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1. 7월 1일 (음 5월 25일)

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1st. (二五). Wednesday. Fine.
 
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After an uneasy breakfast in an ill kept dining room, gladly left the parsonage and went to Rev. Moore's―Jim's Pa―house. He enjoys telling and hearing jokes. Stayed with him to dine. After dinner, called on, with Miss Mary Moore and Spencer, Misses Owells, Both of them very nice.
3
Was told that Meth. Ch. has more members than Presbyterian Ch. in Wythville; but that Presbyterian Ch. represents more intellect and wealth of the town than W.E. Ch.S.
4
Started home at 4 p.m. The horse became scared at a train and kicked hard. We would have been hurt, had we not come out of the gig before hand. Reached Rural R. at about 8.
 

2. 7월 2일 (음 5월 26일)

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2nd. (二十六). Thursday. Fine and warm.
 
2
By 2 p.m. train went to Marion. The pastor, Dr. Kenedy, met me at the depot. Found him an excellent Christian gentleman. His youngest of 6 daughters, Miss Mattie is a very sweet girl. Two of them are teachers in Martha Washington College.
3
Marion, a small place, has a prettier and larger church building than Wythville. At 8 p.m. spoke to good audience. Collection $8.25.
 

3. 7월 3일 (음 5월 27일)

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3rd. (二十七). Friday. Fine and lovely morning.
 
2
Kissed Miss Mattie's Bible!
3
After breakfast went up to the So. Lunatic Asylum on the hill. It is an extensive and well kept building. Visited some of the wards. An old woman patient held my hand, looked at me kindly for some time, then said "Why, you are quite a boy quite a bady". One girl would not see men saying that they wanted to kill her. The kitchen, dining room, amusement hall, laundry, and sleeping apartments were scrupulously clean. An institution of such character that tends to soften the hardship of misfortune and alleviate the sorrow and pain of the suffering, is a better monument to the civilization of America than the bronze statue of liberty.
4
Left Marion at 12:35; reached Abingdon at 12:50 p.m. Bro. Carden, the P.C., a most amiable man I have ever seen. Martha Washington Col. has a beautiful ground.
5
The audience was very small, owing to the July 4th celebration to be witnessed in Bristol. But they heard me with interest and gave me $9.35.
6
Received Dr. Baskerville's letter informing me of Mrs. Laura Baxter's gift of $20.00
 

4. 7월 4일 (음 5월 28일)

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4th. (二十八). Saturday. Fine.
 
2
Felt very bad. Visited Martha Washington and its president Dr. Barkus.
3
Took the noon train for Emory. Met Dr. Cunningham at Dr. Wiley's. Mrs. W., a most earnest Christian and missionary spirit, was sick in bed. Visited the buildings and campus of Emory and Henry. The climate and ground of the place are delightful. The literary societies have halls most handsomely fixed up. The Hermesian hall has more fineries than the Caliopean.
4
Bodily fatigue, it might be, and the quiet rural scenes, made me very sad and melancholy. Wrote to Mrs. Hoss and Walter S. Miss Fannie R. the sister of Mrs. Wiley showed me so much attention and kindness that she reminded me of my mother. Had a long talk with Mrs. Wliey.
 

5. 7월 5일 (음 5월 29일)

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5th. (二十九). Sunday. Delightful weather.
 
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Left Emory with Dr. Wiley in a buggy for Saltville at 8:30 a.m. Got there by 10:30. The way lay through well wooded mountains. The patches of cornfield here and there on the slopes of hills strongly reminded me of the mountain scenes of my own land.
3
Saltville is a small town of about 300 inhabitants. Has a high school. A large and nice-looking Sunday School. The finest singing I have ever heard in a country church. At the request of Dr. W., I gave a talk on the stepps and circumstances of conversion. Dr. W. when I got thro, dismissed the audience asking any so disposed to give me something to help my education. To my surprise they contributed $5.59. Was surprised at the genteelness of the audience.
4
The village has a delightfully cool climate and charming scenery. 600 kettles run every day to bring the salt water from the wells to be evaporated into from 15 to 20 thousand bu. salt per day. A bu. at 30¢.
5
After dinner came back to Emory quite sick and chilly. Left Emory for Glade Spring by 4 p.m. train. Bro. Naff was absent, but his wife gave me a welcome reception. Glade Spring with about 300 inhabitants has four churches! Addressed a full house the members of other churches being present also. Collection $8.85.
 

6. 7월 6일 (음 6월 1일)

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6th. (六月初一). Monday. Fine.
 
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Felt very tired and home sick-viz: desirous to go somewhere to be at my ease. Where should I go for this except to Rural Retreat? So away to Spencer's home I went by the morning train. Found Spencer badly bruised by being thrown down and dragged over grovels by that rascal of a horse which showed so much bad blood on our way home from Wythville.
 

7. 7월 7일 (음 6월 2일)

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7th. (初二). Tuesday. Fine and hot.
 
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Rested.
 

8. 7월 8일 (음 6월 3일)

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8th. (初三). Wednesday. Rained.
 
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I weighed 101 1b. being very wet.
3
Left Rural Retreat by 11 a.m. train for Morristown, Tenn. Rained all the way and hardest near and at Greenville. As soon as I got to Morristown, Rev. French, the brother-in-law of Dr. Hoss, took me to Dr. Prices'. Dr. P., a nervous, sulky and uninviting preacher, made me very ill at ease.
4
As might be expected from the condition of weather etc, a small crowd came out. Collected $3.29. Dr. P.'s son, I found him a nice, modest, and courteous young man. Stopped at Dr. P.s' house.
 

9. 7월 9일 (음 6월 4일)

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9th. (初四). Thursday. Fine and pleasant.
 
2
Early after breakfast called on Rev. French. His wife, the sister of Dr. Hoss, in appearance and manner, looked more like Mrs. H. than Dr. H. She gave me 50¢.
3
By 11 a.m. train went down to Mossy Creek. Dear Jordan met me at the depot. Was really delighted to see him. Went to the parsonage with him. The audience and collection much better than expected on account of Jordan's never-thought-of exertion on my behalf. $4.65.
 

10. 7월 10일 (음 6월 5일)

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10th. (初五). Friday. Very pleasant.
 
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Spent most of the day in visiting the town and gathering blackberries. Jordan's kid gloves provoked my laughter and criticism. Mossy Creek is a rapidly growing town.
 

11. 7월 11일 (음 6월 6일)

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11th. (初六). Saturday. Fine pleasant day.
 
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After breakfast, gladly left Mossy Creek or rather the miserable boarding house with its strange landlady; and went to New Market with Jordan, he being the P.C. of both Mossy Cr. and New M. Went directly from depot to Mr. R. Manley's house. Here I was amused to see Jordan with his kid gloves and others fineries on, introducing himself to Mrs. Manley thus: "Is this Mrs. Manley? I am Reverend Mr. Jordan, your pastor."
3
Mr. R. Manley, a very sensible farmer, is said to be the richest in the community. His house, according to him, is the oldest in East Tenn., the nails being hand made before the invention of the nail machine. He put the age of the building at 150 years at least.
4
Read with great interest, Dr. Fitzgerald's Cal. Sketch. Later in the evening went out to the field, and picked some blackberries for Mrs. Manley.
 

12. 7월 12일 (음 6월 7일)

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12th. (初七). Sunday. Very fine.
 
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After the morning family worship, Mr. Manley in conversation showed a great deal of hard, common sense directed by righteous motives, maintained by firm will, cultivated by diligent work, used for honest ends. He lamented that the majority of the people among the mountains did not know what refinement is. "By refinement." he said, "I mean doing what is right". A never-before-heard-of but a glorious definition of refinement!
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