068_Page 66Sunday. 27. th. June. 1841. Misty air, warm, and showery. Cool at intervals. Mr H. arose at five, and prepared to go up the river in pursuit of a place to board us the summer months. Mr Lockwood and himself, were both disappointed as the steamboat did not stop at the old prison wharf. Garret went to Church alone I took some Seidbts In the afternoon, Dr Vermilyea gave us a beautiful ser…

mon. on the “afflictions of gods people”. I admire him very much and should like him as a pastor; he is a fine looking man, more intellectual than usual in his countenance. The children, still cough but are getting better by degrees.

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