎拉
带来了一些酒
和水给他们洗澡。
她告诉他他有
比任何人都漂亮的手
他的姐妹们
我欣然[难以辨认]。
他似乎没有

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 4 月 9 日,星期四
[注:用铅笔] 从
骑他的车去
安利好久。
10月25日
杜利特尔先生
归国传教士
来自中国的演讲
晚上。他来了
到我们家
早上我在
去拿一些
弗兰克的柳树。下午他
向我们展示了他的好奇心
他带来的
来自中国。坦率

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 4 月 10 日,星期五
[注:用铅笔] 坐起来,直到他
通过,之后
抱怨被
很累,他们说
太兴奋了
关于这样的事情
他。
在这之后不久
爱丽丝·克兰和她
老公打来电话。她
告诉弗兰克他
看起来好 100%
比她和
她妈妈起来了
九月之后他们

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 4 月 11 日星期六
[注:用铅笔] 离开弗兰克说
他认为是
非常令人鼓舞。
选举日。
父亲和爱德华
上去投票
下午早些时候
弗兰克一直等到
Em从
上音乐课。
她没有达到
直到下午 3 点以后才回家
&他开始害怕
他不打算
及时到达那里。

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 4 月 12 日,星期日
[注:铅笔]他说他应该
大失所望
如果她没有来
因为他想放进去
再次投票给州长。
应该是
也为他难过,去
知道那是
最后一次
可能性。
在最后
弗兰克的购买
因为他自己是一些
法兰绒手帕。
我们去了

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 4 月 13 日,星期一
[注:铅笔] 马特森的服装
商店和弗兰克去了
在我拿着
马。目前M先生
出来告诉
我是我的兄弟
想拥有我
进去帮他
用他需要的东西。
看起来是什么
[无法辨认] [无法辨认],他说
他很贵
害怕太多
但我告诉他
他希望我们
想让他
有他们和
我们带走了它们。

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 4 月 1 日,星期二
[注:铅笔] 当我们准备好时
回家弗兰克说
他不知道他是怎么
可能会进入越野车。
我告诉他我会
带一个盒子
近,但他说
属于“Boire's”药物
店铺。然后我说我
会问马特森先生
来,但他帮助
在我能做到之前他自己
打电话给任何人,他说
骑太累了
更远。

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 4 月 15 日,星期三
[注:铅笔]我和他在一起
也有一天,当他
把他的靴子换成
一对布的
库尔佩斯先生。他告诉先生
库尔普,他非常
弱,没有
期望对
这个冬天很多。先生
麦克劳克林来了
和他一样
准备好。我到了
越野车并帮助了他。
[无法辨认]先生告诉
打倒弗兰克
有时去商店

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 4 月 16 日,星期四
[注:用铅笔] 见他。弗兰克&
“麦克”(他总是
叫他)是
最好的朋友。
最后之一
他骑马出去的次数
我们经过
M.E教会和
然后走出路
圣约翰逊先生以南
弗兰克看起来很
那天很伤心,说
他曾希望成为
能够在会议上工作
或蜂箱
春天,但它

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 4 月 17 日,星期五
[注:用铅笔] 似乎没有看
很喜欢现在。这个
是为数不多的人之一
他看起来的时候
对自己感到沮丧。
当我们通过 Gen
海伊的新房子我
告诉他那里
是一些不错的新东西
马在车站。
我想拥有
他看到他
回答“是的,如果我得到
又出来了。”
在另一个
我们见面的时间

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 4 月 18 日星期六
[注:铅笔] 由 M.E Ch 然后
在东西方
路过
老史密斯地方
并通过镇家
我们看了父亲
和爱德华工作
下面的土豆片
船体。贝茨船长
房子几乎是com-
完成,弗兰克发言
这幅画,我们
以为百叶窗
颜色很深
但是当我们来的时候
[无法辨认] 我们有前锋
只是一直在看

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 4 月 19 日,星期日
[注:铅笔] 窗户作为
百叶窗没有打开。
有一些
漂亮的南瓜
船长的领域和
弗兰克在他自己的
提出的有趣方式
我们放了一个
南瓜下
[无法辨认] 每当我们骑行时
出去,我们会
货源充足
不久之后。”

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 4 月 20 日,星期一
[注:铅笔]我带他出去
骑一天
新英格兰晚餐
在大厅。尽管
我走进了毒品
商店买一些
医药莫菲特先生我们的
卫理公会部长
与弗兰克交谈
然后来了
进入商店并
对我说“你的
哥哥拿了很
糟糕,他当然
忙不过来
但我认为

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 4 月 21 日,星期二
[注:铅笔] 希望活到
亨利和海蒂来了
会让他跟上
一段时间。”
[无法辨认]的那一天
怀特塞德的销售我们
开车经过
房子让他
可能会看到
那里的人。我们见过面
福勒内特尔顿和
开车弗兰克后
我下楼了
到杰​​克逊。他看起来
非常[难以辨认] [难以辨认] [难以辨认]

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 4 月 22 日,星期三
[注:铅笔]11 月 7 日安息日
我留下了
和弗兰克在家里。
他坐在
厨房门和
看着人们
之后去教堂
一会儿他进来了
并睡在
休息一会儿
我看着他
他一直都是
睡觉,如此浪费和
与苦难一起工作
并认为它必须
不可能

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 4 月 23 日,星期四
[注:铅笔]他要长寿
这样的条件。
他醒来时带着
小开始和我
几乎松了一口气
它通常看起来像
尽管他可能会睡觉
他自己离开了
如此虚弱,如此脆弱。
他的眼睛总是
明亮的是不寻常的
如此明亮
最后几个月
他和我们在一起。
我从未见过
看起来的眼睛
对我来说如此美丽
除非是辛西娅的

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 4 月 24 日,星期五
[注:用铅笔] 就在晚饭前
他谈到了比恩医生
说他想知道是否
他可以为他做任何事
好的。之后坐
在角落
和我们一起吃饭
看着我们吃我们的
晚餐。我们女孩可以
从不吃,但很少
当他在寻找
开,好像是这样
他很难
被拒绝的食物
他渴望它
似乎几乎[无法辨认]
对我们和我们 [无法辨认]
煮了一些东西,但是

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 4 月 25 日星期六
[注:铅笔] 什么是绝对的
必要的。
11月8日星期一。
爱德华和
弗兰克到克利夫兰。
弗兰克说过
这几天
他想看看
再次成为一名医生
正如他所感觉到的
很舒服
天气很好
他以为他会
试着去。我们都
帮助他做好准备
Em煮了他

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 4 月 26 日,星期日
[注:铅笔] 一些饭菜
午餐和另一个帮助
他穿衣服。父亲拿了
他们到仓库&
当他回家时
我带他出去
玉米地。他
说是
看到弗兰克很伤心
开始寻找
这么虚弱,他说
感到非常焦虑
这似乎是一个很大的风险
让他去,并且
他不能
很好,但就像他一样
急着要去

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 4 月 27 日,星期一
[注:用铅笔] 也许这是最好的。
我和我清理了
弗兰克的卧室,而
他们在我们离开的时候
知道它不能
做他的时候
在家。我们把
在地毯上
是汉娜的。密涅瓦
下午打电话
我们有义务
赶紧去
之前打通
火车应该来了
在。我们谈到了
弗兰克整天,它
看起来很奇怪

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 4 月 28 日,星期二
[注:在铅笔中] 和寂寞没有
我们的无效和我们
之前就知道
我们应该有多久
亲爱的弗兰克走了
没有希望
他的回归。
父亲去了
仓库和我们
期待与美好
处理他的焦虑
返回爱德华
是去看医生
如果可能的话 未知
给弗兰克,按顺序
找出什么
他真的想过

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 4 月 29 日,星期三
[注:铅笔]他曾经是任何
更好,虽然
我们知道有
可能没有机会
对他来说,我们仍然
几乎没有准备好
为结果。爱德华
医生告诉他
那个“有
没什么好说的
他的食物他没有
很好,他是
在现实中挨饿
说死了
如果他在内部集结
几个星期他
可能会有所帮助

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 4 月 30 日,星期四
[注:铅笔]他一些。医生
似乎认为
那他的原因
没有获得
是因为他
没有严格
听从他的指示
关于吃。
这看起来很
对我们来说不可能
时间和现在
我们确信
这样不能
一直如此。
弗兰克没有
看起来很累
我们曾预料到

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 5 月 1 日星期五
[注:铅笔]他会的。后
爱德华告诉我们
医生有什么
说我回去了
进入客厅
&弗兰克伸出手
他的手几乎
他总是这样做
想谈谈
任何东西,而我
坐在地板上
在他旁边问
他是什么医生
告诉过他。
他说“嗯
他说:“在那里
[注:数字 6 的印章] 是有生命的
希望并说

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 5 月 2 日星期六
[注:铅笔]他已经举起
男人在他们可以的时候
不上床”
但补充说弗兰克
你知道诀窍
在这些医生中,他们
有时保持一个
躺在床上的家伙
有信誉
一种奇妙的治疗方法。”
他说医生
告诉他他是
患有慢性腹泻
那是新闻
对他来说,他
有危险
有消费

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 5 月 3 日,星期日
[注:铅笔] 的肠子和
补充说“我将
过得很辛苦
如果那是时间
案子。亲爱的兄弟
我们多么感激
都觉得他的
苦难不是
像他们一样延长
经常在这样
案例。他之后
谈了一会儿
他吃晚饭
我给了他
新药
两种药丸。”
他很快就去了

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 5 月 6 日,星期三
[注:用铅笔] 可以减轻他的负担,
几乎擦了他一下
不断地给他洗澡
头部和应用
热门应用
他的胸膛和肠子。
我们认为困难
用他的心
正如流通似乎
几乎停了下来。
他以为他是
像我们一样死去
因为他从未经历过
以前这样的苦恼。
他看着
父亲很认真
并重复了

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 5 月 7 日星期四
[注:用铅笔] 文字。”我们有一个
倡导与
天父耶稣基督
他大义。父亲
没有听到和
他重复了一遍
第二次。他说
他曾希望
活下去
有时很难
顺服神的
凡事都会
这很难
离开他的朋友
但他们和他
会再见面的。
他说“你

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 5 月 8 日,星期五
[注:用铅笔] 必须只想到
我又是一个
过去,我会
遇见心爱的人
另一边。”
我和我是
站在
床头
我们问
他什么词
我们应该发送
对他来说
在中国和他
告诉 Em 带来
他一些台词
从局
他拿的抽屉

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 5 月 9 日星期六
[注:用铅笔] 他们阅读
然后他们给了
他们回到她身边。
“我们会再见面的
菌株多么甜蜜
声音多么舒缓
像遥远的菌株
听到的音乐
在一些迷人的土地上”
他说他会
喜欢和爸爸说话
和他一起,给他
建议和安慰。”
Em告诉他
不会的
直到我们[无法辨认]
一切都过去了,妈妈

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 5 月 10 日,星期日
[注:用铅笔] 说“你的父亲
& 我可能会
早点去”。
我对他说
“亲爱的,你不是
害怕死”?
他回答说:“不!他是
能够保存到
至极,倾尽所有
主的重担。我
告诉他,耶稣
会和他一起去,那
他不是一个人去
并重复这节经文
“上帝会抹去
带走所有的眼泪

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 5 月 11 日,星期一
[注:铅笔] 他们的眼睛,他们的
不再是死亡
既不悲伤也不
哭,也不行
还有更多
痛苦,对于前者
事情过去了
离开。一旦他关闭
他的眼睛和Em说
对我来说“我不相信
他将永远打开它们
再次”。大约之后
两个小时他开始
感觉有点[难以辨认]
并说“我可以
现在不去
但是[难以辨认] [难以辨认]

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 5 月 12 日,星期二
[注:铅笔] 会很满意
让我的朋友知道
我的感觉,
晚上好像
好像他曾经
从回馈
死了,我们都
觉得他的宝贵
生活在快速浪费
离开,那
结束必须肯定
快来。

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 5 月 13 日,星期三
[注:铅笔]11月12日
Em 去了
玛丽的伍斯特。
弗兰克非常
一整天从
的影响
当天的咒语
前。母亲是
和他一起
下午我去
在偶尔。他
曾经对我说
“哦,你看
又好又强,
我希望我来
一个咒语

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 5 月 14 日星期四
[注:用铅笔] 同时。我告诉他了
我愿意
给他一份
我的健康,
我可以节省
他很划算&
还是要舒服。
当我在
客厅 他说
对母亲“有
没有太多的安慰
以这种方式生活”和
翻翻
门他补充说“做
你这么认为,克拉拉”
想知道什么

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 5 月 15 日,星期五
[注:用铅笔] 回复使,我
问他说了什么
&他重复了
一时的话语
之前,我告诉他
他必须想到
安慰他
我们和我进去了
和妈妈一起试过
转移他的注意力。莎拉
正在刷他的
武器,他们是
长得这么瘦?

[注:蓝色笔,不同的笔迹] 作者:Clara 1875 - FRANKS
[注:印刷中] 1863 年 5 月 16 日星期六
[注:手写] 有一天,我
和弗兰克单独在一起,我不记得了
他看的日期
越过他的办公室,拿走
每个抽屉和
检查一切
它它。一边看一边
关于汉娜的事情
他说他认为
他们可能正在做
一些好的,如果他们
被送到家
使命。我展开
她的努比亚说

[注:蓝色笔,不同笔迹] LAST DAYS
[注:印刷中] 1863 年 5 月 17 日,星期日
[注:笔迹]我没有
相信我们会
想寄那个
离开,看起来如此
喜欢她。他拿了
拿出一个小别针
那是她的
把它放在一边
窗户。
除其他事项外
他给我看了
他压过的丁香
几年前从
海蒂的灌木丛,也
他吃的一些蛋糕
不吃蛋糕
在海蒂的最后一次使用
派对。他给我

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 5 月 18 日,星期一
[注:笔迹] 一条狭长的猩红色
那是丝带
汉娜也是她
钩针,说
我会发现它
好一个。
他说话很
可悲的是
她的东西是
处置在他的
死后回家,
说他甚至没有
知道谁有她的衣服
并且没有声音
关于任何事情。我
告诉他
很难

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 5 月 19 日,星期二
[注:手写] 原谅他们
他们这样做的方式
时间。他没有
完成放回
事情说他
太累了,我
可能会把它们放回去
所以他看着
我把它们还给
他们的地方。我感觉
这是最后一次
他会看到他们的时间
我想他
有同样的感觉。
几天
在这之后他说

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 5 月 20 日,星期三
[注:手写]他的诗篇,
妈妈说
有一个,他没有
像父亲一样知道
关心拥有
它,说他会
喜欢把它给
多尔西夫人 但是
也许他应该
送给老太太
沃利克。
我告诉他了
如果他觉得
他宁愿给
它给多尔西夫人我
以为他可以
所以。

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 5 月 21 日星期四
【注:手写】11月20日
我带弗兰克出去了
骑——当我来的时候
进去告诉他我
准备出发了,他
说他没有
感觉很好并且
也许他应该
不去,他说
有剧烈的疼痛
他的身边。我告诉他了
也许他会
感觉更好
一些新鲜空气。
他要了一些
威士忌和水
这似乎可以缓解

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 5 月 22 日,星期五
【注:笔迹】他有点。
在等待的同时
他我看了看
我的赞美诗和他
说“他们从不唱歌
第 301 首赞美诗,
他们有吗?它一直
我最喜欢的之一
需很长时间。
“通过所有的变化
生活场景
在烦恼和快乐中
我神的赞美必
我的心和舌头仍在使用”
他似乎
感到悲惨的时候

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 5 月 23 日星期六
【注:笔迹】我们开始了,他说
太困了,想
可能他可能
拿了太多
刺激。他笑着
rEmarked 在我们离开时
院子里“也许我
我肯定喝醉了”-
我们遇到了斯特朗先生
和查理在
他们的地方。粗鲁
就乔赛亚·克劳而言——
福特和那里转身
大约。他开始
感觉更糟,我
为它疾驰而过
看起来很冷,我

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 5 月 24 日星期日
[注:笔迹] 怕他可能
感冒。什么时候我们
到家了妈妈
帮助他进入
房子,他去了
立马睡觉,
戴上帽子
地板而不是
等待删除他的
大衣。他说哦
我太累了
似乎觉得很
就像他在
以前苦恼的转身
11 月 11 日。他说
他猜到的玛丽
我们必须
放弃他,这是

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 5 月 25 日,星期一
【注:手写】没用。
走向夜晚
他感觉好多了 说
我可能会做饭
他的晚餐和他
似乎很享受
和往常一样。
11 月 27 日(第三期)
他睡得很好
中午交易
这很不寻常
不喜欢打扰
他我没做饭
他的晚餐直到很多
比平时晚和

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 5 月 26 日,星期二
[注:笔迹] 那就很难了
他足够清醒
去吃。一点
之后他
他开始
感到非常苦恼
我们擦了擦
给他刷了个澡,洗了个澡
他的头顶着威士忌&
水。他问
如果我们帮不上忙
他沿着一些
给他唱歌,
父亲问
他会怎么做
喜欢让我们唱歌

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 5 月 27 日,星期三
【注:手写】他说
“耶和华我的牧者
是”——我们有
唱他说
他想
让父亲选择
一个,他选择了
“有一片土地
纯粹的喜悦”——它是
很难
我们要控制自己
但我们四个,父亲
爱德华艾姆和我唱歌
尽我们所能
然后是父亲
带领祷告会
治疗亲爱的儿子

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 5 月 28 日星期四
[注:手写] 和兄弟
上帝,祈祷
他的生活可能是
如果可以的话,幸免于难
与他一致
圣旨,但如果
他现在要离开了
我们他可能
成为征服者
并且超过
借着祂得胜
谁爱过我们
并给了自己
为我们”——似乎
对我们所有人来说
他肯定要去
他被压迫

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 5 月 29 日,星期五
[注:笔迹] 一口气,我们扔了
打开窗户但是
这似乎是他
不好。玛丽有
去了村子
我们害怕他
可能会过去
在她回来之前。
当我们看到她
来了,我跑了下来
到路上遇见
她,叫她快点
因为我们害怕弗兰克
快死了。他觉得
一段时间后更好
要求吃晚饭
并在此期间睡觉
晚上。

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 5 月 30 日星期六
[注:手写]他告诉玛丽
那些赞美诗所做的
他太好了,
说他们给了我们
吃的时候
痛苦。
他说
坐着的爱德华
在床上抱着
他的手“我们兄弟
必须分开,但我们
会再见面”
他告诉Em
似乎很难
如此受苦,但
救主遭受了
更多
为了他。

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 5 月 31 日,星期日
【注:手写】11月19日
(误删)
多尔西夫人打来电话
去看弗兰克。我们
看到她来了,但是
没有告诉他。
他刚刚被
在城里,Em 有
带他下来(
上次他是
永远下来)和夫人
多尔西说她
以为她会
等到他
休息了。弗兰克坐
在他的摇椅上

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 6 月 1 日,星期一
【注:手写】由南门
并且非常
善于交际,想要她
尝一尝他的
药丸,看看什么
一种药
他不得不接受。
她去的时候
他离开时说“我
不知道如何
“我要去
通过
冬天”,看着
认真考虑她的想法
读懂她的想法
关于他的情况。
她回答说“嗯

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 6 月 2 日,星期二
[注:手写]我们会希望
最好的弗兰克。
然后他告诉她
可以肯定的是
再来一次
添加“不要忘记
我;这是
上次她看到
他和她有
自从告诉我
她永远不会忘记
他是多么认真
看着他说
“别忘了我”。
在她拥有之后
走了弗兰克说“我们
会去那里

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 6 月 3 日,星期三
[注:手写] 有时,老师
在那里登机
会激怒我
让我感觉
更好的。
杰西克劳福德
打电话来看弗兰克
有一天和弗兰克
告诉他这是
很多时候很辛苦
让他保持
从嫉妒强
像他这样的年轻人,

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 6 月 4 日,星期四
【注:手写】11月28日
伊丽莎哈姆舍
来得很意外
今早,来了
度过一天
与弗兰克。她
没有进入
他的房间,但等待
直到他穿好衣服
出来了。
他问她是否
她以为他有
长肉了
告诉她一切
他的药,医生
索尔伯里公司。在里面

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 6 月 5 日,星期五
【注:笔迹】下午他躺下
我坚持
他一会儿。他笑了
关于伊丽莎的谈话
这么快,他说
喜欢听她说话
但这让他很累。
伊丽莎告诉
早上的我
她没有
看看怎么可能
让我们拥有
他最不希望
越来越好,说
可能没有
机会,她说
照顾过

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 6 月 6 日,星期六
[注:手写] 消耗者和他们
之后再好不过了
看起来一样糟糕
他做到了。我告诉他们
我们都认为
也许是
因为她没有
见他这么久
他看起来如此
对她不好。坦率
留下
在坐着
我们在的房间
吃晚饭什么的
它总是心疼
我们让他想要
去做,因为看起来
对他来说太糟糕了

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 6 月 7 日,星期日
【注:手写】见其余部分
一家人吃东西
那些被他拒绝的,
晚上
母亲与
弗兰克和其他人
我们中的
客厅。
第二天早上
她在火车上离开了
当她坏了弗兰克
再见,他说
“我认为我的
复苏值得怀疑,但
一切都会好起来”。
她从那以后告诉
我们这些是

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 6 月 8 日,星期一
【注:手写】准确的字
汉娜用过的
最后一次
她看见了她。
她告诉他
威尔上来了
看到他并作为
她走出了
门她说“现在
爱护
你自己,弗兰克。”
她觉得很
她离开时很糟糕
我们为她认为
大量的
弗兰克和她很好
知道她

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 6 月 9 日,星期二
[注:手写] 永远不会看
又是他的脸。
11月29日
感恩。
我们都觉得
这是最后一次
那个感恩节
弗兰克会和
我们并试图
让他舒服——
表尽可能。
爱德华·艾姆神父
& 我去了教堂
(卫理公会)和五月

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 6 月 10 日,星期三
[注:手写] 和母亲沉着
在家。什么时候我们
回家我们发现
他吃晚饭。
他的药来了
在办公室和
一些论文和
最好的一些
中国字母。
他进来了
之后的客厅
一会儿读
在纽约观察家,
(一直是他最喜欢的论文)
我把
藤蔓在窗帘上
在南窗
他看着我

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 6 月 11 日星期四
[注:手写] 与我一起工作
他们。他对
花很浓,
和朋友
给他寄了一份很棒的
许多美丽的花束
当鲜花持续时。
Mary & Em 准备好了
晚餐,我呆着
和他在一起,而玛丽
正在吃饭,然后
她进来了。
Em 或 Mary 可以
享受他们的感恩节
晚餐。它是
从来没有任何乐趣
给我们吃
他的事情

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 6 月 12 日,星期五
[注意:手写]不允许
具有。晚饭后
我读过中国
给他的信和
然后煮了他
一些牡蛎,给了
他就是他
想要,送达一个
非常大的一个
本身在一个小盘子上。
他看起来如此
舒适所有
下午和非常
好精神。太太
考伊和夫人
齐格勒称
到傍晚。他
然后躺在

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 6 月 13 日星期六
[注:手写]休息室,谈过
他们相当 &
要求他们来
再次。他们之后
我们都走了
一起聊了
在他很久以前
抱怨被
疲劳的。晚上
爱德华画了一张地图
耶路撒冷的一个
黑板上的
属于 S.S.

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 6 月 14 日,星期日
【注:手写】11月30日
莎拉回家了
弗兰克是
很高兴看到
她,问多久
她可以留下来。
他受过苦
很多通过
痛苦的一天
他的肠子和之后
尽我们所能
想起玛丽去了
到镇上一些
薄荷。母亲
发表了一些评论
关于薄荷
对狗有毒

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 6 月 15 日,星期一
[注:笔迹]弗兰克重复的
对我来说很棒
娱乐的交易。
药似乎
大大减轻他的负担
他一直在使用
盐酸
几天而不是
胃蛋白酶和思想
那是
他苦恼的原因。
晚上他
与莎拉交谈
一会儿然后
告诉她他会
必须等到
早晨。

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 6 月 16 日,星期二
[注:笔迹] 马特·巴顿 &
艾莉艾略特打电话给
一个晚上去看他
.他在吃
他的晚餐,似乎
异常舒适。
和他们一起笑
关于总是知道
下一顿吃什么
会给他带来悲伤
人们似乎都
认为他使用
生石板牛肉
但他不知道怎么做
他们收到了这样一个
印象。他没有

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 6 月 17 日,星期三
[注:笔迹] 看起来很像
无效,太亮了
和他一样快乐
那天晚上看了。
老迪瓦恩先生
在这里很久
下午的时间
并与
妈妈说他有
喝茶
老师,吃饭
全麦面包和
然后跟着一个
面包的讨论
制作一般。
弗兰克能听到

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 6 月 18 日星期四
【注:笔迹】皆为门
半开着,它
让我非常恼火
让他有义务
听谈话
关于面包,其中之一
他如此渴望的文章
很多。他抱怨
很大一部分
热和某种意义上的
窒息。我
打开窗户
但似乎没有
对他有任何好处。
他问我
数他的脉搏
我找到了
[注:加盖 8 号]
120.我告诉他

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 6 月 19 日星期五
[注:手写] 写的很快 +
他说他应该
就是这样
他感觉很糟糕。
他无法得到
睡觉但注意到
我困了 +
叫我躺下
在脚下
睡觉,打个盹。
我告诉他我会
如果他愿意就睡觉
他没有得到任何
睡觉。

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 6 月 20 日,星期六
[注:手写] 有一天,莎拉
海丝特在家
和玛丽·赫奇斯
叫。弗兰克是
在客厅
后来我们去了
进入客厅和
玛丽告诉我们
她母亲的死
仅仅一年前。
她有消费
&玛丽说
弗兰克让她
想那么多
她妈妈。
他们离开后

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 6 月 21 日,星期日
[注:笔迹] 弗兰克说如果
留下一点
虽然他认为他
可以睡觉了。我曾是
上楼梯,他
叫玛丽打电话
他的“厨师”。
- - -
斯托克斯先生打来电话。
他告诉弗兰克
他认为他看起来
以及当他
最后一次见到他。坦率
回答说他期待
寒冷的天气会
试一试他,

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 6 月 22 日,星期一
[注:笔迹] 索克斯先生问
弗兰克他的年龄和
告诉他
他自己就是一个
小于一岁
他父亲是什么时候
他在 49 岁时去世。
- -
亨特先生打电话给
一个下午,而
莎拉在家。
她与
弗兰克很久了,
告诉他关于她的事
女儿玛蒂,怎么样
经过理事会
最好的医生
在状态已经给

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 6 月 23 日,星期二
[注:笔迹]她起来说
她活不下去了
但是两个月,她
已经活了五年。
她很开朗
&活泼坦率
似乎几乎没有
明亮的。她告诉
她以为的他
太可惜了
他就这样躺在床上
很多,现在它
真是太艰难了。
他笑着说
说他猜到了
他是一个
昂贵的寄宿生。她

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 6 月 24 日,星期三
【注:手写】给他带来了一些
果冻和其他一些
准备,特别是
生病的人,但我们
把他们都放在一边
不敢使用它们
他要求品尝
果冻,然后
我告诉他
我们会把它收起来
也许它会
为他做
它。他持续的耐心
关于
被拒绝他什么
渴望,是一个奇迹
对我来说,但亲爱的
男孩很着急

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 6 月 25 日,星期四
【注:笔迹】活该他是
愿意做任何事
这似乎是最好的。
他说过
猎人夫人的声音
让他累了,但是
我们的从来没有
这只是陌生人的
令他疲倦的声音。
- - -
莫菲特先生
打电话来看弗兰克
这些下午之一
而莎拉在
和我们。坦率
很高兴看到

[注:印刷中] 186 年 6 月 26 日星期五
【注:笔迹】他和我们
很高兴他来了,他
很友善,而且
同情,只是
一个看病的人
人。弗兰克是
和他很自由
M先生-谈到
剩下的他会
在天堂和
时间有多短
似乎直到
所有人都应该聚集
那里。弗兰克发言
上的诗句
墙上的平板电脑
多么舒适

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 6 月 27 日,星期六
[注:手写]他们给了他,
莫菲特先生祈祷
和他一起,非常
恳切的祈祷
他和我们可能
如果他得到支持
应该被带走,
“直到最后”
祷告后
他走进
卧室和唱歌
给弗兰克两节经文
一首赞美诗的合唱
存在
“我信靠主
亲爱的卡尔弗里羔羊。
谦卑地在你的十字架前鞠躬
耶稣拯救我,现在拯救我

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 6 月 28 日,星期日
【注:笔迹】M先生离开后
莎拉玛丽和我去了
进入卧室&
弗兰克示意
我坐下
他身边的床
然后他说“先生
莫菲特似乎认为
我永远不会好起来
但我不是说
放弃,我有
活了很多
强壮的男人我
生病了”和
然后他抬起头
如此认真
方式,意图阅读

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 6 月 29 日,星期一
【注:笔迹】我们对它的看法。
我们告诉他
我们没有给他
还在这
我们是真诚的。我们
以为先生
莫菲特没见过
他,当然还有
他看起来更糟
对他,对我们——
奇怪的是我们
被骗了,但是
也许更好,这
大约两周
在他死之前。

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 6 月 30 日,星期二
[注:手写] 一个下午我读到
“朵拉布朗森”
他,他睡了一个
小时候我
读书,说我必须
把他当成
感兴趣的听众。
他要求
他的奎宁粉
并把它们放在一起
一进他的甘油
瓶子然后笑了
关于被宠坏了
它是为 Em 的“头发
油”。他看起来
一整天都这么糟糕-

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 7 月 1 日,星期三
[注:手写]我给女孩打电话
在下午
看看他们是否没有
认为他看起来更糟
比以往任何时候都。在
晚上 Em
洗了个头
很长一段时间,而莎拉
&玛丽招待了他
与事件
“哥伦布+伍斯特”
- -
不久前
到上面他固定
我们的时钟最后
他为我们做的事——

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 7 月 2 日,星期四
[注:笔迹]他曾在此工作
坐了一会儿
房间然后我带着
站进
卧室。他是如此
当他有的时候很高兴
把它们放在一起
说他会
让我把
他们身上的重量
太重了,所以我
把时钟带到
床和他告诉我
如何调整
举重,笑个
我的问题很少
关于机制

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 7 月 3 日,星期五
[注:手写] 时钟呢
都那么熟悉
给他。
- - -
将赫尔伯特和
约翰钱伯斯打电话给
见他和
花了一些
和他在一起的时间。
他与
他们关于他的牛肉
饮食说他做到了
不要厌倦它
但过得很好
食欲,这他
一直被认为是

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 7 月 4 日星期六
[注:笔迹] 有利的标志。
他告诉威尔
他认为他们
很幸运得到
一个男孩在他们家,
指的是威尔的小
两周大的宝宝。
他问他们
再次出现
说他不能
出去见人
他们必须
来看他。
他告诉他们
前一天晚上做梦
有一个大的
烤南瓜派

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 7 月 5 日,星期日
【注:手写】方罐上
多少好
他做到了,虽然
而是一个梦想。
他们走后
离开他抱怨
很累
说他也是
他们兴奋的时候
这里。
一天期间
这两周
脱粒机在这里——
&弗兰克坐了起来
在客厅
在他们吃饭的时候

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 7 月 6 日,星期一
【注:笔迹】在厨房。后
他们通过我们
出去吃晚饭
并且被吓了一跳
很痛苦
他出来了。它
似乎
我们不能
heme 看到那张桌子
知道什么是否认
对他来说
抵制进食。我们
掩盖了一些
菜和匆忙
删除了其他人告诉
他我们没有
想诱惑他。
他说那是

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 7 月 7 日,星期二
[注:笔迹] 没关系,但他
想看看如何
又看了一张桌子,
说他不在乎
很多,但
面包。他也是
累得久留
但坚持走路
回到座位上
房间,看着
他的管家
通过并说
好吧,我看到了五个
面包在
在架子上
无论如何,亲爱的兄弟
多么珍贵

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 7 月 8 日,星期三
【注:笔迹】以为他是
现在在这片土地上
“他们不再饥饿
不再渴”
赛勒斯起重机
叫早一个
早晨。弗兰克是
如此雄心勃勃,做到了
不希望赛勒斯
看到他在床上
所以妈妈帮忙
他穿着和
他走进去
客厅。
当赛勒斯离开时

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 7 月 9 日,星期四
[注:笔迹] 他要求弗兰克
下来看看他
&他告诉他他
如果他觉得
足够强大。
12月12日安息日
母亲没有
去教堂很久
时间和在
早上弗兰克打来电话
坐着的我
房间说
“克拉拉,我猜你
&我可以相处
今天让妈妈
去教堂。不能

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 7 月 10 日,星期五
【注:笔迹】我们姐”?我跟他说
我以为我们应该
至少做得好
我们当然会
不守。
我刷了他的
手臂但疼痛
在我心里他们是
太浪费了。他注意到了
它让我
感觉很糟糕并说“从来没有
记住,你太温柔了
没有危险
伤害我”。我梳理了
他的头发和威士忌
然后申请
给他的热法兰绒
他抱怨的胸部

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 7 月 11 日星期六
【注:笔迹】剧痛,
过了一段时间
这让他松了一口气
&他看起来很
舒服的。我读
现在对他来说
纽约观察家 -
“爱任纽信”&
“穆迪和桑基的作品”
一直对他感兴趣。
晚饭后我
读给他听
改变的十字架。
在上一个
几个星期的安息日
之前,父亲问

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 7 月 12 日,星期日
【注:笔迹】他若安息日
有时没有
对他来说似乎很长,总是被拘留
教会。
他回答
“哦,我不知道
他们有,我一直
想一想一整天
赞美诗“有一个
极乐之地”
父亲接着谈到
死亡,山谷如何
并不黑暗
克里斯蒂安和那个
并非总是如此
伴随着
身体上的痛苦。

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 7 月 13 日,星期一
[注:笔迹] 弗兰克曾说过
给妈妈几个
几天前“为什么
坚持生活的时候
我们有更明亮的
回家”他告诉她
他有希望
鉴于死亡
他认识信徒
会得救的。
“我知道在谁
我相信并且
我相信
他能够保持
我所拥有的
委身于他”

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 7 月 14 日,星期二
【注:手写】12月16日-
莎拉回去了
到哥伦布但不是
直到她走了
到克利夫兰看到
索尔斯伯里医生告诉
弗兰克曾经的她
立即
危险,他可能
还好,一切都好
取决于护理等
她走进了
早上和弗兰克看着
越野车
视线,我们试过
转移他的注意力

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 7 月 15 日,星期三
【注:手写】尽量
从她走
我告诉他
她要回家了
当亨利和
海蒂来了
夜不长。
他说“我是
恐怕我永远不会
再次见到莎拉,我
虽然不知道。
当天晚些时候
他说:“哦,但是
我确实讨厌看到她
走开,我喜欢
看看他们”。
仅仅一周

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 7 月 16 日星期四
【注:笔迹】从那天晚上她
返回但仅
寻找“珍贵的尘埃”
我们没能
没想到他会
这么快回家。
晚上
所有人都去祈祷
见面不过妈妈
&I.弗兰克花了
整个晚上
敲打他的肺和
洗我申请
碘,也许是想
那会缓解
他。

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 7 月 17 日星期五
[注:手写]12月1日星期六
(省略)
早晨
爱德华打倒
他的黑板地图
耶路撒冷的他
为他画了
安息日学 + 显示
它指向弗兰克,指着
走出不同的地方
他已经勾勒出来了。
弗兰克非常
对它很感兴趣
全部。下午
爱德华从
小镇春底

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 7 月 18 日星期六
[注:笔迹] 弗兰克的床。它
太大了,我们
以为我们会躺着
直到星期一
但是所有的一切都已经过去了
睡觉,但“我们女孩”
我们认为也许
我们还可以解决它
所以我们三个举起
他,床垫和所有
到地板上。我们曾经
怕惊动他
但他似乎
享受诉讼
说很好
对他来说,但又害怕
对我们来说不太好。
我和我把它拿出来了

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 7 月 19 日,星期日
[注:手写] 到谷仓并删除
一排弹簧
当玛丽和
倒下的弗兰克
在我们短暂的睡眠中
缺席。我们觉得
超过奖励
看到我们的痛苦
它带来的快乐
他,远不止于此
各方面都很舒服
对他来说比以前。

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 7 月 20 日,星期一
[注:手写]12月18日星期六
弗兰克似乎在
精神异常好
下午,打电话给
对于“医生”,因为他有时
打电话+想知道
如果我不开处方
为了他,让我
数他的脉搏,发现
它没有运行
和往常一样快,
当我们中的任何人
过了门杜
下午打电话给他
会看出来
说“给我一个盘子

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 7 月 21 日,星期二
【注:笔迹】豆子,请随便
一盘豆子”——
他一直让我们笑
很大一部分
下午,多好
我们没有
知道这是
最后一个明显的
免于疲倦
&他应该痛
知道他的最终释放
我们回顾过去
星期六作为最后一天
他看起来像
弗兰克,所以休息和
愉快。我们有一个
排练

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 7 月 24 日,星期五
[注:手写] 准备音乐
安息日学
音乐会举行
次日12月26日
圣诞节。玛丽有
计划留下来
弗兰克在晚上
音乐会的
妈妈可以走了。有
任何人告诉我们
那天晚上,弗兰克
会睡在
他的坟墓,在我们之外
爱与关怀,我们会
几乎一样
惊讶地想到
它是任何其他的
的家庭。我们觉得

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 7 月 25 日星期六
[注:笔迹] 对不起离开他
但认为他
可能会睡觉
我们不在的时候,我
进去安排
他的药只是
在离开之前和他
说“哦,你们都是
走开”。我告诉
他在那之后
音乐会结束了
应该叫我们离开,但是
因为我必须为
爱德华似乎
虽然我不得不去,所以
吻了他晚安
像往常一样告诉他

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 7 月 26 日,星期日
[注:铅笔] 承诺的照片
乔斯·钱伯斯
艾拉怀特塞德
[注:手写]
我们应该想要
发现他睡着了
当我们回来的时候。我们
来了又来了
从后面进入
门所以他没有
完全醒来。一
在他有的前一晚
昏昏欲睡
在晚上和
然后一直到中
晚上,妈妈走了

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 7 月 27 日,星期一
【注:笔迹】十点左右床
并且忘记了
弗兰克还没准备好
晚上。他做到了
不醒来直到之后
12 然后当我
进去告诉他
他想的那一刻
我一定很开心,
说他只是
睡了一会儿
但是当我有
说服他
真的过去了
半夜他笑了
& 几乎没有
值得“上床”

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 7 月 28 日,星期二
[注:笔迹] 如果来晚了。
12 月 19 日安息日。
不安和不舒服
几乎一整天。母亲
&玛丽离开
教会。齐格勒夫人
向我询问
弗兰克和我告诉她
索尔斯伯里医生有什么
周三说,
没有立即
危险和他可能
还要更好。我
告诉她我们觉得
现在好像他会
肯定活到亨利
& 海蒂来了,她

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 7 月 29 日,星期三
[注:手写]回复“哦,我是这样的
为你高兴,我愿意
希望他可以”。
我们来的时候
回家我们发现他
穿着打扮
很舒服,我
进去告诉
主日学的他和
节日的
教会要去
坚持到晚上
22 日和
我们没有
至少赞同。
他说:“好吧,如果
先生——不一样

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 7 月 30 日星期四
[注:手写] 不会有
这么麻烦
这些东西。局外人
称它为“长老会”
化装舞会”,但他叫
它的“翻档”一个

场合。他睡了
下午
并且没有吃
晚餐到很晚,
有一段时间他
期间吃过一次
夜晚,但
医生坚决禁止
他这样做的时间更长&
还说他
不能有牡蛎

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 3 月 31 日,星期五
[注:笔迹] 弗兰克说“看起来
几乎就像我们的
方法是最好的
当我在里面吃饭时
我有更多的夜晚
我咳嗽的力量
早上的咒语
但我想
他一定知道为什么
它不会做”。
他进来了
客厅但是
只为几个月
评论说,房间
太热了。星期五
下午他穿衣服
自己走

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 8 月 1 日星期六
[注:手写]小心出
但他随后抱怨
的热量虽然
的温度
房间必须有
一直很低。
他说他是
所以很累,没有
知道他应该做什么
做,妈妈和我做了
床和之后
而他似乎休息了。

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 8 月 2 日,星期日
[注:手写] 12月20日星期一
弗兰克无法
整天穿着&
没有筹集那么多
照常。他曾告诉
妈妈,如果他停下来
抚养他无法生活,
他的主要麻烦似乎
在他的喉咙里。
父亲告诉我
他认为的那个早晨
弗兰克非常失败
快,似乎
虽然他活不下去
更久,更长。在里面
晚上阿曼达沃利克
马特巴顿打电话给

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 8 月 3 日,星期一
[注:笔迹]我一直下来
莎拉找到了他们
我回来的时候在这里。
Em叫我出去&
我走进卧室
并发现弗兰克
遭受了非常严重的痛苦
他汗流浃背
下雨无法得到
他的气息。我们扇了扇子
他,给他威士忌
和水,但它是
在他之前一段时间
完全松了一口气。他
说了好几遍哦
我受不了这个,
我们曾希望

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 8 月 4 日,星期二
【注:笔迹】他会逃避这个
呼吸困难作为
他没有受到困扰
在所有之前。母亲
说我们之前
进来他好像
动摇一切
曾经以为他
窒息而死。
父亲进来了
并揉了揉他的脚,
循环返回
过了一会儿,他
感觉更容易,但在那里
是一种奇怪的嘎嘎声
在他的喉咙里
之后再也没有离开过他。

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 8 月 5 日,星期三
[注:手写] 玛丽和我坐了起来
他和他咳嗽
早上不停地
从三点开始但是
无法提高。他是
非常疲惫
早上但是
后来睡了一些。
玛丽去了城里
牛肉,停在
肖夫人的一些
洋葱。 Em 修复了它们
在他的胸前希望
停止嘎嘎声。坦率
说他宁愿
吃它们,它们看起来
太好了,他是
[注:10号已盖章]
总是那么喜欢他们

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 8 月 6 日,星期四
【注:手写】我切牛肉玛丽
从小就长大
碎片,我有的东西
以前从未做过,并且
说“为什么我相信这里
一个整体就够了
周”,然后
我的脑海里闪过一个念头
也许他永远不需要它,
晚上他
看起来很不舒服
焦躁不安,他叫我
从客厅和
伸出手
说“你为什么认为
我睡不着?”
动议展示了如何
他很不安

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 8 月 7 日,星期五
【注:笔迹】但过了一段时间他
似乎很安静,我去了
上楼梯几个
回顾的时刻,
和爱德华,一些音乐
音乐会,但
Em上来说
他想要我。
我站在头
床的长
时间试图抚慰
让他安静,但只是
部分成功。
11点玛丽
取代了我的位置
我去睡觉了,可以
我知道
这是他的最后一次

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 8 月 8 日,星期六
【注:手写】人间夜

应该幸免
记得我
在他开始的时候睡着了
他与死亡的斗争,
12月22日星期三
Mary & Em 倒下了
楼梯第一部分
晚上和大约
3点玛丽来了
起来并打电话给妈妈和我,
说弗兰克是
更糟糕的是,我们下来了
发现他受苦
很划算,但之后
有一段时间他似乎更

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 8 月 9 日,星期日
[注:笔迹] 舒服,我们
所有人都认为他会
可能睡剩下的
五月之夜
&我上了楼梯。
当我们下来
早上和
发现他有
我们觉得没睡
非常糟糕地认为
我们应该有
离开他。
当我走进
我说他的房间
“好吧,弗兰克的日子
现在将开始
延长,我们
不应该有

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 8 月 10 日,星期一
【注:笔迹】何夜何
不希望我提高
窗帘一样多
平时,说他没有
知道为什么,但是光
似乎伤了他的眼睛。
他咳​​嗽,但
根本没涨,
不能采取任何
早餐到很晚
然后只有一点。
这是第一个
他送走的时间
他的早餐没吃完。
后来他看了
非常不自然&似乎
像他一样受苦

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 8 月 11 日,星期二
[注:手写] 夜间完成
他不能
完全被感动
疼痛。我们都留下了
和他在一起直到几乎
中午揉他和
我们做的很少
可能会减轻他的负担
疼痛。爱德华去了
为比格姆医生倒下
但发现他有
留在火车上&
直到
晚上。父亲去了
晚餐后下城
并看到了莎拉·莱策尔
在大街上,她

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 8 月 12 日,星期三
【注:手写】给了他一些药
这对她有帮助
当不安和思考时
也许它会做
他很好。当父亲
回家他说
“好吧,你还没有成功
放弃把你的
男孩还没睡”弗兰克
持续的药物
但这让他很苦恼
我们都认为他
最好别拿,
他似乎害怕
他可能一个人呆着
瞬间和
说“你不会

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 8 月 13 日星期四
【注:笔迹】放我走吧”——
父亲在旁边坐下
床和重复
给他一些诗句
从牧师,然后
问弗兰克是否
想听我说
唱歌但他疲倦
摇摇头,好像
几乎筋疲力尽
说话。我坐在旁边
他牵着他的手
大约三个小时
我想,有人
每次都会进来
片刻,一旦他
要求喝酒和

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 8 月 14 日,星期五
【注:笔迹】当我起身得到
它,他说“哦,不要
你走,等到
有人进来”。
大约半个
下午的一个小时
他看起来很轻松,但
无法入睡。他会
闭上眼睛
片刻然后打开
他们快速地看
首先在他的书柜,然后
平板电脑,然后是十字架
& 然后在组
面在墙上,然后
在我身上,他做到了
一次又一次

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 8 月 15 日星期六
[注:手写]我希望我问过
他的想法,但
我怕累
他。我记得我
想着有多难
有时会
收起他的衣服
和书,但思想
那个“海蒂”将是
和我们一起帮助我们。
我们给了他牛肉茶
几次,他
要了苏打水,一个
他用过的饮料
好的折扣。他说
期间多次
那天他什么

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 8 月 16 日,星期日
[注:笔迹] 举得非常
与平时不同,
问我有没有
注意到了,我
把我的耳朵贴在他的
胸部并试图
找到嘎嘎作响的地方
是并且认为它
似乎在他的
喉。后来在
下午他抱怨
他的剧烈疼痛
肠子,祝我们
按下我们的手
松了口气的地方
有点痛。
下午

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 8 月 17 日,星期一
[注:手写] 妈妈写信给
S 医生 我上楼梯
在她写作的时候
我说“妈妈
你不会写信给
他再次,直到
弗兰克走后”
但我想到了
他的生活当然
再长几天。什么时候
我回去了弗兰克
问是否旅行
很糟糕 我说“你
想见医生
豆子不会吗?
告诉他我们
可以去找他。

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 8 月 18 日,星期二
[注:手写] 然而我们决定
最好是
电报让他来
在晚上的电车上下来。
刚服用后
他的 2 小时药丸
下午他告诉
玛丽他必须
改变治疗
说 Salsbury 医生的
药太
为他强大。他成为了
六点左右非常不安
点钟,可以开
没有帐户被移动。
母亲试图修复他的
睡一会,他

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 8 月 19 日,星期三
[注:手写]说“哦,如果你是
像我一样受苦
不想成为
感动了。”一整天,他
奇怪地看着,血管
在他的额头上有
压制和绘制
带着痛苦和他的
眼神带着狂野的表情
我们从未有过的
以前见过,他还是
完全理性且从不
一会儿我们
有理由
相信,怀疑他的
条件。他害怕
炎感觉

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 8 月 20 日,星期四
【注:笔迹】很着急,想
我知道,他可能
没住不过几个
天长了,但我
知道他没想到
他当时要去,
玛丽告诉他如何
我们愿意承受
他痛苦的一部分&
我告诉他这个
诗已经在我的
整天想着“为了我们的
轻微的痛苦是
但片刻起效
对我们来说远远超过
荷兰国际集团和永恒的重量
荣耀”,妈妈来了

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 8 月 21 日,星期五
[注:笔迹]中和他的感受
脚说“为什么弗兰克
你的脚很冷而且
问他有没有
没注意,她
问他她是否
不应该加热
炉子,但他说
他担心会
把床弄热。
他一直在出汗
大约一个小时
大量地,我带来了一个
干净的手帕和
擦了擦额头
有时他会采取
它自己。他看了

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 8 月 22 日星期六
[注:手写] 向上并说“为什么?
你认为使
我汗流浃背”,我回答
“也许是痛苦”&
他说我认为
是原因。那么对于
一瞬间想到
来到我身边“如果
这是冷汗
在死亡之前。我
也注意到他的
手很冷但是
他看起来很强壮
说话这么自然
我想的方式
不可能。
没有什么。那一天似乎
像我一样难过

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 8 月 23 日,星期日
【注:手写】妈妈好辛苦
温暖那些亲爱的
冷脚从中
生命已经离去。
爱德华去了
6点钟的火车,但是
比恩医生没有来
可能是
出城的时候
电报已发出
我们听了
火车 & 当他听到
弗兰克说:“哦,我
会很失望
如果比恩医生不
来”并补充说,它
好像
可能会做某事

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 8 月 24 日,星期一
[注:笔迹] Ewd 归来后
我乘坐的火车
& 告诉弗兰克
B医生没来,但
比格姆医生会
如果爱德华去,直接来
回来找他。他有
太依赖了
比恩医生来了,
很难
让他失望。
我和我出去了
进入院子和
聆听他们的到来
(爱德华和比格姆医生)但是
似乎很长。

[注:有几页似乎被撕掉了]

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 8 月 29 日,星期六
【注:笔迹】B医生来的时候我们
带他进了客厅
给他看了几张
索尔斯伯里医生的信。
弗兰克问他为什么
没有进来并且
他说他会在
片刻。当他
进来他说
“我很遗憾看到
你受了那么多苦
弗兰克。”弗兰克告诉
曾经的他
整天受苦。这
医生检查了他的
肠子说

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 8 月 30 日,星期日
[注:笔迹]他找到了
难点所在
存在并给了他
一剂药,
然后打电话给Em he
走进客厅
并说“诺伊斯小姐
你知道吗
你哥哥有肿瘤”
她问他是否
什么都可以做
他没有回答
他坚持不了多久。
他说他会
留下来看看效果
药,来了
回到卧室

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 8 月 31 日,星期一
[注:手写]并问弗兰克是否
这让他很苦恼,告诉他
他什么药
是,弗兰克说他
不知道它
做了 & 医生说
他会给他一个
全剂量——弗兰克
试图接受它,但
说“我无法吞咽
我无法呼吸”
我当时在
床头
在另一个时刻
比格姆医生说:“弗兰克
我觉得你很
迅速逝去”

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 9 月,星期二 1
【注:笔迹】来得太突然,
如此出人意料,可以
是他会
再也不说话了。
我说弗兰克你
只是回家,
我们都会过去的
& 之后你会
认识汉娜”
玛丽抽泣着 &
我说“也许等一下
他仍然可以听到我们的声音”但是
医生说:“他不信——
scious-几乎消失了”-
哦,一看,
多一个字——但没有
这辈子再也不来了,

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 9 月 2 日,星期三
[注:手写]我们谁都不会
忘记最后一幕
好像
我们几乎可以观看
被赎的灵魂
飞行并加入
我们所爱的人
欣喜若狂的问候
等待着他
另一方面。
——比格姆医生接受了
我的“变十字架”来自
局并把它
然后在弗兰克的下巴下
说他会
下去发送
一些人,和

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 9 月 3 日,星期四
[注:手写]让我们独自一人
死的。爱德华写道
给莎拉的电报和
他派来的。
似乎不过是一个
几分钟前
斯托克斯先生和约翰高
出现了,只有那些
我们会选择的。
一切都完成了
由基督徒之手
在最温柔的
深情的方式
弗兰克被爱
商场。他们之后
已经把他摆出来了,他们
把他带进

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 9 月 4 日,星期五
【注:笔迹】客厅。我们永远
首先记住
夜晚。一切都不是
可悲的是我们只能
为我们欢欣鼓舞
非常爱现在进入
进入休息。他看了
如此和平,如此休息了。
经过长时间的疲惫
充满苦难的一天
和苦恼,他有
“睡着了”。
“他让他所爱的人安睡
最亲爱的朋友永远无法得到这种恩惠
却摸着下垂的眼皮
和平静的特征成长。”

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 9 月 5 日,星期六
[注:笔迹] 齐格勒夫人,马特
巴顿和麦克卢尔夫人
上来观看
和我们一起,这样的改变
从逝去的夜晚
以前,现在是我们的受害者
休息,我们
只剩下悲伤。
太难了
让夜晚穿上
并认为我们
不需要
他。本来就是这样
关心的甜蜜快乐
为了他。老爸老妈
爱德华上床睡觉,
到早上
Em & Mary 去了

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 9 月 6 日,星期日
[注:笔迹] 上楼但只
一小会儿。
星期四 23 日。
早上先生
麦克劳克林来了
起来放冰块
如我们所愿
他埋在
安息日。艾略特先生
& Caughey 先生打来电话。
多西夫人和阿曼达
瓦莱克度过了一个上午。
我们找了
莎拉整天但是
她没有来
直到晚上。它是

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 9 月 7 日,星期一
[注:笔迹] 好心疼她,她
只留下了他
一周前。
没有人与
我们星期四晚上
我们希望
没有人。我们都觉得
好像我们希望
照顾他到很
最后的。
周五下雨了
一整天。爱德华莎拉 &
我倒在了
下午又选了一个
棺材,发现了一个
我们觉得肯定会
适合他。

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 9 月 8 日,星期二
【注:手写】我们花了第一部分
在夜晚的
客厅。有一个
给他做小针线活
我们每个人都投入
缝了几针。爱德华
在钢琴上演奏
“义人何其有福
当他死时”,我们有
晚上唱的
与父亲。我们谈过
我们亲爱的兄弟“只有
和以前一样”我们可以
不去想也不说
他死了。

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 9 月 9 日,星期三
[注:手写] 星期六早上是
最可悲的。
那是圣诞节,但
我们几乎没有
想法。改变
发生在他的
功能,我们如此
很担心他会
看起来不再自然,
我下去了
多尔西夫人,但她
来不及
马特巴顿来了
之后阿曼达·沃莱克
我们上去了
为露丝·奈。斯托克斯先生
早上打电话

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 9 月 10 日,星期四
【注:手写】看一下音乐
因为他们想练习
晚上。
晚上
比格姆医生、山毛榉和
普拉特山毛榉上来
做了检查。
当他们
通过比格姆医生来了
出来给我们
结果。他们发现
那急性炎症
发生在
他的几个小时
死亡,但说
什么都不能
避免它,它只是

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 9 月 11 日,星期五
【注:笔迹】他活着的奇迹
太长。他们都说
他必须有
可能遭受更多
比我们想象的要好。
吉尔伯特表哥来了
在晚上的火车上,
我们没有看
对他来说,是如此
很高兴他来了。他
带来了美丽的
花环
莎拉最好的朋友有
送她参加葬礼。
7先生 威尔太太
汉舍出现了
和贾斯,但夫人

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 9 月 12 日,星期六
[注:手写] Jas。哈舍尔和乔西
直到没有来
安息日早晨。
马特巴顿和
阿曼达·沃莱克提供
晚上坐起来,但
我们感谢他们并
告诉他们我们会
宁愿关心他我们的——
自己,所以他们上床睡觉。
就在昨晚,
我们害怕的改变
没有发生
但他看起来很
自然,好难
认为我们必须
把他放在坟墓里

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 9 月 13 日,星期日
[注:铅笔,与主要叙述者不同的笔迹] 老菲洛厅 老菲洛厅
再一次在这些围墙内岛
和亲爱的熟悉的朋友见面
就像我们在过去的日子里见过的一样。
我闭上眼睛徒劳地努力
逆流而上,力挽狂澜
过去的回忆涌动着十四行诗
有的笑容满面,有的泪流满面
但一切都变了,奇怪的是新的
这些记忆深刻的墙壁出现了
然而,这是我们自己所爱的 Philo Hall
我们在这里感觉不到陌生人

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 9 月 14 日星期一
[注:铅笔,与主要叙述者不同的笔迹] 然而并不是所有的都改变了啊没有心
由感情魔链连接
在友谊电话会议上聚集在这里
在这些围墙内再次相遇
这些都是一样的 爱的变化不是
时光飞逝 亦不黯淡
已经过去但更深的岁月
今晚没有人心的喜悦
然而在家里+在这个地方
悲伤的回忆会围绕着我升起
当我在这里问候亲人时
岁月因缺席而黯淡我的双眼

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 9 月 15 日,星期二
[注:铅笔,主要叙述者的笔迹不同]对于一些我们想念已故的人
不再踏上人生之路
比我们毕生的工作还早完成
他们越早到达闪亮的海岸
和其他远方的亲人
在远方侍奉师父
考虑购买他们现在遇到我们
精神上加入我们破碎的乐队
亲人回来+在这里见我们
不要让你缺席
e 投降
在这个家给友谊
今晚不要在这里失踪

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 9 月 16 日,星期三
[注:铅笔,与主要叙述者不同的笔迹]但不,我们不会叫你来
即使我们的心为你的缺席哀悼
责任一直是你的指路明灯
我们不想说回报
亲爱的朋友们现在被切断了
在地球上,我们再也不会相遇
哦,愿我们都能到达天堂最幸福的彼岸
那重聚就完成了
1866 年 9 月 14 日
菲洛大厅

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 9 月 17 日,星期四
【注:手写】安息日早晨——
相当多的
朋友来了
这里的服务。
斯托克斯先生和库德先生
来得很
早早穿好
亲爱的
他最后的睡眠。
他被安置后
在我们聚集的棺材里
围绕爱德华和
姐妹们,看着
许久许愿
永远记得
他的样子。汉娜的
我们有的订婚戒指

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 9 月 18 日,星期五
【注:手写】放在手指上
我们喜欢想
他们在一起。
玛丽克兰进来了
站在我们身边
我们想到了
我们亲爱的另一个
谁早已离开
家和谁
埋在很远的地方。
我们渴望我们的
缺席的人想知道
他们在做什么。
本来是
对他们来说这样的特权
和我们在一起
然后当我们铺设

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 9 月 19 日星期六
[注:笔迹] 亲爱的弗兰克要休息了。
服务于
房子结束了
我们去了教堂
并发现它充满了。
莎拉将
美丽的花环
棺材上的鲜花。
前两首赞美诗
是我们自己选择的。
第一个“多么幸福
义人死时
被唱过
汉娜的葬礼和
第二个“有一个
极乐之地”
弗兰克的特别之一

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 9 月 20 日,星期日
【注:笔迹】收藏。艾略特先生
从宣讲
话“最后的敌人
将被销毁
是死神。”他说
几乎不知道如何
解决这些哀悼者
其中有
经常指出的人
其他人的来源
所有的舒适和他们
所有人都知道该去哪里
为需要的恩典。
他谈到亲爱的
弗兰克,他是怎么做到的
只会更高,
加入了上面的教会

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 9 月 21 日,星期一
[注:手写] 我们都希望的地方
跟随,说
虽然他很安静
众所周知并且
深受大家喜爱,
多年来他的脆弱
面色苍白
尚未出现
总是在家
上帝的。我们曾经
失望
莫菲特先生可以
不在场,他
之后做一个
[难以辨认] 暗示
他与弗兰克的访问
从他自己的讲坛上。

[注:撕掉几页]

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 9 月 24 日,星期四
[注:手写] 讲道期间
美丽的阳光照耀着
棺材,这样一个合适的标志
灿烂的阳光
他的赎金进入其中
精神已经进入。
合唱团似乎
用情歌唱
最后的赞美诗是
他们自己的选择之一
“去你的安息吧”
而且很甜
在我们所有人看来。作为
应我们的要求,他们
唱“睡在耶稣里”它
很难,很难
看看我们亲爱的形式
如此温柔的照顾和

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 9 月 25 日,星期五
[注:笔迹] 小心遮挡
因此,每一次粗鲁的爆炸
寒冷沉闷的地方
坟墓,但我们的思想
超越了城市
有基础的”
被赎的人在哪里
从每一个安全地屏蔽
痛苦的形式,被释放
从每一个悲伤中,那里
这里不是家
我们心爱的弗兰克。

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 9 月 26 日,星期六
【注:笔迹】“不再在人生的波涛中折腾
你所有的悲伤风暴都逃走了,
死神找到了一个安静的枕头
为忠实的基督徒头。
安宁沉睡,守护
在他可爱的床上,”
- - - -
“哦,愿我们重逢
带着正义的精神
离开所有的罪恶已经枯萎
腐败在尘埃中。
听我们说耶稣,你是我们的
主我们的生命,我们的信任。”

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 9 月 27 日,星期日

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 9 月 28 日,星期一

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 9 月 29 日,星期二
[注:铅笔] 产生的费用
绑腿 $[--3.25--]
褪色平纹细布 13 码 = 4.87
德莱恩 12 = 4.00
钻孔 1 .30
按钮 1 1/3 doz = .54
拖动编织 = .10
印花布 10 码 = 2.20
羊毛德莱恩 .30
紧身胸衣 2.00
箍裙 1.75
软管 .65
德莱恩 12 1/2 4.33
女士布 2 1/2 5.50
2 4.00
《连衣裙》2.60
漂白平纹细布 1.80
剑桥 5.50
---
55.70

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 9 月 30 日,星期三
[注:铅笔] T B Dowds
J哈姆舍
"
"
"
"
"
"
"
"
"
"
"
"
J·K·考伊
"

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 10 月 1 日,星期四
[注:铅笔] J Hamsher Cr。
皇后布连衣裙 -
女士布质大衣
德莱恩连衣裙——
" " "
紧身胸衣
印花布
漂白平纹细布
箍裙
女士布
软管
印花连衣裙

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 10 月 2 日,星期五
[注:铅笔] $14.00
5.50
4.50
4.00
2.00
2.20
5.00
1.75
4.00
1.00-
2.00

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 10 月 3 日,星期六
[注:铅笔] J K Caughey Cr
寒武纪-
漂白平纹细布
夏季德莱恩

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 10 月 4 日,星期日
[注:铅笔] $5.50
1.80
3.00-

[笔记:印刷中]
1863 年 10 月 5 日,星期一

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 10 月 6 日,星期二

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 10 月 7 日,星期三

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 10 月 8 日,星期四

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 10 月 9 日,星期五

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 10 月 10 日星期六

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 10 月 11 日,星期日

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 10 月 12 日,星期一

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 10 月 11 日,星期二

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 10 月 14 日,星期三

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 10 月 15 日,星期四

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 10 月 16 日,星期五

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 10 月 17 日星期六
[注:铅笔] 树干,9.00 美元
挎包" 2.00
手套“2.00
布" 3.25
- - - - -
8 月 28 日= 16.25

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 10 月 18 日,星期日
[注:铅笔] Wooster 16.25
披风 9.00
萨比诺 12.75
- - -
$ 38.00

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 10 月 19 日,星期一
[注:铅笔] 1866 年 2 月 1 日
3 1/4防水,7.25
9 码印花布,2.25
2" 钻孔 .80
1 条捆绑编织 0.10
10 码细布 4.50
---
14.90

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 10 月 20 日,星期二

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 10 月 21 日,星期三
[注:铅笔] 支付金额 [?H Herr?]
相框+图片医学
照片
镀金镜框
刷子+油漆
准备
图片塞维利亚
玻璃
油漆
朱红
图片伍斯特

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 10 月 22 日,星期四
[注:铅笔]
20.00 美元
2.05
3.00
4.[?4?]5
4.84
1.25
1.25
2.30
.80
.60
.50

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 10 月 23 日,星期五

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 10 月 24 日星期六

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 10 月 25 日,星期日
[注:铅笔] 没有付钱 [?H Herr.?]
历时尼亚加拉瀑布 +
椭圆形框架
照片。
Niagara 镀金框架
“ “ 家

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 10 月 26 日,星期一
[注:铅笔] $20.00
收割者 + 里昂将军 .65
1.50
3.00
1.50

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 10 月 27 日,星期二
[注:铅笔] Amt 已支付 [?H Herr?]
历时尼亚加拉大瀑布
玻璃 ” ”
框架 ” ”
Lith 战争之家
玻璃 ” ” ” ”
框架 ” ” ” ”
收割者,石 + 框架
林肯 lith 玻璃 + 框架
里昂丽丝 + 玻璃
照片+玻璃
椭圆形框架
在安德鲁斯画画
” “伍斯特
” “克利夫兰
白漆+油
准备工作

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 10 月 28 日,星期三
[注:铅笔] $20.00
.25
.75
1.50
.75
1.00
1.60
1.00
1.60
.30
3.25
1.50
4.84
.80
.60
.25
1.25

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 10 月 29 日,星期四
[注:用铅笔] [?Bot?] 一打
” “艾米丽的
眼镜 3 --
清漆+松节油
刷子

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 10 月 30 日,星期五
[注:铅笔] $ 1.00
1.15
.75
.33
.25

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 10 月 31 日星期六
[注:铅笔]不是由
罗洛·考伊
查理法夫
米特纳+玛丽
蒂米斯特朗
科迪莉亚权力

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 11 月 1 日,星期日
[注:用铅笔] 教学。
5.00 美元
5.00
罗素 5.00
5.00
5.00

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 11 月 2 日,星期一

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 11 月 3 日,星期二

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 11 月 4 日,星期三

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 11 月 5 日,星期四

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 11 月 6 日,星期五

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 11 月 7 日星期六

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 11 月 8 日,星期日

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 11 月 9 日,星期一

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 11 月 10 日,星期二

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 11 月 11 日,星期三

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 11 月 12 日,星期四

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 11 月 13 日,星期五

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 11 月 14 日星期六

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 11 月 15 日,星期日

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 11 月 16 日,星期一

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 11 月 17 日,星期二

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 11 月 18 日,星期三

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 11 月 19 日,星期四

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 11 月 20 日,星期五

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 11 月 21 日星期六

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 11 月 22 日,星期日
[注:铅笔] Alfred B Evans
警察?]。第十区
[?PR C?]
华盛顿
城市 [?D C?]
R [?Z?] 牛顿
钴C
第 57 届
光伏

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 11 月 22 日,星期一

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 11 月 24 日,星期二
[注:铅笔] Laura Palmer 夫人
阿普尔顿
Outagamie C
威斯康星州
玛格丽特肯尼迪夫人
格林菲尔德
派克跑
华盛顿公司

玛丽·D·肯特夫人
大急流
马科斯塔县
密歇根州

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 11 月 25 日,星期三
[注:铅笔] David Repplogel
Co H 61 Regt PVV

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 11 月 26 日,星期四

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 11 月 27 日,星期五

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 11 月 28 日星期六

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 11 月 29 日,星期日

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 11 月 30 日,星期一
[注:铅笔] 向我们的国家捍卫者致敬
忠诚勇敢+真实
每一面叛国旗帜投降
向你鞠躬
然后来自我们国家的捍卫者
让呼喊声在远方回响
愿他们依然是民族的骄傲
我们国家的恐惧[无法辨认]
今天漂浮在我们上方[无法辨认]
胜利者的大餐等着你
很高兴我们付出的贡品

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 12 月 1 日,星期二
[注:铅笔] 所有的幽默都献给被爱的心
还有为视力而战的双手
与旧时代的爱国者一样,你们数不胜数
你的名声和他们一样不朽
为沉睡的人流泪
在他们生命结束的球场上,我们返回
伴随着[难以辨认]的欢呼声
混杂着死者的泪水

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 12 月 2 日,星期三

[注:[注:印刷中] 1863 年 12 月 3 日,星期四
[注:左下角印有数字 15]

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 12 月 4 日,星期五
[注:铅笔] S.夫人 Cowgill
约克


[注:印刷中] 1863 年 12 月 5 日,星期六
[注:铅笔]我们同样欢迎归来的勇敢者
因为我们为悲伤中的缺席而哀悼

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 12 月 6 日,星期日

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 12 月 7 日,星期一

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 12 月 8 日,星期二

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 12 月 9 日,星期三

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 12 月 10 日,星期四

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 12 月 11 日,星期五

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 12 月 12 日星期六

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 12 月 13 日,星期日

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 12 月 14 日,星期一
[注:14旁边的小铅笔画,可能是数字16]

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 12 月 15 日,星期二

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 12 月 16 日,星期三

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 12 月 17 日,星期四

[注:印刷中] ec。 1863 年 18 月 18 日星期五

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 12 月 19 日星期六

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 12 月 20 日,星期日

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 12 月 21 日,星期一

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 12 月 22 日,星期二

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 12 月 23 日,星期三

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 12 月 24 日,星期四
[注:铅笔] RH Curran
Cor Navt Main + [无法辨认]
罗切斯特
纽约。
R.H柯伦。

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 12 月 25 日,星期五

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 12 月 26 日,星期六

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 12 月 27 日,星期日

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 12 月 28 日,星期一

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 12 月 29 日,星期二

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 12 月 30 日,星期三

[注:印刷中] 1863 年 12 月 31 日,星期四

[注:印刷中] 备忘录。
[注:铅笔] 欠照片
D菲利普斯
辛德曼夫人
“金斯利
"里维斯
马哈珀
格林先生
"李
维滕迈耶夫人
乔斯·贝拉

[注:印刷中] 备忘录。
[注:用铅笔] 写的字母
马哈珀 7 月 7 日
E·M·里维斯" 12
PP 金斯利 14.
维滕迈耶 18
BB李 27
查理林格拉斯 27
维滕迈耶 31
玛吉哈珀 8 月 7 日
E M 里维斯" 7
玛蒂·诺伊斯“10
J W 麦金太尔" 22
EM里维斯" 25

[注:印刷中] 备忘录。
[注:铅笔] 5 月 2 日吉尔福德卫队离开 [?P?]
" 3d 在哈德逊

[注:印刷中] 备忘录。
[注:铅笔] 5 月 8 日里士满
5月17日野餐

[注:印刷中] 备忘录。

[注:印刷中] 备忘录。

[注:印刷中] 备忘录。
[注:铅笔]约翰贝克
[?Bott?] [?VRC?] 的 [?85 Reg?]
约翰 [无法辨认]
85 CO VRC

[注:封底内侧]
[注:铅笔横着]
海蒂·诺伊斯
塞维利亚

【注:棕色封底,有纹理】

[注:剪纸]
[注:印刷中] 1863 年 27 月 27 日星期四
3 盎司
1/2 盎司
1 [无法辨认]
1/2 顾忌
2德拉克马
1英镑
1/2品脱
1夸脱。

[注:剪纸]
[注:印刷中] 八月。星期五 28,

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Diary

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Noyes, Harriet Newell and Noyes, Clara F., “Diary, 1863,” Letters from Harriet Noyes: Missionaries and Women's Education in Nineteenth Century China, accessed January 31, 2023, https://noyesletters.org/items/show/1070.

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