The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 66, July 1962 - April, 1963 Page: 544
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Southwestern Historical Quarterly
I got My head Upon My Saddle and I was as independent as enny
boddy and was Unaccountable rich With tobaco Spitt
Now I will go back to page 63 and bring a Short Scetch on Names
of Places and the dates for the Want of room2
[June] 19 We got in Gonzales bout Middle after Noon put up at a
tarvern Cept by a Man Name Goss
2o Preach Friday 8& Saturday in the Cort House
22 Sunday went down the gaudloop 16 M to Brother Wilson
to fulfil an Appont at 3 O clock Detured by rane
Preached in the Evening at Willson
Mon. 23 We went to Clinton distance 15 or 2o Miles found No
letters Sent on to the Vally Stopted with Blare All
Tues 24 We returned I was Sick we Stopt with Mr. Miller
Late in the Evining for want of hospitally before
Wed 25 Went to Willsons 3/4 Mile I Was Sick Osler preached
at the Scoolhouse to fullfill an apointment
Thur 26 Sick at Willsons
Frid 27 Sick at Willsons
Sat 28 Sick at Willsons
Sun 29 Sick at Willsons Ostler preach at the Scoolhouse
30 Mon Sick at Willsons
1st Tus Ostler Had looked Out a Nuther place for Me We road
Over to Dolphen Lindsey s 6 Miles
3 Sick Verry Sick
Sun 6 Ostler preached at Gonzales Mobbed
7 Ostler returned
9 Better Lindsey and his wife bapaized together with Some
More She was 18 Years Old
Now from the 9 to the 19 it was a little portion of time I was Off
Of My bed it Was Verry hot Wether
19 Went Over to the Old Man Lindseys 11/ M
20 I crossed the Gaudloope after a Severe Mobbing
21 having ben denide 3 times travled 25 M Stopted at Mr.
Blairs [?] Started before Breakfast trabled bout 3 Miles
2See page 538 above.
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