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[Diary entry: 27 November 1799]

27. Morning clear—Wind Southerly and Mer. at 30. Wind, and appearances of Clouds afterwards, variable. Mer. 34 at Night. Doctr. Craik who was sent for to Mrs. Lewis (& who was delivered of a daughter abt. [ ] oclock in the forenoon) came to Breakfast & stayed [to] dinner. Mr. Dublois dined here, and both went away afterwards.

Eleanor Parke (Nelly) Custis Lewis’s daughter was named Frances Parke Lewis (d. 1875). dublois: probably Lewis Deblois.

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