pg 119Monday. 13. teenth. June 1842.

An uncertain day, of sun, and shade.

I felt very anxious to go up to Chelsea, and dressed Julie, to go with me. We stopped at Mrs Bloodgoods, also at “Harmons. I purchased two yds ribbon for Sis, two combs. 25. cts. Catharine was better, we sat two hours, and then returned home. I took her the last magazine, and brought home “Mellville’s Bible Thoughts,” belonging to us. Was shocked to hear of the death of Mrs Schoolcraft; she ruptured a blood vessel; her husband had left her for Europe. Met Miss Babcock, at mothers. An old friend kept her appointment this morning.