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Text for Page 044 [12-10-1851]

              I would I could dream of the face which in boy-time
I loved so dearly, and which, at odd, lonely times haunts
me still.     [words crossed out]
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[words crossed out]  I know its a folly; 
yet it will, at certain times rise up,   and I think
  Such it Might have been, but is not
          There � a quite enow for the night. [words crossed out]
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  11.  Thursday.   Doing a drawing on wood for as-
trological Book, having completed it, and others, down
town, [words crossed out].  Traveler, Reveille Office, &c.
Afternoon either working at Franklin Street, or down
town.  Unceasingly occupied.
  12. Friday.  Drawing and at the Office late morr-               
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