Jervis McEntee Diaries: March 31, 1878

Gifford & wife, Gertrude and I went out to Nestledown and spent a charming day with the Wheelers. Wheeler very discontented. Nothing to do and consequently unhappy. We renewed old associations and came home feeling we had had a happy day. Spent the evening at Roods. Calvert and Mr Froebel there. On our way home found a woman lying on the sidewalk in Tenth St. in the rain dead drunk. Called a policeman who took her in charge.

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